ThinkArgus Names Caitlin Dodge As CEO
ThinkArgus Founder, Lucas Guerra, announced today that Chief Operating Officer, Caitlin Dodge, has been named the company’s new Chief Executive Officer.
An experienced and insightful leader with over 15 years of experience, Caitlin assumed responsibilities as the new year kicked-off.
“I’m proud of the work ThinkArgus is doing every day, partnering with purpose-driven clients to solve their most challenging communications issues,” said Guerra. The company is coming off the best year ever, having recently secured several new major clients, including Combined Jewish Philanthropies, the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism, and Fallon Health. All and all, we are experiencing rapid growth with a bright future ahead of us, and that’s largely due to Caitlin’s leadership over the past three years.”
Dodge has built her career in marketing and advertising, working with some of Massachusetts’ largest public sector and nonprofit organizations on critical branding and campaign efforts. She has played a pivotal role in growing ThinkArgus and building its reputation of developing effective campaigns across mediums and audiences. She is committed to continuing to do work that matters both locally and nationally.
“Working with purpose-driven organizations is what brought me here, and what keeps me here. And in a world where purpose means more than ever to companies, organizations, and the world at large, there is an opportunity to offer our expertise on a broader scale,” said Dodge.
Caitlin first joined ThinkArgus as a Senior Account Manager in 2013 and has contributed invaluable expertise and unwavering commitment to the company’s growth, honing her leadership skills as Account Director, Director of Client Services, and most recently, Chief Operating Officer.
ThinkArgus is a minority-owned, women-led marketing, branding, and communications agency founded in 1994. Focusing on purpose-driven and social impact clients in the public, non-profit, and for-profit spaces, ThinkArgus tackles the toughest communications challenges and changes the narrative for complex organizations by building brands, communications systems, messaging, and campaigns that elevate organizations and connect with stakeholders in a meaningful way. In 2021, ThinkArgus was named to the Inc 5000 list, and as one of Boston Business Journal’s Largest Minority-Owned Businesses in Massachusetts.