Greg is a digital sales and management expert and opinion leader on media and digital marketing. Clients and industry leaders nationwide have sought Greg’s deep expertise in online media and his penchant for bringing diverse and innovative ideas to the table.
Greg has served as digital director of national media companies including Lee Enterprises and 10/13 Communications. He co-founded The Insiders’ Guides, which grew to become one of the largest domestic travel guidebook series in the U.S., and was a founding staff member of the Independent Weekly in Durham, N.C.
Greg is a partner and co-owner of the OBXGuides and Tahoe.com (with Swift Newspapers). He lives in Portland, Oregon.
Mercer draws upon her experience as an artist in traditional and digital media to create compelling designs that help clients’ unique messages stand out across platforms.
With a background in fine art galleries, literary magazine publications, freelance graphic design, and interning for the City of Palo Alto Public Art Program, Mercer’s focus is on local storytelling and the power of visual communication.
Mercer is based in Seattle, where she enjoys getting her hands messy with printmaking ink and baking while listening to audiobooks.
Kayce brings creativity, analytical thinking and eight years of client service and account management experience to ITZ.
Previously an account manager at Sq1 in Portland, Kayce earned her clients’ abiding trust by serving them through all stages of their projects and campaigns, from strategy and planning to execution and analysis. She led internal teams as well, focusing on SEM, SEO, social media, email marketing, traditional media, creative and web development.
Kayce lives in Portland with her husband and two youngsters.
Casey has been a web designer and programmer for the past 10+ years, designing customized sites and programs for both institutional and small business clients.
Casey’s lifelong passion for art and design led him to study computer graphic design in college, initially specializing in 3D animation but then developing a talent for improving user interfaces. Frustrated with the limitations of available UI tools, Casey learned back-end programming to create the interfaces he envisioned.
Among other things, Casey has built sophisticated content management systems and workflow administration tools used within media companies to manage their multi-channel marketing campaigns.
Chris Muldrow has worked in digital media since 1995.
In a previous life, you would have known him as the Vice President for Technolgy and Interactive for CNHI, where he created 126 newspaper websites as well as the corporate site, classified ad system, text ad delivery software, and blogging software. He also helped build Fredericksburg.com and worked with newspapers, local businesses and nonprofit organizations to establish their online brands.
Chris is a writer, a programmer, an IT geek, a numbers nerd, a business strategist, a husband and a dad.
He has a journalism degree from the University of South Carolina Honors College and lives in historic Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Taylor is a journalist and marketing communications specialist. Among the publications he’s written for are Kaiser Health News, USA Today, MedPage Today, San Francisco Weekly and Duke Magazine. Marketing communications clients have included the Social Science Research Council, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency, the UNC Kenan-Flagler School of Business, SAS and Cisco. Taylor divides his time between Nashville, Tennessee and Carrboro, North Carolina.
Cameron’s focus is squarely on customer service, bringing a creative and thoughtful approach to problem solving.
Most recently, at WeWork in Boston, Cameron developed and implemented onboarding and training programs for employees. Before that, as community manager, he led a team that served the varied needs of WeWork clients, balancing the interests of vendors, business owners and management.
In his spare time, Cam pursues an array of creative interests. He lives, gardens, and designs and sews apparel in Portland.
Samantha Price is a Communication and Digital Studies major at the University of Mary Washington and is passionate about solving human problems in a meaningful way. She loves working on a problem that stems from a person’s need and incorporating user-centered design to devise a solution.
When she isn’t working, you’re likely to find her on the Ultimate Frisbee field, or with her guitar in hand, or at a piano singing favorite covers or an occasional original. She is a member of an acapella group on campus and is is the online editor of the school paper.