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With over twenty years of experience, Lori Davis has made it her mission to help teams get to better ideas faster. Whether that involved managing the highly disruptive T-Mobile business at Publicis Seattle, leading the $600MM global Licensed Business Unit of Activision Publishing, contributing to the phenomenal growth of digital agency Space 150, or utilizing her strategic and creative abilities to contribute to the success of an array of clients – including Burger King, Microsoft, Payless, Polaroid, General Mills, Coca-Cola and Xbox – her relentless pursuit of original ideas has resulted in five Effie winning campaigns. Named one of the 2007 “25 Women to Watch” by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Lori spends her free time mentoring the next generation of creative leaders.
Brian has been heading up accounting operations at Martin Williams since he joined in July of 2000. In 2014, he was named the agency’s Chief Financial Officer. Before joining Martin Williams, Brian worked at Pillsbury in various positions in their finance department. Prior to that he was an auditor at Allianz Life Insurance, and he cut his financial teeth as a CPA at KPMG. Brian earned his accounting degree from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota. Which sounds like a totally made-up town. So we’re not even sure if that last part is true. But this we do know for certain. He is an amazingly accomplished accordion player and also quite good with numbers.
Steve began his writing career in third grade, crafting campaign propaganda for his friend Kevin, who was running for student council on the platform of more bombardment and less crappy hot lunches. (Kevin won in a landslide.) He joined Martin Williams in 2006 as VP, Group Creative Director and has led some very successful campaigns for Raymond James, FINNEGANS Irish Ales, Marvin Windows and Doors, Cargill, Beautyrest and Wolverine, among others. Prior to Martin Williams, he was a Creative Director at Carmichael Lynch, where he created heralded work for Porsche, IKEA, Harley-Davidson, American Standard, Rapala and Jack Link’s Jerky. The Messin’ with Sasquatch campaign, now in its seventh year, has made Jack Link’s the global leader with fifty percent market share. And that’s the mathematical truth. His work has been kindly recognized by Communication Arts, The One Show, British D&AD, the Clios, EFFIES, the MPA Kelly Awards, Graphis and the Minneapolis Show.
Greg has been lucky to work with some amazing brands during his career, including Timex, Starbucks, Jim Beam Bourbon, Dog Chow and Travelers Insurance. On his way to Martin Williams, he worked at Life Time Fitness, managing the Creative Services group. Prior to that, he was a Group Account Director at Fallon, where he ran the global business for Nestle Purina PetCare. Midwest from the get-go, Greg grew up in Nebraska, attended college in Illinois, and started his professional life as a media planner in St. Louis. He lives in south Minneapolis with his wife Barb. They have two college-age children, and are enjoying life in the empty nest. Besides work and family, Greg will happily discuss his interest in maps, travel and his dog Charlie.