(Atlanta, GA - September 20, 2022) Following a year-long partnership, Lucie Content is proud to announce Aaron Diamant has joined its leadership team as Senior Vice President of Content and Development. In this expanded role, Aaron will provide leadership, direction and coordination of Lucie Content’s strategic growth initiatives, develop and maintain key client and community relationships, and oversee management of critical client accounts within Lucie’s diverse portfolio.
Aaron will also work closely with Lucie Content’s dynamic in-house creative team to ensure all Lucie clients continue to receive the highest level of service, quality, efficiency and responsiveness they expect. His responsibilities will continue to include driving collaborative custom content development and distribution strategies.
“Many of us on this team have known and worked with Aaron for years, and we are confident his experience and expertise will have an immediate impact,” said Lucie Content CEO Craig Lucie. “Not only is Aaron one of the best investigative journalists, he has already developed strategic communications and content plans for our partners that are simply incredible. We’re lucky to have someone with Aaron’s background and can’t wait to see what he does next!”
Prior to joining Lucie Content, Aaron worked for more than two decades as an award-winning investigative journalist in several of the nation’s highest performing television newsrooms, including the venerable WSB-TV in Atlanta, Georgia. Most recently, Aaron served as Vice Chancellor of Communications for the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
“I’m sincerely honored and deeply grateful for the opportunity to continue working with this immensely talented, growing team of storytellers,” Diamant said. “Our clients’ most valuable asset is their own credibility. We’re committed to leveraging their strengths to develop narratives that drive strategic outcomes for our clients, establish them as credible sources, and empower them to ‘Create Your News.’”
In his career, Aaron has received numerous awards for reporting and writing including the Freedom of Information Award from the Georgia Associated Press Media Editors, the Atlanta Press Club’s prestigious Award of Excellence for TV Reporting, and a total of nine Emmy Awards.
Aaron holds a Master’s Degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Missouri and a Bachelor’s Degree in archaeology and international studies from Washington University in St. Louis.