Email: jjd@saxtonstump.com
Phone: (717) 556-1057

Joseph J. Day

Marketing Coordinator

Joseph J. Day brings significant marketing and communications experience to Saxton & Stump and its strategic partner, SE Healthcare. As a Marketing Coordinator, he assists the marketing department in building relationships with current and prospective clients. He works on marketing plans, website management, copywriting and editing, project management, graphic design, SEO, social media, and market research.

Joseph is a graduate of Temple University where he received a B.A., cum laude, in Communication Studies with a minor in General Business. During his time at Temple, Joseph gained extensive experience as a Marketing & Development Intern for the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, an organization that works on behalf of Philadelphia lawyers to expand access to justice for all, particularly people struggling with poverty, abuse, and discrimination. He also served as a Marketing/PR Intern for Breslow Partners, a full-service public relations agency, where he assisted with account management to generate brand awareness and increase sales through a broad range of marketing channels.

Joseph was a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society and volunteered for HootaThon, Temple University’s Miracle Network Dance Marathon, which raises money and awareness for the Child Life Department at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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