Infinity Marketing Team Members Empower Change Through Board Appointments 

Greenville, S.C. – Infinity Marketing (“Infinity”), a partnership and results-oriented integrated marketing agency established in 1993, is proud to announce that three team members are now serving on boards across the state.

Cassie Thompson, Senior Director of People and Culture, has been appointed as Professional Development Director of the Greenville Society for Human Resource Management (GSHRM). With a passion for cultivating talent and fostering growth, she is ready to elevate industry standards and nurture a culture of excellence.

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Meghan Foreman Dimas, Director of Analytics and Insights, has joined the Carolinas Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing Society (CHPRMS) Board of Directors. With a strategic mind and a drive for excellence, she is set to revolutionize healthcare communications and shape the future of marketing in healthcare.

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Gina O’Donnell, Social Team Manager, has joined the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance (CSPA) Board. With a heart dedicated to advocacy and empowerment, O’Donnell will champion cancer awareness and community engagement through supporting education programs and special events on the local and national levels.

“We are excited that Cassie, Meghan, and Gina all have the opportunity to be involved in both our local community and overall industry,” said Bo Rogers, President. “I’m confident that their commitment and enthusiasm will significantly impact these boards as they bring valuable expertise, insights, and knowledge to the table.”

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Founded in 1993, Infinity Marketing is an award-winning integrated marketing agency in Greenville, S.C., offering a spectrum of services that can be blended in customized ways to help our partners achieve their goals.

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