Emily Sarecky

Engagement Strategy Director

Emily is a veteran when it comes to social media marketing, with a BA in Advertising and Public Relations from the University of Tampa and 10 years of experience in social media marketing. She can still remember the day, a long, long time ago, when there was no such thing as a Facebook Timeline and Snapping was just something your fingers did when you heard a good tune. One of her favorite things about working in social media is that it’s always changing and there’s always something new to learn or test!

In addition to strategizing and managing social media campaigns, she also manages outreach/guerilla campaigns, event planning, blogging, social advertising, influencer marketing—we could keep going but really, anything that means taking a brand and “giving it legs”. At times, the hat rack can get pretty big over there in the Engagement Department, but they dig it.

When Emily isn’t buried in Instagram feeds, you might find her sitting outside with a glass of wine (preferably on a crisp, fall afternoon) or on the couch, under all the blankets, rewatching “The Office” for the 176th time. (Shades of Erin Kenney!)

Emily’s goal in life is to go viral. She got close once when her grandma did the running man challenge and… Feel free to ask her about it.

Emily's Blogs

Lease Inspired Every Day
November 28, 2018

Eliot on 4th launched their “Live Inspired Everyday” campaign to attract renters looking to live at DC’s Southwest Waterfront. Leasing …read more

The Remy Wins Award for Fastest Lease-Up in Maryland
October 29, 2018

Shout out to Berman Enterprises and LIVEbe Communities for winning Best Lease-up Pace for a Suburban Maryland Apartment Community for …read more

MTC + Gilly’s Work Together on First Annual CeleBREW
November 29, 2017

Every year, towards the end of summer, Gilly’s Craft Beer & Wine in Rockville, MD, hosts a fundraiser for the Foundation …read more

Best Practices for Facebook Boosted Posts
July 21, 2017

But if you’re managing any Facebook pages you probably already know that. Way back when (and I mean 2013), when …read more