Womble promoted to T-G ad director
Diandra Womble has been named advertising director of the Shelbyville Times-Gazette and the Marshall County Tribune, announced Shelia Rouse, a regional publisher and advertising team leader for Rust Communications.
"Diandra has been an integral part of the Times-Gazette, as well as the community, for several years," said Rouse, "and we are very excited to now have her on our management team. She has shown outstanding customer service skills as well as leadership abilities."
Womble joined the Times-Gazette in 2014 as an advertising assistant and was later promoted to an advertising executive position. She is a Shelbyville native, a 2008 graduate of Shelbyville Central High School and a 2012 graduate of Cumberland University in Lebanon, where she majored in sports medicine and athletic training. She was an avid soccer player, winning a state championship with her Nashville-based travel team, and enjoys traveling, shopping and spending time with family, friends and "fur child," Neylynne.
"I am very excited to have been given the opportunity to assume the responsibility of advertising director," said Womble. "I look forward to broadening my career all while continuing to meet the advertising and marketing needs of my clients and those within the community. Together as a team I look forward to the growth that is to come."
Womble and the rest of the display advertising staff can be reached at the Times-Gazette, 931-684-1200.