WASHINGTON DC: Chase Communications Expands Washington, DC and San Francisco Offices

Chase Communications, a public relations and marketing communications firm co-headquartered in San Francisco and Washington, D.C, today announced the hiring of former Colon Cancer Alliance special events marketing coordinator Gabrielle Nadel and former deputy campaign manager for San Franciscans For Real Housing Solutions Daniel Baldocchi.
Nadel, based in D.C. is the firm’s new account manager and digital strategist, and Baldocchi, who joined the firm’s San Francisco office, serves as account coordinator.
“Gabrielle Nadel and Daniel Baldocchi each bring seasoned skill sets to the firm with their talents across divergent areas,” said Julie Chase, president and CEO of Chase Communications. “Gabrielle brings a rich, cross-sector background in healthcare, advocacy and corporate communications while Daniel comes to Chase having honed media and social marketing skills, strategy and solid relationships from San Francisco’s vibrant political scene. In working together on multiple accounts, with east and west vantage points, they have already proven to be significant assets.”
Gabrielle Nadel manages several Chase accounts in both D.C. and San Francisco. She brings an expertise in maintaining and leveraging partnerships, and creating cross-channel public relations strategies.

Prior to joining Chase, Gabrielle cultivated her skills in PR and communications in both the public and private sectors, most recently serving as the special events marketing coordinator for the Colon Cancer Alliance. In this role, Gabrielle managed the media, marketing and promotion for the organization’s fundraising and awareness events, including their nation-wide 5k series.

A proud native of the D.C. suburbs, Gabrielle returned to the area after graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.
Danny Baldocchi manages Chase accounts from the San Francisco office, crafting and implementing both traditional and social media campaigns as a strong liaison between Chase and Bay Area clients.

Prior to joining Chase, Danny managed social media strategies, event planning, fieldwork and staffing for a number of Bay Area campaigns, including the “No on I” campaign, and Libby Schaaf for Oakland Mayor.

Danny graduated with a degree in Politics, and a minor in English from Oberlin College. He spent the majority of 2016 playing 3rd base in Germany for the Seahawks of Kiel in the 2nd Bundesliga baseball league.