GDC Welcomes Liz Murtagh-Huerta

With experience in client relations and media as well as graphic design and digital strategy, Liz Murtagh-Huerta brings her well-rounded knowledge and expertise to serve her clients and GDC co-workers.

Liz started her journey in marketing as a student at Texas State University. There, she earned the William Randolph Hearst Foundation scholarship and worked as the social media specialist for the University Star and as a social media manager for Texas State’s Department of Housing and Residential Life where oversaw 23 student life accounts. While studying at Texas State, she worked part-time as a social media manager at Center Point Station in San Marcos, Texas and as a creative intern at 97 Degrees West, a brand development agency in Austin, Texas.

Upon receiving her bachelor’s degree in advertising and mass communication, she joined Tribu, a marketing and web design agency in San Antonio, Texas as a junior strategist. While at Tribu, she strategically developed and designed the Amazon store for the luxury laptop brand Aeon Gold. She also developed strategies for Devil’s River Whiskey, St. Paul’s Square in San Antonio and assisted with other projects for the City of San Antonio.

In August 2020, she moved on to become a project manager and digital ad manager at Media Digital Source, also in San Antonio, Texas. Her dedication, hard work and on-point strategy soon saw her promoted to the marketing director of project management, website development and CRM.

In 2022, Liz accepted a position as a senior account executive with GDC. Since arriving at GDC, she has become involved with multiple brands, including the Texas Secretary of State’s Voter Education campaign, CPS Energy and Whataburger. Her strategic thinking and experience in the industry’s creative and account side make her a solid asset to our GDC clients and GDC team.

When she’s not developing strategic solutions for our clients, Liz enjoys spending time with her dog, Stevie Nicks. She currently lives with her dog in her hometown of San Antonio.