Meet the Patch's New North Bay Advertising Managers

Patch's North Bay sites just landed a trio of new advertising managers. Here's the 411 on each of them.

Gail Rorick, Kathryn Callagy and Alex Horvath are the new advertising managers for our Patch sites in the North Bay.

They're new to Patch but not to the area. 

Here's a little bit about each of them.

Gail Rorick 707-328-6952
Gail has lived in Petaluma for five years. She grew up in Santa Rosa and is a violinist and bass player who had her own band. Gail also has 13 years of experience helping local businesses with advertising. At Patch, she works with businesses in Sonoma, Petaluma, Napa and Suisun City-Fairfield.

Kathryn Callagy 415-404-5388
Born in the Bay Area and currently living in Tiburon, Kathryn has been married to her high school sweetheart for the past 24 years. She helps businesses in Mill Valley, Larkspur, Corte Madera, San Anselmo, Fairfax, South San Francisco, Pacifica and Half Moon Bay with their local community advertising needs.

Alex Horvath 415-279-7633 
Alex is a Web and Interactive Media Specialist who got his start working for weekly newspapers in Marin County, doing everything from writing to advertising sales to paste-up and distribution. Working for Patch, Alex focuses on helping businesses in San Rafael, Novato, Rohnert Park and Healdsburg. Alex was raised in the bucolic town of Bolinas in West Marin. He and wife Robin live in Rohnert Park with their menagerie of (mostly) Maine Coon cats.

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