Chea Waters Evans, News Editor
Change often comes with a new year. The Charlotte News will start 2021 with a new ad manager, Christy Hagios, who has lived in Charlotte for two decades and has family roots that go back much farther. Her grandmother used to work at the post office, and Christy lives in the house in which her father grew up.
She’s fun to talk to, focused on making sure ads make their maximum impact, and is bursting with creative ideas and is generally a barreling train of enthusiasm as both a person and an ad manager. We’re happy and excited to have her as part of the team.
“I’m excited to take on the role of ad manager for The Charlotte News,” Christy said. “I’ve lived in Charlotte for 20 years now, and already know so many people that contribute to the paper, and I’m looking forward to meeting so many more. I’ve always looked forward to receiving The Charlotte News every other Thursday, and I can’t wait to be a part of it.”
We are sorry to see our beloved Elizabeth Langfeldt go, but she’s sticking around a little while to ease Christy into her role. She will continue to be a resource to make the transition and our customer service to advertisers as smooth and easy as possible.
Christy can be reached by email.