Megan Urban, of Syracuse, New York, joins our team as a senior art director. Prior to PHG, Megan was a creative services designer at Aspen Dental Management, Inc. She also gained experience in graphic design and marketing at American Food & Vending, Rehab Resources and Scotsman Media Group. Megan has a bachelor’s degree in new media design from SUNY Cortland.
Kate Osborne, of Syracuse, New York, joins PHG as an account manager. Kate previously worked as a digital production coordinator at LDJ Productions in New York City. She has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Marist College.
Nate Grome, of Camillus, New York, joins us as an assistant account manager. Prior to joining our team, Nate worked at Spectrum Business, a part of Charter Communications. He has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Le Moyne College.
Doug knows what it's like to be a client because he's been one. Prior to co-founding Pinckney Hugo Group, he spent nearly two decades in senior marketing positions that took him all over the world. This has given him a unique perspective that allows him to be uncommonly effective in solving marketing challenges. Also, he's pretty good at the golf thing.
Aaron is our clients' secret weapon. He creates and executes strategies designed to make our clients happy and their competition miserable. With both agency and client-side marketing experience, Aaron has worked on everything from small startups to the biggest brands in the world. In short, he makes things happen.
Our private courtyard makes a great spot for a meeting, lunch, and the occasional hotdog eating contest.
The employee bar and lounge offers a place to relax and get social— offline, that is.
It would take 63,069,600 of our conference room tables to reach from the Earth to the Moon. (It still wouldn't be long enough to handle some of our all-staff meetings.)
Being a Google Premier Partner means we can pretty much drop by their understated NYC digs anytime we want to.
The team celebrated summer on a perfect night overlooking the city of Syracuse. We raised our glasses—and a few ping pong balls—15-stories high on the newly opened rooftop terrace on the Barclay Damon building.
Since we somehow managed to keep the lights on (mostly) for 15 years, it called for a party. And party we did.
The entire PHG team pitched in for some amazing organizations during the holiday season. It was a great way to give back to those in our community who do so much.