We’re a mix of Madison Avenue veterans and young marketing pros who collaborate in an environment that encourages audacious thinking. One where passionate, creative types and control freaks come together with a single-minded purpose. We love what we do – here’s who’s who.
Rick, who directs all facets of the creative process – and still believes a good idea should start on a napkin – demands that his team hammer out a concept first, to avoid the trap of letting execution drive strategy.
Known for her boundless energy and relentless pursuit of perfection… To Eva, the client relationship is paramount and her inability to be 100% satisfied, contagious (well, almost).
Sandra believes that the world revolves around relationships and she strives to create them with clients, vendors and associates.
Our boxing, Jaws-quoting Managing Director Lisa loves nothing more than punching out an unstoppable brand strategy or never-before-seen marketing strategy for clients big and small.
For Carolyn, the client comes first. She takes pride in developing long-lasting client relationships and working hard to guarantee accounts run smoothly.
Jennifer lets her creativity run free when it comes to the latest strategy for her clients’ campaigns as well as in the kitchen, where she whips up delectable eats after hours.
Sallianne brings more than 18 years of experience to her role at Austin & Williams, where she directs all aspects of our on-premise lettershop.
When she’s not writing songs or quoting an episode of I Love Lucy (her favorite show) to her identical twin sister, Sheira keeps a watchful eye on whatever’s trending in the world of marketing.
A self-proclaimed “ultimate consumer,” Jessica uses her penchant for advertising and team spirit to her clients’ advantage, keeping projects on message and delivered on time.
When associate account executive Madelyn isn’t making her signature Alfredo sauce or trying the latest hotspot in Manhattan, she’s keeping clients and their campaigns on the right track.
Chad is an entrepreneurial spirit. He knows that nothing in life is a “slam dunk,” but will stop at nothing to take Austin & Williams to the next level!
Whether it’s print, online or over the air, Barbara is one woman who is never at a loss for words: fortunately, they’re usually the right ones.
The agency’s creative director, Bryan loves creating and performing, whether it’s in a conference room presenting a new campaign for a client or on stage with a bona fide rock band.
Henry offers results-oriented, creative project planning supported by years of experience in print, direct mail, signage, packaging, trade show exhibits and special events staging.
Even though some home-made YouTube videos are surprisingly good, Tony still says a company’s biggest mistake is hiring an amateur for their professional video needs.
Whether he’s tinkering on a home improvement project, spending time at the beach or toiling away in the A&W studio, senior art director Jerry finds inspiration in everyday life for his creative designs.
A man who has loved dogs ever since he was a child (his greatest childhood wish was to become a dalmatian), Larry finds inspiration for his designs most everywhere he looks.
The epitome of eclectic, Heather’s portfolio includes everything from Times Square billboards and Super Bowl spots for big-name brands to designing skater clothing for entnies’ girls line.
Mark is known for his “can-do” attitude, his creativity and his (unhealthy?) obsession with hot sauce.
When Erica’s not strategizing for our clients, she’s at home with her two daughters enjoying Disney princess movies, reenacting Disney princess scenes and singing/dancing along to Disney princess songs (which she secretly loves)!
The 1990s Pokemon craze opened up a world of opportunity – and a career in online marketing – for former toy store owner Andrew.
A former soccer standout who attended college on an athletic scholarship, Pam brings the dedication to hard work and perseverance she learned on the soccer field to our media services department.
Helen handles all facets of media buying at Austin & Williams, from researching outlets and securing the best deals for our clients, to scheduling and buying the placements.
Elizabeth spends her time strategizing clients’ search engine performance and staying up to date on social media. She also appreciates a good grammar joke.
Juan got his start in the digital world at a vitamin supplement store when he helped set up new campaigns in Google Adwords. He’s never looked back.
Rita is an organizational powerhouse whose detail-oriented mindset makes her ideally suited for her role as Media Coordinator – as she juggles multiple, fast-approaching deadlines with ease.
You could say home (page) building is in Tricia’s blood. Our digital project manager is an HGTV fanatic who puts her passion to work renovating houses.
When not sea kayaking at his favorite spot in Maine, Frank (no relation to Jimmy) leads Austin & Williams’ digital development team in making seemingly “impossible” projects come to life.
Life-long techie Jim makes it a point to stay on top of all the new coding techniques, languages and design trends in Web development.
Whether it’s martial arts, leatherwork or Web development, Nick is always eager to find new ways to make the world around him a little better.
A “temporary” job in a mid-level direct mail house turned into a 15-year career for Ken, who keeps our in-house letter shop humming.
The Agency’s leader in perseverance, Tina works diligently to make sure that all our copy reads like music to our ears and is punctuation perfect.
A history-buff at heart, Jodi acts as tour guide during family vacations, reading all the guidebooks and sharing what she’s learned even if it falls on deaf ears.
Rossana holds onto her native culture by trying new Peruvian eateries with her family and keeping a collection of her mom’s hand-crocheted doilies displayed in her home.
When visitors come to Austin & Williams’ headquarters, they’re first greeted by the smile of Kathy, our front desk maven and the person who keeps things running at A&W. Want to know what’s really going on? Then you know to ask her.
Bruiser sleeps a lot. Eats a lot. Therefore, poops a lot. He’s great with people, very rarely barks or bites (except for a few clients). Depending on the day, he will shake, sit, stay and roll over when offered food.
Ken started Austin & Williams with William Pesce in 1992. He was the creator of our agency’s “brand/sell” philosophy and keeper of the results-focused approach that has driven our growth since the very beginning.