Rachel Ammon joined the team as Director of Marketing and Communications in August 2017. In this role, Rachel oversees all marketing and communications initiatives for King of Prussia District, including event planning, advertising, website development and maintenance, social media, marketing collateral, and database management.
Prior to joining King of Prussia District, Rachel served as the Communications Director for Main Line Art Center, a nonprofit visual art center and gallery in Haverford. During her 9+ year tenure, Rachel managed two website redesign projects, launched the Center’s social media presence, cultivated relationships with members of the media resulting in over 200 news articles, and managed all of the Center’s marketing and communications efforts. As Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator for The Renfrew Center, the nation’s largest eating disorder treatment facility, based in Philadelphia, Rachel managed all incoming press inquiries from 2003-2008. Here she coordinated interviews with clinicians and past patients, and secured coverage in top-tier national print and broadcast outlets including TIME, USA Today, CNN, The Today Show, 20/20 and The New York Times, as well as local outlets in 9 markets.
Rachel received her BA in Communications/Journalism with an emphasis in public relations from Shippensburg University.
A former resident of King of Prussia, Rachel now lives in Springfield, Delaware County with her husband and two sons.