As Senior Advisor, Angie counsels her clients using marketing and communications to solve problems and smash business goals.
With 10-plus years in various communications roles — from global hamburger brands to hometown tools and nearly everything in between — Angie thrives on finding solutions to problems that make other people throw their hands in the air. She’s supported and managed projects both on agency and corporate teams, including sustainability reports, consumer packaging and event management.
As a strong advocate against the glorification of busy, Angie shares her rare spare time with organizations near to her heart, including Tempo Milwaukee Emerging Women Leaders, The Women’s Center of Waukesha and the Waukesha Memorial Hospital NICU Parent Advisory Board. She also contributes her thoughts on all things motherhood at MKE Mom’s Blog.
Born and raised in the “Good Land,” she’s passionate about all things Milwaukee and has truly loved seeing the city evolve. She’s a retired cheerleading coach, community advocate, blogger, former runner and aspiring Yogi. You can find her on a Saturday morning with a strong cup of coffee, chasing her twin toddler girls or strolling the farmer’s market with her husband, Tom.
What does “elevating connections” mean to you?
As my life has evolved, I believe even stronger in the need to truly connect with people — not just through building relationships but also maintaining them with intention. Whether it’s a former colleague, brilliant mentor or mom-friend down the street, having a strong group of trusted friends and advisors makes any project more efficient, powerful and worthwhile.