Small Giants expands with Public Relations Specialist

Small Giants has hired David McGlothlin as public relations specialist to work with clients on messaging for public relations and marketing projects.

 

“David brings a great blend of passion for the commercial construction and real estate industry, and an understanding how to communicate about the people and their projects to fully serve our clients. We are excited to add him to our public relations team as it grows,” said Danielle Feroleto, founder and president of Small Giants.

 

Having previously worked as editor of Arizona Commercial Real Estate magazine for AZ Big Media, David brings a well-chronicled editorial and creative perspective to the team and clients. As the editor at AZRE, David worked actively with leaders throughout the commercial real estate industry including development, brokerage, construction, investment, finance, architecture, property management and real estate law. He also worked with industry organizations such as NAIOP, ULI, ICSC, AAED, Valley Partnership and Arizona Builders Alliance.

 

“Not many people can say their mom was a heavy equipment operator who helped build some of the Valley’s prominent masterplans and roads in the Valley. I’ve been around the CRE and A/E/C industries from an early age, so I am excited to continue my career in this industry with my position at Small Giants,” stated McGlothlin.

 

David has been published in a variety of Arizona publications, including the Arizona Daily Wildcat, Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Weekly, Tucson Sentinel, Havasu News, Arizona Sonora News Service, AZBEX, Arizona Commercial Real Estate, People & Projects to Know in Commercial Real Estate, Arizona Business, Mesa Independent, The Cursor and Today’s News-Herald.

 

David has organized, hosted and emceed AZ Big Media’s Real Estate & Development (RED) Awards and Annual AZRE Forum, highlighting the top people, projects and trends across the CRE industry. He has also presented tips on media pitches to various groups and industry trade associations across the Valley.