What moves you? What moves me is making an old-fashioned, genuine connection. In a digital world, the possibility of connection is endless…but meaningful connection can be hard to come by. So, what moves me? Meaningful connections.
Jay keeps Echoing Green's external communications ahead of the latest developments in digital. Before joining us, he worked with a handful of cultural organizations like Carnegie Hall, Shedd Aquarium, and Steppenwolf Theatre. Jay’s spoken across the country on integrated brand communication, fundraising, SMS/mobile, advocacy, and social technology, and his work has been featured in publications like The New York Times, AdAge, and Crain’s. After hours, you’re likely to find him growing and eating local food or tinkering with his newest love, the ukulele.
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