PMA's Charmain Lewis joins Queens as Associate Director of Digital Engagement

October 2021

PMA's Charmain Lewis has joined Queens University of Charlotte as the Associate Director of Digital Engagement, beginning October 25, 2021. 

"Charmain will be a fantastic addition to the Queens' Advancement team, as she brings both marketing and communications talent as well as a genuine enthusiasm for the university as a proud alumna" noted PMA President Patton McDowell. "We will miss her, but have truly benefited from her talents as she's helped the firm work with now almost 250 nonprofit organizations."

Charmain joined PMA in September of 2020 after relocating to Charlotte with her family. With over 20 years in both Communications and Education, she has extensive experience in leadership, building relationships, and company collaboration. After serving thirteen years as an educator, Charmain spent several years writing business profile articles for MBE Magazine and Diversity Professional Magazine and eventually began consulting with clients on communication needs across multiple industries. She developed objectives and strategies where she was able to formulate and execute a communications plan, bringing the client's vision to life. She has also played a key role in planning and coordinating events including an inaugural conference for a non-profit organization in the medical field. Charmain is a graduate of Queens University of Charlotte with a bachelor's degree in Communications. The PMA team would like to thank Charmain for her dedication to the firm, its nonprofit clients and the philanthropic community in general.  

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