Despite her youthful appearance, Amy has over 25 years experience in marketing and advertising. Prior to co-founding VOX, Amy spent six years at Arnold Worldwide, where she was Senior Vice President, Group Account Director. There, she supervised the Bose account, managing marketing programs for the Bose Acoustic Wave Music System and Bose Wave radio. Under her leadership, the sales volume for these products experienced significant growth.
Before joining Arnold, Amy held similar positions at Hill Holliday and Rossin Greenberg Seronick, where she worked on such diverse accounts as Marshalls Department Stores, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts, Sperry Top-Sider shoes, and Massport.
Before relocating to Boston, Amy held the position of Vice President, Director of Advertising at FidelityFederal Bank in Los Angeles. She served as a writer and consultant in the financial industry, with clients including Coast Savings, SeaFirst Bank, INVEST, Valley Bank of Nevada, and Bank of San Pedro.
Amy is originally from the Los Angeles area. She received her BA in Theater Arts from UCLA, but the quiet, sober world of acting proved no match for the fast pace and bright lights of advertising.
Partner, Interactive Director
As Chief Geek, Mitch supervises all interactive and systems development work for VOX clients. Mitch’s client experience includes work for Bose, MediaOne, Bell Atlantic, Sire Records, Boston Acoustics, Braid Media Arts, Northwestern University, and General Motors. His work for GM included the design of a virtual conference system projected to save the company $18 million in travel expenses. Try calculating that on a slide rule.
Prior to co-founding VOX, Mitch worked for Clearway Technologies, where he directed architecture and designed the customer experience—from the company’s launch to its acquisition. Mitch’s experience also includes help in establishing the interactive department of Arnold Worldwide. He also serves as a visiting lecturer, teaching courses in web design and development at the Art Institute of Boston.
Mitch is a Tufts graduate with a BS in Engineering Psychology (Human Factors). Mitch hails from Denver, the Mile High City, which explains his unusual body chemistry: he bleeds Bronco orange.