Because someone’s got to do all the hard work while the creatives make pretty pictures.
Did you know? In excess, it’s actually pronounced “stra-tee-jur-ee.”
Like a Chief Creative Officer, only more creative and less officerish. Wouldn’t mind being called Chief though.
ACCOUNT GROUP DIRECTOR
Refreshing, crisp, well-managed profile with a good hit of strategic flavor and little bitterness.
At the Verbiage Department, our only limitation is the English language.™
Still thinking about the line spacing between her header and this sentence.
FINANCE DIRECTOR & HUMAN RESOURCES
Raising three teenagers is nothing compared to this.
SENIOR ART DIRECTOR
Recently recognized for his significant contributions to the average height of the agency.
“Is this insight insightful enough?”
Able to do the heavy lifting on projects, including ones that actually include lifting heavy things.
ASSOCIATE ART DIRECTOR
Urban design veteran seeks snowier WNY climes and new challenges.
Is silently judging you for using an adjective instead of an adverb.
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First name Amy. But you can call her Reger.
Believes emotional ideas are worth fighting for (but not, like, in a dark alley or anything).
10.2% account expert by volume.
Consistently misusing the term literally and is okay with it. Literally.
Red rover, red rover, let Emma come over. (From the ecommerce side).