The agency landscape has changed rapidly with more integrated services being added into the mix each year. This has resulted in new and diverse talent merging into traditional agency models.

At 5th and Pine, we’ve navigated this transition ourselves during our agency tenure and understand the unique challenges it brings to talent development and nurturing.

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Develop high performers for growth and retention

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Teach client consultancy skills

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Senior Communications Specialist, Deloitte

“Colby is an extremely caring person which she channels in helping people around her grow. I had the pleasure of working with her and she was instrumental in helping me become the Public Relations Professional I am today. She leveraged her strategic mindset in the development of all people within our firm – as she recognized that every individual makes a difference in a company’s ecosystem. I sought out her advice long after she left our firm and she’s become my mentor – something she truly has a gift for. If you are fortunate enough to work with her in the future, take her advice and trust her strategy… you’ll be glad you did!

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Account Manager, Lewis PR

“Despite receiving recognition of my work and abilities, something was hindering me from progressing in my career, but I wasn’t sure what it was! Colby worked with me to examine my situation, and created a tailored 3-month development plan that spoke to my strengths, weaknesses and personal ambitions. She also gave me hands-on guidance and feedback throughout and adjusted the plan based on my progress. Thanks to her, I was soon promoted to account manager and have now become a confident and professional leader with the ability to handle clients and teams independently.”

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