Fridrich & Clark Realty announced that Sarah Crowe has become a Realtor in the firm’s Bedford office, according to Steve Fridrich, broker and managing partner.

Crowe graduated from New York University and started her career in obstetrics. After returning home to Nashville, she joined the existing real estate team and earned her real estate license.

“We are pleased to see Sarah’s growth as a real estate professional,” Fridrich said, “and are pleased to add her experience and perspective to Fridrich & Clark Realty. This expands our approach to real estate sales and benefits all of our clients.”

Crowe is a member of the National Association of Realtors, Tennessee Association of Realtors and Greater Nashville Realtors.



MP&F Strategic Communications announced it has hired Hannah Purdy as an assistant account executive and Patricia Grod, Macy Krauthamer, Brianna Puccia, Madison Scott and Remy Spicer as the firm’s newest staff associates.

“Our talented junior staff makes it possible for us to provide big ideas and excellent service to our clients,” said Katy Varney, partner at MP&F. “We’re proud these talented young professionals have chosen to join our team and look forward to supporting them as they grow and develop their skillsets.”

Hannah Purdy is originally from East Tennessee and has spent the last three years with the City of Kingsport’s Public Information and Communications Department. Prior to this, she earned her degree in media and communication with a concentration in journalism from East Tennessee State University. She has previously written for the East Tennessean and the Bristol Herald-Courier.

Patricia Grod, a Chicago native, graduated with bachelor’s degrees in communication and French from Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill. While in school, she gained industry experience as an intern with her university, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and The Vox Agency, a PR and branding firm based in Las Vegas, Nev.

Native Californian Macy Krauthamer earned a degree in public relations from The University of Alabama. She served as editorial director for Platform Magazine, the communications college’s student-run publication, and participated in PRSSA’s 2021 Bateman Case Study Competition during the course of her studies.

Brianna Puccia is a graduate of Assumption College in her home state of Massachusetts. While earning her bachelor’s degree in marketing, she worked as a social media and marketing intern for Clarke Distribution and for her hometown Italian restaurant Corfinio Italian Wood Fired Kitchen. Through these roles, she assisted with marketing for the Fall/Winter 2019 edition of New England Living magazine.

Madison Scott hails from Edmond, Okla., and recently graduated summa cum laude from Harding University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations. She also served as editor-in-chief of The Bison, Harding’s student newspaper, where she led the production of weekly online and print publications. Her staff earned over 30 national and statewide awards under her leadership.

Remy Spicer, a transplant from South Florida, graduated cum laude from the University of Florida this spring. While earning her degree in public relations, she also gained industry experience through internships in the politics, education and commercial retail spheres. She most recently spent time as a digital content intern for The Moore Agency.

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