Terri is a serial entrepreneurial geek who considers building businesses better than a party. Her love for business is matched only by her passion for life.
Lisa manages the money and is also our Culture Captain. She has a passion for numbers but also has a passion for people. Some people might find it odd that our CFO is our Culture Captain…if you meet Lisa, you’ll understand why that’s a combination for success in creating a performance culture.
Stephanie has been with our company since 2012 and has played just about every role possible. She now serves as our Director – Talent ensuring we hire the best associates and accelerate their passion for winning.
Bob is our technical Guru around here. We call upon his extensive knowledge of the digital world to assist our team members with their clients’ digital media needs and to help bridge the communication gaps with geek-speak.
Sue Carrington has been writing profusely since the age of 5. She’s pursued her love of words through a diverse array of callings – from journal editor to radio news director, public relations manager to corporate writer and freelance writing entrepreneur. She also relishes her role as mom to Poet, a perky Pomeranian, and Harper, a kinetic Keeshond.
I am the Accountant and Operations Specialist for Share On Purpose. I am passionate about solving problems and helping others. I am resourceful and enjoy teaching others the information I have learned. I value my family and believe in being authentic in everything I do.
Lover of a good pun, Jasmine enjoys both graphic design and creative writing. She appreciates written words because they tend to get tangled in her mouth when spoken. A perfectionist and competitor at heart, she believes creative strategy and engaging content are key to growing great businesses. When she’s not creating campaign calendars or staying up to date on the latest social media trends and hashtags, you can find her writing greeting cards, buying more plants and candles than necessary, and lusting over the newest interior design styles.
Passionate about making a difference, Micaela enjoys using her analytical skills to help businesses grow. She is a team player who is motivated by helping others and loves to win. As an innovative thinker, she believes that interesting content placed strategically is the formula for business growth success. When she’s not studying up on the latest digital trends or learning about the complexity of business, she enjoys writing blogs, trying new foods, and planning her next travel destination.
As a PR professional who has also been a print journalist, editor, and journalism instructor, Traci brings a journalist’s eye to a variety of SEO-driven public relations and marketing content designed to achieve exceptional results. With an emphasis on strategic public relations communications tailored to the business goals of each client, Traci creates a range of compelling content, including feature articles, blog posts, news releases, social media posts, web content, white papers, brochures, sales sheets, media kits, professional biographies, and key messages. If not for coffee, she would have no pulse.
Over the past 35 years, Art has interviewed some of the most interesting people in the world and used these conversations to develop a diverse catalog of compelling stories. He is a writer, blogger, podcaster, broadcaster and frequent speaker on subjects ranging from technology to healthcare, to music to outdoor sports, and too many other subjects to mention. If content is king, then Art must be its strongest emissary.
Sarah is a journalist and author with a proven track record of generating captivating content tailored to the target. With a background in finance, neuropsychology, and law, she is an expert at transforming complex issues into simple, engaging calls-to-action. When she isn’t writing content and reading headlines, she’s corralling her two children and their Shepherd Dorgi — a rambunctious puppy that looks, and acts, alarmingly like Scrappy-Doo.
Whether online or in print, working fast and loose for editorial-style projects or tight and disciplined for corporate gigs, Peter loves to talk about himself in the third person. His kids just shake their heads and walk away. Oh, well. At least clients appreciate his storytelling.