We forge and foster authentic client partnerships through innovation, trust and courage.
We hear and honor each unique voice within our team and fearlessly weave together Mogo’s mission with the individual passions and goals of our people.
We’re a close-knit community delivering success to our clients, and cultivating the personal and professional success of every human on our team.
Because after all - it’s about being good humans, especially to each other.
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As CEO of Mogo Marketing, Doug has spent 15 years developing cutting-edge marketing and media solutions for clients and partners. In 2011, Doug established MogoARTS, developing a high-impact vertical within the arts and non-profit communities. Doug is an industry leader and true thinker, and has spoken at a number of industry events, including the AMA Symposium for Marketing of Higher Education, the Tessitura Users Conference, and the National Arts Marketing Project. In 2014, with Doug’s fearless leadership, Mogo was recognized as #49 on the list of the Bay Area’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies. Mogo was also named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in the nation in 2015.
Julie oversees the MogoARTS Marketing division, building partnerships with cultural organizations across the U.S. and Canada. Julie is a seasoned and respected arts marketer, having risen through the marketing ranks for over 18 years at San Francisco Ballet, where she eventually served as Director of Marketing and Communications. Julie thrives on working closely with clients to find innovative solutions to today’s arts marketing challenges and needs. In her “free” time, Julie spends time with her husband and two teenage daughters, and enjoys cooking, walking, gardening, and of course - the arts!
As one of Mogo’s original founders, Sheri brings 20 years of media and management experience to the organization. She serves as CFO, providing Mogo critical financial and strategic oversight. Sheri is a mother to twin teenage daughters, a relentless early-morning gym-goer, and a dedicated community volunteer.
Danielle brings nearly a decade of digital advertising experience to her role as the Director of Operations at Mogo. She is well versed and experienced in digital strategy, project and operations management, and solution/systems implementation.
As the primary steward of Mogo’s culture, Anna is passionate about cultivating a collaborative, fun work environment filled with engaged, empowered and enthusiastic team members. Anna brings over 20 years of experience in staffing and HR to Mogo and is responsible for all areas of HR including finding and hiring great talent. Anna is married, raised 2 children to adulthood, liberated them from the nest...and now they are back.
Jill brings over 15 years experience in Marketing and Client Services to Mogo. She is relentless in her pursuit of client success, working with the Client Services team to deliver high-performing campaigns and the utmost client satisfaction to all of Mogo’s partners. An aspiring shutterbug, Jill fills her free time chasing her two small children on the eternal quest for that perfect shot.
Jonathon joined Mogo from the digital performance agency Efficient Frontier, acquired by Adobe. Jonathon comes from a background of finance and accounting and is effective in applying these analytical skills to Mogo client campaigns and the Mogo Digital Lab. Jonathon graduated from Saint Mary’s College of California with a BS in Business Administration and Economics. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, concerts and watching the 49ers or Giants.
I would tell my 16 year old self: "You're so cool. You're so cool. You're so cool"
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Travel often, keep learning, never give up on your dreams and remember to stop and smell the roses.
My battle cry: I will ride into battle on the jabberwocky, wielding Excalibur, crying out, "STARFISH!"
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: I'd give you advice but you'd do the opposite of what I tell you anyway....
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Don't sweat the small stuff -save your energy for the important battles.
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Don't believe the hype, Y2K isn't real!
My battle cry: I will ride into battle on an ostrich, wielding a devastatingly high Christian Louboutin black patent leather pump, exclaiming "MORE KINDNESS!"
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: It's important to shift the SUV into Neutral before putting it into 4WD
I would tell my 16 year old self "Please get a haircut"
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: "Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and enjoy the journey." - Babs Hoffman
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Ask for it. The worst they can say is no.
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Follow your intuition and don't question it.
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Do everything the same, your life turns out great.
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Stop worrying about the opinion of others and be yourself!
My personal robot would work out at the gym for me - and also figure out what to cook for dinner every night!
If I had a personal robot: If I can program my robot to be Martha Stewart, my life will be complete.
If I had a personal robot: It would would cook dinner because I can only make one meal. And I'm getting really tired of spaghetti.
My personal robot would look like a squirrel. Squirrel? Did you say you saw a squirrel?
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Study abroad!
If I had a personal robot: My robot would clean my apartment, do my laundry and provide massages on command.
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Freckles make you look younger as you age.
My Battle Cry: LEEROYYY! JEEENKIINNSSSS!
Battle Cry: I'd ride into battle on a tiger made of lightning with a trident yelling ROCK N' ROLL!!!
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: The west coast really is the best coast...buy that one way ticket to California!!
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: "Make it a priority to travel internationally as much as you can."
My battle cry: I am riding into battle screaming "So much depends upon," holding the Collected Correspondence of Charles Olson and Robert Creeley. .
I will go into battle with the mach 1 Airwolf helicopter, capable of atmospheric flight, and armed to the teeth with missiles, lasers, and guns.
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Be Yourself, everyone else is already taken
I would ride into battle on a pterodactyl attempting to mimic its cry while wielding a bow and arrow...think of me as the Katniss of the sky. Must maintain all the air superiority!
I would tell my 16 year old self "Spend as much time with your family as you can, and soak up all of their life lessons because they know what they are talking about."
If I had a personal robot, he would be the best in the biz at trading stocks.
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Take the summer trip to Alaska. You'll have the rest of your life to work!
My personal robot would park my car for me everyday in San Francisco! (and drive me to work from time to time)
I would ride into war with Jon Snow reborn as Snow White and would keep calm and carry on because we gots the Valyrian Steel
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: There's no easy way to say this, so I'm just gonna come out and say it: Paul McCartney is going to collaborate with Kanye West. You won't see it coming, just be prepared.
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Google is going to be the biggest company in the world, so in 2004 sell that VW Jetta you are driving around and buy stock!
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Hoverboards are still not available to the general public.
What I'd tell my 16 year-old self: Diet coke is not a food group!