· Director of Social Media Strategy for Hubbard Interactive’s 2060 Digital for over 3.5 years ·B.A. degree in Marketing from Ohio University ·Over eight years of digital and traditional marketing experience ·Has experience with local, regional and national B2B and B2C brands. ·Experience includes social media marketing, website management, internet advertising, email marketing, project management and event planning.
·Julie’s passion for social media is fueled by the public’s reaction. “Sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s great and sometimes it’s not what you expect,” she says. “Whatever it is, there is always something to learn.”
Bridget Sullivan ’14
Social Media Coordinator for Hubbard Interactive’s 2060 Digital since June 2014 · B.A. in Strategic Communications from Miami University · Experience with: researching and implementing creative solutions to enhance clients’ brand voice and online presence. · Has analyzed clients’ page growth on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Google Analytics and Woobox. · Has developed and implemented ideas for client contesting, application development and page graphics. · Bridget is always in search of ways to have a better conversation, and to her, digital marketing strategies enable people to tell creative, interactive stories
Melissa Currence, APR, is the interactive media manager at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, focusing on social media, email marketing and website development . She previously worked as the public relations specialist at Talbert House, a social service agency. She serves on the boards of Cincinnatus Association, League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area and Cincinnati Public Relations Society of America. Currence has a bachelor’s from Xavier University and a master’s of journalism and communications from The Ohio State University.
Erica is a senior vice president and group head of Edelman’s Public Affairs practice in Washington, D.C., working with clients across a variety of industries, including health care, aerospace and finance, to protect reputations and advance business objectives through communications. Erica’s client work has ranged from partnering with GE to shape their reputation in the aviation industry as an innovative, advanced technology company, to managing a global campaign for the United Arab Emirates to secure the headquarters of a newly formed international agency on renewable energy. Erica is based in Cincinnati and is a graduate of Ohio University.
As a Cincinnati-based member of Edelman's National Health Media team, Dan creates and implements media outreach strategies involving clinical, regulatory and commercial milestones, consumer and healthcare professional programs, and medical meetings for a broad range of pharmaceutical and biotech companies, device and technology manufacturers, advocacy organizations and providers. Before joining Edelman, Dan spent nearly a decade as an award-winning media strategist at UCLA Medical Center and the David Geffen School of Medicine, and at the UCLA Office of Media Relations. Dan’s special knack for identifying marketable stories, anticipating media response to news and events, and matching client goals with media interests springs from nearly 15 years as an editor and reporter at daily newspapers in Los Angeles and Missouri.
Joe Raiola is the Senior Editor of MAD Magazine and performs a comedy show called Joys of Censorship. He began his professional comedy writing career in 1984 working with National Lampoon writers, including Tony Hendra and Sean Kelly. With them and others he worked on a series of popular magazine spoofs including Cosmoparody and Like A Rolling Stone.
He's had an extensive performing career since 1979 and started The Joy of Censorship tour in the early 1990s. The Joys of Censorship is Raiola's comic take on controversial First Amendment issues. He's performed the show at colleges, regional theaters, libraries, and professional conferences. He continues to tour with it today.
Raiola is also the Artistic Director of Theatre Within, a non-profit whose mission is to further the performing arts as a positive social fare. Additionally, he is the Executive Producer and Creator of Theatre Within's Annual Lennon Tribute.
Gretchen Morgenson is assistant business and financial editor and a columnist at the New York Times. She has covered the world financial markets for the Times since May 1998 and won the Pulitzer Prize in 2002 for her “trenchant and incisive” coverage of Wall Street.
Ms. Morgenson began her career in 1976 upon graduation from Saint Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. She joined Vogue Magazine as an editorial assistant and began writing the personal finance column for the magazine several years later.
In 1981 she became a stockbroker, a job she held for three years. Ms. Morgenson joined Money Magazine as a staff writer in 1984 and moved to Forbes in 1986. In September 1995 she became national press secretary to Steve Forbes when he ran for President of the United States. When Mr. Forbes withdrew from the race after seven months , she returned to writing and editing at Forbes. She was named assistant managing editor at the magazine in September 1997. Eight months later, she joined the Times.
Ms. Morgenson is co-author, with Joshua Rosner, of “Reckless Endangerment,” a New York Times bestseller about the origins of the 2008 financial crisis published in May 2011 by Times Books.
Ms. Morgenson has won two Gerald Loeb Awards, one in 2009 for her coverage of Wall Street and another in 2002 for excellence in financial commentary. Ms. Morgenson has also served on two Pulitzer Prize juries, evaluating investigative reporting entries in 2009 and 2010.
Ms. Morgenson lives in New York City with her husband and son.
Robin Schell, APR, Fellow PRSA is senior counsel and partner for Jackson Jackson & Wagner, a behavioral public relations and management consulting firm serving a national base of clients. Robin’s specialties include employee communications, issue anticipation and crisis communication programs, community relationship-building, behavioral research & strategic planning. The firm’s clients range from nonprofit organizations to Fortune 100 companies to government entities.
Robin is an accredited member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and has served in many capacities for that organization, including past president of the Yankee Chapter of PRSA, Environmental Section Chair, National Membership Co-Chair and Assembly Delegate. She is currently a co-chair for the Educational Initiatives Committee of the College of Fellows. She has presented at the national conferences of PRSA, the New England Society of Healthcare Communicators (NESHCO), NSPRA (National School Public Relations Association), the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA). She has served as an adjunct professor at the University of New Hampshire and the University of South Carolina and is a contributing editor to the book, “Public Relations Practices: Managerial Case Studies & Problems: 8th Edition” by Allen Center, Patrick Jackson, Stacey Smith and Frank Stansberry.
Robin is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire and is an active member of the Alumni Association. Her volunteer activities include work for the Main Street Congregational Church, Camp Sunshine, Amesbury youth sports and the Readers are Leaders program through the Amesbury Rotary. She lives in Amesbury, MA with her husband Todd and teenage children Tucker and Amanda
Dave Motts is Vice President of Marketing and Sponsorship at the Pro Football Hall of Fame located in Cleveland, Ohio and has been a loyal employee for 40 years. Effectively managing all revenue-generating efforts, Dave is responsible for overseeing sales and marketing efforts, including sponsorship sales, travel and tourism marketing, private event sales, advertising, promotion, and the special events calendar,
Dave also serves on the Marketing Committee of Pro Football Hall of Fame Enterprises Inc. and has coordinated the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Super Bowl Luncheon since its inception at Super Bowl XL in Detroit.
Over the years, Dave has held leadership and advisory positions in numerous organizations including the Ohio High School Athletic Association State Football Championships, was two-term board chairman of the Canton Stark County Convention/Visitors Bureau and was vice chairman of the host committee for the inaugural Junior World Championships of American Football in 2009. Actively involved in his community, Dave is a part of the Downtown Canton Eric Snow YMCA and is a member of the Marketing Leadership Roundtable of Northeast Ohio.
A ’72 graduate of Miami University’s Business School, Dave resides in Canton and is married with two children.
Emily K. Ashburn
A bundle of enthusiasm, Emily could be the poster-woman for career satisfaction and community involvement. As an advertising executive turned business development professional, her formula for success is strategic and contagious. She has led communication strategies and championed rapid growth of companies for nearly ten years. The combination of working on both the agency and the client sides has groomed her to make things happen. This translates into being both the visionary and the doer; she is an implementer of good ideas.
Emily is currently the Director of Business Development for Paladin, Inc., a choice engineering firm focused on mechanical and electrical design, building operations and commissioning. An involved member of her industry, Emily serves on the board of directors for the Kentucky Society of Marketing Professional Services and is active on the advocacy and membership committees for the Kentucky U.S. Green Building Council. Emily also serves on the executive council of her church’s parish council and is a member of the Junior League of Lexington.
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