Paul learned storytelling by writing and editing tens of thousands of stories during two decades as a journalist before going into PR. At WordWrite, he ponders the question every day: Why should someone consider hiring us, working with us or partnering with us?
As a member of the leadership team and the office expert on famous movie lines and scenes, Jeremy is accountable for providing day-to-day oversight of agency operations, including growth, profitability and retention.
Robin is a dreamer and a planner. For clients, she is always brainstorming new strategies and ideas to help them solve their biggest challenges. She works in collaboration with her team to create, execute and measure results-driven strategies.
Keira is our digital strategist and leader, always thinking through the best ways to incorporate digital tactics to help clients reach their core customers. She leads and manages all of our digital efforts and is one of the most organized and data-driven leaders we know.
When a client needs copy, from email campaigns to long-form submissions, Dan’s the guy who makes it happen. He’s also editor of The Pittsburgh 100, responsible for planning, writing, editing and tightening the screws on Pittsburgh’s bi-weekly must-read newsletter.
Noah is known as “the fixer” at WordWrite. He’s technically inclined and is the one we contact when we’re stuck in a technical merry-go-round. On the client side, he manages digital advertising campaigns and is often digging into metrics, data and analytics to see what’s working and then testing what could be better.
Whether it’s pitching news stories, managing social media, or conducting research for clients, you’ll find Logan doing it with a look on his face more intense than what’s actually on his mind, and with headphones in-ear. He strives for efficiency in his work and legend says you can faintly hear his inquiries for more things to do, even when he’s not in the office.
Yes, WordWrite’s PR and digital marketing efforts are important, but they’re nothing without “barketing” backing them up. Roxy spends her busy workdays running from cube to cube, getting her ears scratched and eating crumbs off of the ground (we have spotless floors). She’s also the youngest member of the team at eight years old — middle-aged, if we use dog years.
Are you our next WordWriter? We’re a close-knit team, and we’re always on the watch for uniquely talented communicators to join us. As you see here, our staff has a diverse set of skills all geared toward finding the best ways to tell stories. Share your own authentic story, and you’ll fit right in.