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We sell good.
Not goods.

We’re thinkers, storytellers, strategists, and creatives who give a sh*t. We help purpose-driven organizations hone their voice, amplify their mission, and tell their story. Call it branding, call it marketing, call it communications.

For us, it’s doing work that matters.

What We Do

Campaigns and brands that change minds and lives

Campaigns and brands that change minds and lives

We handcraft brands, campaigns, and messaging that are deeply human and rooted in strategy. Our work connects and engages. It builds audiences. It makes you relevant. It changes hearts and minds.

We dive deep into your world. We ask the right questions. We listen and have the guts to act on the answers. We rely on equal parts data and intuition. And with what we learn, we craft strategy and creative that connects.

  • Strategy
  • Marketing
  • Branding
  • Creative and design
  • Advertising
  • Digital
  • Social
  • UX/UI
  • Crisis communications

“ThinkArgus pushes us to think outside the box, to stretch ourselves, working together to achieve the best result possible.”

Who We Do It For

Our clients are accomplished, scrappy, hungry to do more.
Just like us.

Our clients are accomplished, scrappy, hungry to do more.
Just like us.

For twenty-five years, we’ve tackled the most difficult communications challenges for the most complex purpose-driven clients, including those in:

  • Health and health care
  • Transportation and real estate
  • Education
  • Arts and culture
  • Government
  • Non-profit
  • Purpose-driven consumer brands

“ThinkArgus is an agency that understands and shares a commitment to our values – we also have great chemistry. We have so enjoyed the experience with our project team and would recommend to colleagues.”

Who We Are

We’re problem-solvers. Strategists. Doers. Experts in our fields.

Our diverse team merges Boston-based expertise with global experience. We speak 4 languages in the office; our team members have worked on campaigns from local health departments to Fortune 500 companies.

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Lucas Guerra

Founder

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Lucas Guerra

Founder

Lucas is the Founder of ThinkArgus, setting the bar for strategy, creativity, and results. Lucas brings more than 20 years of experience in creative development, social/cause marketing, branding, art direction, and TV/radio production. He is known for his political acumen, his incisive vision, and his profound understanding of what makes people tick. His creative marketing ideas are consistently successful at building strong emotional and rational bonds between the client’s brand and its target audiences, prompting action.

A native of Argentina, Lucas founded ThinkArgus 25 years ago as a student at the Art Institute of Boston. With his career spanning more than two decades of professional experience in graphic design, concept development, art direction, and TV/radio production, Lucas’ expertise encompasses the creation of public education and consumer services campaigns, including for MassDOT, EOPSS, MBTA, and DPH. His creative work has been recognized with many awards, including multiple Emmys.

Lucas currently serves on the Hyams Foundation Board of Directors. He is also an internationally recognized poet, storyteller, and filmmaker.

Caitlin Dodge

CEO

Caitlin Dodge

CEO

As CEO, Caitlin Dodge drives the vision and growth of ThinkArgus. In this role, she leads operations, directs client relationships, and maps out our strategy as an agency. An experienced and insightful marketing leader, Caitlin has helped shepherd complex clients through their most challenging communications issues and is depended on by marketing leaders in multiple sectors for her expertise in developing effective campaigns across mediums and audiences.

Caitlin began her career at Smithsonian Enterprises, the company that publishes Smithsonian Magazine, Air & Space Magazine, goSmithsonian Magazine, and runs the Smithsonian Television Channel. As Smithsonian’s Marketing Manager, she focused on creating multimedia campaigns for national and international clients. Prior to joining ThinkArgus, Caitlin was the account lead for Williams Whittle, a non-profit focused marketing and ad agency in Alexandria, VA.

When Caitlin is not multitasking at work, she’s multitasking at home. You’ll often find her absorbed in an Audible book while chasing after her two small children. She’s also outdoors whenever she can manage it – by the ocean, hiking, or skiing.

Scott Zoback

Managing Director

Scott Zoback

Managing Director

Scott drives new business growth and partnerships, working closely with teams at every level of the agency to figure out “what’s next” for ThinkArgus and how to tell our story to the world. Drawing from his years of political experience, he also oversees strategy for some of our most complex clients in the public sector, helping them hone their vision and develop productive relationships both internally and externally.

Past roles have brought Scott to the intersection of complex strategic communications, media, and public affairs as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications and Strategy for the Massachusetts Senate President; the Director of Communications and Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Department of Public Health (DPH); and leading external affairs for the Massachusetts Medical Use of Marijuana Program.

When Scott is not running things, he runs, training for seven Boston Marathons and raising over $80,000 for Boston hospitals.

José Nieto

Chief Strategy Officer

José Nieto

Chief Strategy Officer

Known affectionately (he hopes) as “the professor,” Jose leads the strategic development at ThinkArgus, combining analytical thinking, creative know-how, and marketing insights to craft brands and campaigns that resonate with audiences, positively impact the community, and achieve client goals. An instinctive collaborator, Jose works with both the account and creative team to keep our work always on target.

Jose has degrees from Tufts University, NYU, and MassArt. Before joining ThinkArgus, Jose was principal of SquareZero, an award-winning graphic design studio specializing on cultural, publishing, and education clients, and principal designer at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, where he worked on everything from print and digital advertising, exhibition collateral, the museum website and ecommerce, and the member magazine. Previously, he was the Design Director at Northeastern University.

When he’s not thinking about client projects, Jose enjoys traveling with his wife and teenage son. He’s also a published novelist and an amusing storyteller – but make sure never to ask him about Borneo: he’ll never shut up about it.

Gretchen Driscoll

Head of People

Gretchen Driscoll

Head of People

As Head of People, Gretchen draws from years of coaching experience to ensure that everyone at ThinkArgus has the opportunity to put their best selves forward. Committed to the growth of the individual as well as the organization, she strives to create an environment where every employee feels supported personally and professionally.

Gretchen’s appointment culminates a two-year consulting partnership with Caitlin Dodge during which she helped streamline the hiring process and double the agency’s headcount. She is eager to serve as an individualized success coach for every team member, build a talent pipeline, and expand her strategic growth work to the organization’s daily operations.

Gretchen lives on the North Shore with her fiancé and children and loves to be active and outdoors as much as possible! An avid student of personal development, spirituality and how they intersect with awareness and conscious choice; she is committed to be fully aligned in the work that she does.

Jennifer Perry

Executive Creative Director

Jennifer Perry

Executive Creative Director

As Executive Creative Director, Jen leads our Creative team across all projects. Jen brings two decades of professional creative experience to ThinkArgus. She has held creative positions at NYC, Chicago, and Boston agencies like Deutsch, BBDO, and MullenLowe, producing creative for clients like the Partnership to End Addiction, IKEA, Tylenol, Dunkin’ Donuts, and JetBlue.

Jen has spent years cultivating industry relationships with top-notch production partners and vendors across the country, and brings the power of those great relationships to the ThinkArgus team. A copywriter by trade, Jen’s work has been recognized by industry award shows like the Cannes Young Lions competition, Hatch Awards, One Show, and more. Over the course of her career, she has mentored and managed a broad spectrum of creatives across art, video, copy, and design, helping them to grow their careers and find their creative voice. Jen is passionate about empathetic leadership, and believes that creatives can do their best work when they’re empowered, supported, and encouraged to take risks.

For four years, she took her agency experience to the brand side, building, leading, and growing an award-winning in-house creative agency for a technology brand built to help small businesses succeed. In addition to being our creative leader, Jen is also a marketing consultant for the legalized cannabis industry. Partnering with other female creatives, she also founded a feminist initiative called “What Would a Dude Do?”, which encourages women to know their worth.

Jen lives north of Boston with her husband and two young children. When she’s not dreaming up creative ideas, she loves reading, being outdoors, meditating, and working up a good sweat on her Peloton.

Maureen Collins, MPH

Executive Director, Accounts

Maureen Collins, MPH

Executive Director, Accounts

As Executive Director of Accounts, Maureen leads the account team and manages our client relationship infrastructure for success. With nearly 20 years of experience in health-related communications, marketing and public relations, she is an expert in brand communications and social marketing campaigns aimed at hard-to-reach and ethnically diverse communities. She is particularly skilled at distilling complicated subject matter into clear and concise messaging for low health literacy.

Prior to joining ThinkArgus, Maureen worked at Edelman, Ogilvy, and Weber Shandwick, focusing on accounts within the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, including the National Institute of Health, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Most recently, Maureen served as the Director of Communications & Marketing at Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM). In her five-year tenure as the Dean’s primary communications advisor and writer, she produced compelling internal and external communications to keep various TUSM audiences and key stakeholders engaged, informed, and united during some of our community’s most challenging times. A key member of TUSM’s inaugural Anti-Racism Committee, Maureen is deeply committed to health equity and social justice – which makes her a perfect match for ThinkArgus’ values and client focus.

Maureen is a former student athlete and captain, and she takes great pride in her ability to lead and motivate a team to work toward a common goal, especially while under pressure. A lover of true crime documentaries and fixer of home appliances, you’ll constantly find Maureen trying to solve or improve upon something. A D.C. native and unfortunate home team sports fan, she is always up for an adventure around Boston or the Cape with her dog, partner, and his six- and nine-year old daughters who keep her laughing and humble.

Jamie Ong-Goldring

Group Account Director

Jamie Ong-Goldring

Group Account Director

As Group Account Director, Jamie leads the client services team to elevate the agency’s profile and generate growth. With a background in direct response fundraising both in agencies and client-side, he brings great zeal and enthusiasm to the task of meeting our revenue and growth goals while helping to keep projects on budget, on time, and on strategy.

With eight years of agency experience in the social impact sector – partnering with local and regional nonprofits and working with leading national nonprofit brands – Jamie helps ThinkArgus to transform client goals into thoughtful marketing strategies. He has a bachelor’s degree in Government and Environmental Studies from Colby College, where he was involved in several mission-driven causes including starting an initiative to improve access to healthcare in rural communities of Malawi in Sub-Saharan Africa.

When he’s not focused on client growth, Jamie is an armchair meteorologist who loves forecasting the weather for the next company social outing so his team knows just what to wear. He’s also a history buff and relishes taking visitors on informative walking tours of Boston’s South End, where he lives with his partner Larry and their 9-year-old Lhasa Apso Danny.

Dana Anderson

Account Director

Dana Anderson

Account Director

As Account Director, Dana leads the strategy, content development, creative execution, and implementation of integrated campaigns and branding efforts, specializing in complex clients with multiple stakeholders, such as the Department of Family and Medical Leave, the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, MassDOT, and Boston Housing Authority. Dana prides herself in being extremely flexible and solutions-oriented – her least favorite word is “no” – and always strives to provide the best value for her clients. A creative person at heart, she’s unafraid of outside-the-box approaches that get people’s attention while achieving strategic goals.

Before joining ThinkArgus, Dana focused her career on omni-channel, data-driven marketing. But she was always interested in getting her hands dirty with more creative work. ThinkArgus gave her that in spades, as well as clients that inspire passion and purpose.

Dana is a positive thinker who’s always up for a challenge or spontaneous adventure, which explains her love for the great outdoors, traveling, photography, and hiking.

Lauren Lisitano

Account Director, Public Health

Lauren Lisitano

Account Director, Public Health

As Account Director, Lauren understands the power of social marketing to bring about positive change. That understanding drives her approach to strategic and creative development of public health initiatives for clients such as the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services and Office of Problem Gambling Services.

After earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in English Communications from Salve Regina University, Lauren worked on off-premise marketing initiatives for leading international CPG brands. A passion for health equity led her to Worldways Social Marketing, where she worked with the Delaware Division of Public Health Maternal and Child Health and the Delaware Division of Services for Children, Youth, and Families to develop social marketing campaigns aimed at reducing infant mortality rates across the state.

For Lauren, public health marketing is a vocation, not just a career. When she takes a break, you can usually find herself at a beach reading a new book and making dinner reservations.

Taylor Toole

Director of Video and Motion

Taylor Toole

Director of Video and Motion

As Director of Video and Motion, Taylor brings our ideas to life through motion and animation. With fifteen years of experience creating award-winning content for clients ranging from global brands to tattoo artists, Taylor is always looking for new, innovative ways to tell compelling stories visually. He is undaunted by any project proposal or budget.

A graduate of the Emerson College film program, Taylor began his career in Los Angeles managing the writer’s room on the HBO drama Deadwood, before operating a camera for Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s documentary series, Project Greenlight. Taylor has worked both on the brand side and as part of two award-winning creative teams at agencies such as MullenLowe and Weber Shandwick. His career has taken him from film sets to post-production bays and back again.

When not behind the camera, he can be found writing thrillers, reading with his young children, or out on his paddle board looking for sharks.

Cyan Dana

Associate Director of Project Management

Cyan Dana

Associate Director of Project Management

As Associate Director of Project Management, Cyan is our agency process expert. She works across teams to manage our workflow, timelines, and resources to keep us on schedule, and ensure that every project gets the time and attention it deserves.

Cyan began her career as a TV news producer, developing both grace under pressure and the ability to stay laser-focused under tight deadlines. Those skills led her to senior positions at agencies such as Barton F. Graf and Arnold Worldwide, where she led project management practices for teams large and small, drawing from best practices and her own extensive industry experience.

Always eager to lend a hand, Cyan spends her free time volunteering at local nonprofits, including the MSPCA, the Greater Boston Food Bank, and MA Medical Reserve Corps.

Hillary O’Rourke

Senior Integrated Producer

Hillary O’Rourke

Senior Integrated Producer

As Senior Integrated Producer, Hillary is in charge of all creative production – from concept to delivery. With nearly 10 years of experience, she’s produced everything from award winning TV spots to NFTs and is an expert at achieving great results while staying on schedule and on budget. Hillary is passionate about problem solving and turning ideas into reality.

Prior to joining ThinkArgus, Hillary spent time in Boulder, CO working as an Agency Producer at Barkley, enhancing production experience she gained previously through work in Boston at Arnold Worldwide. She’s produced both large-scale broadcast TV campaigns and small-scale online videos, 2D & 3D animations, digital and social content, print, augmented reality, and radio. Her roster includes clients such as Winnebago, Taco John’s, ShopRite, Jack Daniel’s, and the Boston Bruins.

When she’s not taking the reins of big production projects, Hillary loves reading, calligraphy, and hiking with her rescue Lab/Great Pyrenees mix, Ghost.

Mackenzie Waldron

Senior Art Director

Mackenzie Waldron

Senior Art Director

As Senior Art Director, Mackenzie fuses her passions for visual design, conceptual problem solving, strategic thinking, and mentorship into a singular approach to creative development. Trained in multiple disciplines, she brings a well-rounded perspective to the team. She is ever curious and always eager to learn new things, whether in her chosen field or while building an internal database of fun facts to amuse herself and others.

Mackenzie began her career in the digital and social media space. She later grew her skill set to include branding, packaging, and web design. At her core, Mackenzie excels in strategic projects that allow her creative problem-solving skills to shine. She has a bachelor’s degree in Communications Design with a minor in Business Administration from Syracuse University. There she pioneered a mentorship program for Communications Design majors and was a member of the club sailing team.

Mackenzie’s favorite creative outlet outside of work is cooking & baking (and eating, of course). She also enjoys getting out and exploring new places, and finding even more to love about her favorite city and home, Boston.

Francesca Salvatore

Senior Designer

Francesca Salvatore

Senior Designer

As Senior Designer, Francesca supports the creative team in the design and development of brand identities, visual communications, and advertising campaigns. Her training as an agency strategist informs her approach to design problems, keeping her focused – and invested – on client objectives and challenges. No matter the size or scope, her projects are all driven by empathy and strategic rigor.

Prior to joining ThinkArgus, Francesca worked at Minelli and Lippincott as a brand strategist, partnering with clients in retail, energy, tech, healthcare, education, and the arts to develop thoughtful brand solutions that drove business objectives. A love for art (and the east coast) brought her back to Boston and back to school to pursue a graphic design degree at MassArt.

Her favorite branding experiences thus far have been coining a new name for an eco-friendly motor oil company and developing a visual system for Boston’s largest housing provider.

Alexandra Indira Sanyal

Associate Strategist

Alexandra Indira Sanyal

Associate Strategist

As Associate Strategist, Alexandra works closely with the Chief Strategy Officer and the accounts team to conduct formative research, develop insights, and articulate brand and marketing strategies. She draws on her boundless curiosity and critical thinking skills to implement systematic approaches to problem solving, both for clients and for the agency. Alexandra also curates outward-facing content, such as social media messaging, blog posts and newsletters, to position ThinkArgus as a thought leader.

Alexandra has degrees from Bryn Mawr College’s Growth & Structure of Cities program and the Masters in Design Studies program at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where she focused on issues of spatial identity and heritage narratives. As a freelance content creator, she’s worked with cause-based organizations like Aspire Institute Inc, South Asian SOAR, and Laal NYC to reach out to new audiences and better tell their stories.

Though she spends much of her time writing, Alexandra is extremely passionate about another kind of storytelling: Indian Classical Dance, including Bharatnatyam, Odissi, Kuchipudi and fusion dancing. In fact, she currently teaches at Boston’s Triveni School of Dance, and choreographs for and performs in shows across the Greater Boston Area.

Lucy Leavitt

Account Manager

Lucy Leavitt

Account Manager

As Account Manager, Lucy helps to shepherd our big ideas into flawlessly executed campaigns and rebrands for clients such as MassDOT and MRC. She is detail-oriented with a focus on process, performing much of the crucial behind-the-scenes work that keeps our clients happy and our work on target.

Lucy began her career in the financial and nonprofit sectors, coordinating projects such as website redesigns, social media strategy, and marketing communications. Most recently, she worked in the marketing and operations department of AGC Partners, a technology-focused boutique investment bank. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with a minor in Hispanic Studies from Trinity College, where she also served as music director for her all-female acapella group.

When she’s not reliving her musical glory days, Lucy enjoys getting into nature and staying active by skiing, hiking, and scuba diving.

Leah Strassburg

Account Manager

Leah Strassburg

Account Manager

As Account Manager, Leah manages client services for challenging public health campaigns. A veteran of the highly regulated pharma field, she brings a fresh perspective to her work, as well as sharp organizational skills, level-headedness, and a clear eye for details.

Leah has a dual degree in public relations and policy studies from Syracuse University. Before coming to ThinkArgus, she worked in high-profile influencer campaigns, corporate website branding, and crisis communications for major companies such as IBM Watson, Takeda, Sanofi and Pfizer. Many of her projects sought to raise awareness of barriers to equitable health around the globe – and build support for promising policy solutions.

Outside of work hours, Leah stretches her creative side at the pottery wheel and singing with the MIT Women’s Chorale.

Liz Lozano

Social Media Specialist

Liz Lozano

Social Media Specialist

As Social Media Specialist, Liz works with clients such as the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism, to develop strategies that leverage Social Media as a tool for reach and engagement. Great at details and an organizational maven, she is deeply committed to the values and aspirations of our clients.

Liz earned her bachelor’s degree in International Business and Spanish Studies from Dominican University (River Forest, IL), where she led the Organization of Latin American Students, spearheading successful marketing and social media efforts for culture-based events and projects. Before ThinkArgus, she managed clients in the transportation, health care, and commercial industries in a SaaS company.

At home, Liz unwinds with her adorable rescue dog, Theo. As a devoted environmentalist, she spends much of her time finding plant-based recipes and ways to live a low-waste lifestyle.

Bryanna Mellen

Account Manager

Bryanna Mellen

Account Manager

Drawing on her experience in both non-profits and cause-based agencies, Bryanna manages social marketing projects for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health that change behavior and help communities live healthier lives.

Bryanna earned her Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of Rhode Island, focusing on Health Promotion and Behavioral Change. Before coming to ThinkArgus, she worked at a Providence-based social marketing agency, where she partnered with public health clients such as the RI Health Equity Zone Project and the City of New York Department of Health to manage the development of effective health promotion and behavior change campaigns.

Bryanna’s commitment to public health does not end with her workday. Alarmed by the high rate of suicide among law enforcement, she started her own non-profit to boost mental health awareness and suicide prevention. During her spare time, you can find Bryanna somewhere near the water or trying out a new dessert recipe at home.

Emily Rothenberg

Account Manager

Emily Rothenberg

Account Manager

An experienced Account Manager, Emily supports clients doing meaningful work in the health care and related fields. Emily brings a creative mindset and a knack for building strong relationships to everything she does.

Emily received her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing Communications from Endicott College, where she also minored in studio art with a focus on painting. After graduating, she joined a recruitment advertising agency and led a team responsible for developing campaigns for various healthcare networks. In this fast-paced agency environment, Emily found her passion for teamwork and creating value for clients.

When she is not managing projects, Emily is making plans to complete her life goal of visiting every national park in the U.S. Emily also enjoys going on hikes and spending time with friends and family.

Rebecca Frank, MPH

Junior Account Manager

Rebecca Frank, MPH

Junior Account Manager

A relationship-builder, organized planner, and creative thinker at heart, Rebecca brings subject matter expertise and project management experience to public health projects in her role as Junior Account Manager.

Rebecca has a Masters in Public Health and Masters of Science in Applied Nutrition from Tufts University, as well as a certificate in Climate Change and Health from Yale University. Before ThinkArgus, she received a fellowship through which she administered community nutrition programs at a group of clinics in New York — serving low-income community members and patients living in shelters throughout the Bronx and Manhattan. She then worked as a project coordinator for the communications team at the Good Food Institute, a non-profit think-tank focused on sustainable food systems and alternative proteins, where she exercised her love for writing, editing, and creative strategy.

When she’s not color-coding spreadsheets, Rebecca is usually cooking something with chickpeas, talking about how cute her dog is, or planning her next trip with her friends or fiancé.

Wilfford Ortiz

Designer

Wilfford Ortiz

Designer

As a Designer, Wilfford brings boundless energy, sharp attention to detail, and a penchant for exploration to creative projects for a wide range of clients. As a former architecture student, Wilfford believes that great design should speak with confidence, not be overstated. Supporting the rest of the creative team, Wilfford always looks to establish emotional connections with the audience to create direct and memorable experiences.

Before ThinkArgus, Wilfford worked at Ingersoll-Rand, where he helped design marketing and advertising collateral for sub-brands like Trane, Thermo King, Club Car, and more. Born in Colombia but raised in Miami, Wilfford earned his bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design at Emmanuel College.

When he is not perfecting his craft, Wilfford spends much of his free time working out to stay fit both physically and mentally.

Beth Sisay

Account Coordinator and Office Administrator

Beth Sisay

Account Coordinator and Office Administrator

As an Account Coordinator and Office Administrator, Beth supports both the leadership and account teams in daily operations and overall business development. With a passion for education and health equity, she is dedicated to her work with our public health clients including the Office of Problem Gambling Services and the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services.

With a degree in Business Administration from American University, Beth is passionate about applying her interests in marketing and business to purpose-driven projects that strive to create positive social impact. Prior to ThinkArgus, she completed an internship with Publicis Sapient, a digital marketing agency with clients across the globe.

In her free time, you can find Beth spending time with her family and friends or perfecting her recipe for the best chocolate chip cookie around.

Kathleen Sabourin

Account Coordinator and Office Administrator

Kathleen Sabourin

Account Coordinator and Office Administrator

As an Account Coordinator and Office Administrator, Katie manages a broad range of daily tasks for the account team while ensuring that our office provides a productive workspace and a comfortable environment.

Katie recently graduated from Saint Anselm College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business and Communications. During her time at Saint Anselm, she participated in an internship with a local Content and Media Studio, where she co-hosted meetings with clients, created content, and drafted copy for campaigns and social media.

In her spare time, Katie loves traveling and exploring new places to find inspiration as she crafts her ideal lifestyle.

Margaret Dener

Account Coordinator

Margaret Dener

Account Coordinator

As an Account Coordinator, Margaret supports the rest of the account team on a variety of account management tasks, ensuring that daily operations run smoothly. Growing up in the North Shore, Margaret brings her passion and commitment to uplifting local MA businesses to her work with our client, the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism.

Margaret graduated from St. Lawrence University with a degree in Creative Writing and Government. Before ThinkArgus, she completed an internship at TimeOut London, where she wrote digital news posts and created content for social media.

In her free time, Margaret can be found reading or taking photographs.

Harriet Yellin

Finance

Harriet Yellin

Finance

Harriet is the financial guru at ThinkArgus, working with the COO and the account team to oversee all transactions, vendor payments, and client billing.

Harriet has had a wide-ranging career, from political strategist to theater producer. As founder and President of Yellin Media, she developed media strategies for political candidates and causes across the country, including a stint as National Media Director for the 1988 Dukakis for President Campaign.  Her experience in theater ranges from producer of off-Broadway shows like Forbidden Broadway and Forever Plaid to General Manager of Blue Man/Boston, which eventually led to a move to New York and a 10-year tenure as CFO of Blue Man Productions, where she managed all finances for seven national and international productions with gross revenues of $100 million.

She calls herself “semi-retired” but working at ThinkArgus helps to keep her out of trouble.

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