Congrats, Debbie! Way to Go!

Potrait of Debbie Blevins

In her new junior account manager role, Debbie supports our account service team and handles projects ranging from packaging design to print and digital ad campaigns, sales collateral, email campaigns, tradeshows, PR, photo and video shoots, web development and more.

She has worked on clients including Braga Fresh Foods, Sakata Seed America, Smith Family Wines and other food and agriculture brands.

When she joined Moxxy in February 2016, Debbie was a recent graduate of California State University, Stanislaus. Ambitious and career-focused, Debbie earned dual degrees: a bachelor of fine arts in graphic design, and a bachelor of science in business administration, marketing, achieving summa cum laude distinction for both. She also received the Dean’s Award of Excellence for Outstanding Student Achiever in Marketing and was accepted into the Phi Kappa Phi and Beta Gamma Sigma honor societies.

“Debbie is a super star,” said Karen Nardozza, principal of Moxxy. “She holds herself, and all of us at Moxxy, to the highest standards, which results in exceptional work for our clients. She is a trusted and valued colleague to her coworkers and her clients, and this promotion is well deserved. Plus, she is a joy to be around—her skills and enthusiasm for all she does are only eclipsed by her demeanor and smile. We are proud to have Debbie on our team.”

Debbie joined us with prior experience as a freelance graphic designer. She had also worked in graphic design and social media for the Downtown Turlock Property Association and the CSU Stanislaus Police Department.

She has long been active in community service, volunteering from a young age for the “Little Hands for Agriculture” exhibit at the Merced County Spring Fair, then for the Merced County 4-H Science and Adventure Camp, and as an assistant music teacher. In college, she volunteered for the Sociology Club Christmas in a Shoebox program, and served as vice president of outreach for the CSU Stanislaus Faculty Mentor Program. She also designed and sold jewelry under her business, Mermaid Accessories, and tutored K-12 students in math, language arts, Spanish and science.

Debbie lives in Los Banos. When she isn’t working, or driving insanely long distances to get to and from work in Salinas every day, Debbie enjoys art and culture, and makes trips to San Francisco with friends as often as possible. She also enjoys travel, and is currently planning her honeymoon. She will marry her longtime sweetheart, David Cintora in June.