Get the inside scoop on our newest Deviser in the exclusive interview below!
We are so excited to have Brian join us! Here’s why.
We have perfected the way we build a brand and piece of technology. Our partners are extremely excited with the work we provide and at the quality it’s delivered. The next stage for our growing agency was to open up a marketing department. The team met Brian through Forge54, the philanthropic non-profit organization we founded, and immediately clicked with him. Two years later, we decided that it was only right to have Brian join us. He left a 70 person agency to head our marketing department, and we couldn’t be more grateful to have struck treasure! Welcome Brian, we always knew he was a Deviser from the get-go!
Brian, can you tell me a little bit about yourself?
Sure. When I’m not grinding at work, you can find me rock climbing. I once hiked the trans-Sierra Nevada trail all the way to Mount Whitney in half the recommended time. Many may be surprised to learn that prior to starting college, I wanted to go to culinary school and become a chef!
Why Devise Interactive?
I met some of the Devisers 2.5 years ago at Forge54 and immediately clicked with their young ambition and talent. Seeing them empower each other and work together so seamlessly was definitely something I wanted to be a part of.
What do you hope to gain from working at Devise Interactive?
I want to perfect my craft and test what I can do. It’s important that I continue to push all boundaries and challenge the status quo.
What contributions do you hope to bring to Devise Interactive?
I am excited to break open the marketing department and grow the company on a different tier.
What would be a huge “success” to you?
My ultimate goal is becoming the director of Devise Interactive’s marketing department–working with multiple team members across multiple accounts.
Favorite part of your role?
I love experimenting with different platforms and strategies and better understanding the effects across various demographic groups. Understanding how viewers respond to information is so fascinating to me!