Erica Thaler appointed Marketing Director of RB Oppenheim

Tallahassee public relations and digital marketing firm RB Oppenheim Associates has improved its communications capabilities with the recent arrival of Erica Thaler as chief marketing officer.

Thaler will serve state associations, private companies and non-profit organizations in various fields such as technology, health services, disability awareness, services for the elderly, municipal redevelopment, real estate marketing, etc Her skills include business and nonprofit marketing, advocacy and education campaigns, graphic design, social media, newsletter content and creation, website integrations, public speaking. public and presentations, fundraising and business development.

Prior to joining RB Oppenheim Associates, Thaler spent the past 13 years as Director of Communications and Marketing at the Council for Culture and the Arts (COCA), the area’s local arts agency.

Her 25-year career also includes prior stints as head of corporate development and underwriting at WFSU Public Media, executive director of the Tallahassee Symphony Youth Orchestras, director of integrated marketing at Clear Channel Communications, and various roles in sales. and management for broadcast and print media in Tallahassee and San Diego.

A classical music enthusiast, Thaler is also the managing director of Music for Food Tallahassee and previously served as chairman of the board of the Tallahassee Bach Parley.

She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a business and administration focus from UCLA.

“We are thrilled and proud to have Erica join our team at RB Oppenheim Associates and Digital Opps,” said Rick Oppenheim, President and CEO of the company. “She is a proven community leader and expert communicator who possesses that rare blend of exceptional ability and skill, decades of experience, integrity, heart and a very good ear.”

RB Oppenheim Associates is Tallahassee’s oldest public relations, advertising and digital marketing firm, founded in 1985 by Oppenheim and celebrating its 37th anniversary in August. For more information, visit

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