Susan Staeger promoted to Director of Marketing and Public Relations at Cape Regional Health System | Middle Canton

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CAPE MAY COURTHOUSE – The Cape Regional Health System has announced the promotion of Susan Staeger to Director of Marketing and Public Relations. In his new role, Staeger will be responsible for the strategy and execution of all marketing and public relations activities throughout the healthcare system. She manages all aspects of digital marketing and social media, online presence including website development, public relations communications, media management and internal messaging development and distribution.

“Sue has been with the Cape Regional team for over 30 years and, since 2005, has served as the Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator,” said Joanne Carrocino, President and CEO, Cape Regional Health System . “Sue’s marketing knowledge, skills and expertise have advanced the healthcare system’s presence in all aspects of digital, social, radio and print marketing and communications. On behalf of the entire Cape Town regional team, I would like to congratulate Sue on this well-deserved promotion.

After spending her childhood in Valley Forge, Pa., Staeger moved to Ocean City, where she attended and graduated from Ocean City High School. She attended the Taylor Business Institute where she graduated with honors. She is a Certified Google Ads Display Specialist and is currently pursuing certification as a Google Ads Search Specialist.

Staeger and her husband Jeff have lived at Cape May Court House for 28 years. They have two grown children and three grandchildren. Sue is active in her local church, Christ Fellowship, as well as Aglow International – a worldwide ministry for women – where she serves on the Northeastern New Jersey region council as vice president of leadership development. Her favorite pastime is spending time with her growing family.

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