Executive Directors

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Katelyn Holbrook

@KatelynEHenry

Katelyn Holbrook is Vice President at Version 2.0 Communications, a PR and digital communications firm for disruptive brands. Katelyn sets the strategic direction for high-impact integrated communications programs, as both an account team leader and head of the agency’s burgeoning content practice.

She has developed award-winning public relations and content campaigns for clients including SimpliVity, Panjiva and the University of Michigan. You may have seen her clients on the front page of The Wall Street Journal, as guests on CNBC’s Mad Money, as bylined authors in Harvard Business Review, or leading discussions at SXSW.

Katelyn is a self-described grammar nerd, passionate defender of the Oxford comma, and news junkie

Katie Martell

@KatieMartell

Katie Martell creates buzz and drives market demand as an on-demand marketing consultant based in Boston. She has been named a "marketing expert to follow", a top 10 marketing writer on LinkedIn, top 3 most influential B2B marketer on Twitter, and has been invited to speak at a variety of industry conferences including TEDx, BMA, MarketingProfs, and more.

Katie brings a decade of experience working with technology organizations including CMO and co-founder of Cintell and Director of Buzz at NetProspex (a D&B company).

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Volunteer Leadership Committee

Brendan Butts

ROBOT WHISPERER

@BrendanButts

Juliana Casale

Social Media Lead

@attackofthetext

Juliana is Director of Marketing at ReferralMob, a platform that connects Boston employers with qualified job seekers and professionals with large networks.

When she's not mapping out customer onboarding, going through a branding exercise or brainstorming content strategy, Juliana enjoys tweeting up a storm, teaching classes at General Assembly and the Startup Institute, and doing “research” on craft beer.

Mary Austin Williams

EDITOR IN CHIEF

@Mawill8

Mary Austin Williams is Managing Editor of CommunityCo, helping build personalized communities for ambitious business professionals and entrepreneurs. She is an Atlanta native and graduated from Boston College with a degree in communication. She enjoys poetry, live music, and the beauty of New England’s seasons (minus winter!).

Anuj Adhiya

COMMUNITY MANAGER

@VAnujAdhiya

Vanessa Theoharis

EVENT STRATEGIST

@VanessaTSmiles

Katie Burkhart

LEAD DESIGNER

@KBurkhartCo

Sara Morgan

DIRECTOR OF JOB OPPORTUNITIES

@justsmorgan

Sara leads a creative services team as the Marketing Manager at Mintz Levin, a Boston-based law firm. She is a natural project manager, with a background curating and developing content for everything from morning radio shows to email campaigns, video projects to web content. When not at work, Sara can be found at a local beach or checking a new country off of her bucket list. 

Julie Carey

VOLUNTEER WRANGLER

@jcarey2424

Julie leads a team of product marketers at Akamai Technologies, helping leading brands deliver the world's best digital experience.

When she's not mapping plans to launch new products or campaigns, you might find Julie training for her next marathon or researching her next great book club read.

 

Executive Directors Emeritus

Thank you to all who paved the way for today's thriving Boston Content community. 

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Devin Bramhall

@DEVINEMILY

Devin is the Director of Content at Help Scout, an online help desk software. She is also a writer, storyteller and founder of The Master Slam, a story-slam style debate that turns a traditional panel discussion into an evening of live performance and competition. For the past 5 years, Devin has been telling stories live on stage as well as training speakers for TEDx talks, teaching storytelling and personal branding at the Startup Institute and General Assembly.

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Mike Baker

@MarketingBaker

Mike is the Senior Manager of Global Content Strategy at Crimson Hexagon, a social analytics company based in Boston. Before entering the content marketing industry, Mike worked as a reporter, editor, farmer and pre-school teacher. Mike is also currently working on a book (in fits and starts) about the story of how and why his grandfather invented the chicken nugget.

Volunteer Committee Emeritus

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Lauren Landry

@LAURLANDRY

Lauren is a digital content specialist for Northeastern University, a contributor to Boston magazine and the former associate editor at BostInno, where she wrote nearly 3,500 articles covering all things education and early-stage tech. Lauren is also a graduate student in Northeastern's Media Innovation program and, when she’s not writing, serves as a mentor for Emerson Launch and drinks an obscene amount of coffee. 

Todd Stewart

@TODD_STEW

Todd Stewart is a Content Marketer at Dispatch. Prior to this role, Todd built the content for Catalant Technologies (Formerly HourlyNerd), an online marketplace for freelance business experts. Todd is also a Professor at Bryant University and an instructor at General Assembly. Outside of work, Todd is an avid endurance runner and skier.

Gwen Betts

@GWENNASAURUS

Gwen leads product design and marketing as the Director of Customer Experience at Komand, a cybersecurity startup. She is a designer by trade, but obsesses over the marriage of product and marketing, and is dedicated to creating a compelling and helpful experience across the brand. Outside of work, Gwen can be found frolicking through Boston catching lots of Charmanders, or at home with her darling kitties, Cinnamon and Nutmeg.

 

 

Co-Founders and Advisors Emeritus

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Jay Acunzo

@JAYACUNZO

Jay Acunzo is an award-winning podcaster and dynamic keynote speaker. Before creating the popular show Unthinkable, Jay was a social media strategist at Google and head of content at HubSpot. He's built content marketing strategies from scratch for exciting new startups and produced attention-grabbing documentaries for brands. His work has been cited in places ranging from Harvard Business School to the Washington Post. Today, Jay hosts shows and works with teams that break conventional thinking and become the welcome exception to all the average noise in their niche. 

Arestia Rosenberg

@ArestiaR

Storyteller, video lover, and adventurer, Arestia Rosenberg started Boston Content when she was the Senior Content Producer at Hill Holliday. She brought that advertising agency experience, along with her background in major motion pictures and television development and production, to The Daily Beast as their Creative Director of Brand Strategy. Now, Arestia is participating in Remote Year and is available for remote content strategy, writing, producing, and creative direction work!