President, Executive Creative Director
A co-founder of MillerVolpe in 2001, Geordie Miller leads all creative and strategic branding services for the award-winning ad agency. Geordie cut his teeth on Madison Avenue (well, actually on 48th and Third), where he started his career as an advertising copywriter in 1985. He continued to hone his marketing and advertising skills at Omnicom and Interpublic Group agencies, working on major accounts including KFC, Coppertone, and Kodak, as well as b2b and pharmaceutical brands in New York, Philadelphia and Princeton. Geordie studied advertising at the School of Visual Arts and is a graduate of Duke University. Much to his wife and kids’ chagrin, he still gloats about “his basketball team.”
Vice President, Creative Director, Art
“Appasionata,” as her Italian grandparents would have described her, agency co-founder Lisa Volpe leads the operations, art direction and design for the agency. Lisa grew up in the world of pharmaceutical advertising and marketing in Philadelphia and Princeton agencies, working on major brands for Merck, Novartis, Pfizer, Novo Nordisk, and Bristol Myers Squibb, to name a few. Lisa studied commercial design at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Her artistic passions extend to the kitchen as well, where she regularly creates colorful and delicious organic cuisine.
Lead Account Director
Known especially for her sunny disposition (ask to see her business card) Kristi Newman leads all day-to-day client services for MillerVolpe. Her expertise includes brand development, campaign management, and marketing planning and execution. She has worked for numerous full-service agencies on major accounts including Novartis, Cephalon, Dynex Capital, and St. Mary Healthcare. Kristi graduated from East Stroudsburg University, where she studied Business Management and Marketing Communications. She and her husband have three kids and a silly dog. Or is it three silly kids and a dog? Anyhow…
Lead Art Director
Loved by clients for making them look really good, Cindy leads the art direction and design work at MillerVolpe. Having spent most of her career working at Creative Strategy Group and Dudnyk, Cindy has focused on brand concept and design development and managing print production, photography, and 3D illustration. She has won awards for corporate identity, annual reports, marketing collateral, direct mail, web design, and promotional products. Cindy is a graduate of Arcadia University, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. She lives with her husband and daughter in a house she has decorated with love and awesome art direction.
Lead Digital Director
Combining his experience as an on-air graphic designer for the Late Show with David Letterman, a senior UX designer for e-commerce site AhaLife.com, and a lead role in the redesign of the US Postal Service website (usps.com), Jason brings high-level digital design and development experience to MillerVolpe. He has also spent time honing his skills on major accounts including CBS, Bank of America, and working at MRM/McCann. Jason received his degree from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Considering his hobbies are weightlifting and competitive poker, don’t bet against him.
Lead Online Strategy
Mark Zuckerburg wasn’t even 10 years old when Rob started his digital marketing career. He now leads all digital brand strategy for MillerVolpe. With a focus on online customer acquisition and content marketing, Rob has guided hundreds of projects, led workshops for trade conferences, government organizations, and industry groups, and managed multi-language campaigns for international websites. His major clients have included Novartis, Merck, and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, and he has produced online marketing conferences with Google, Facebook, Bing, Yahoo, Kijiji, and Travelocity. Rob holds advanced degrees from McGill University in Social Psychology and Journalism, and has artistic training from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design.
Sparky is in charge of all security and play time at MillerVolpe. Strong but loving, Sparky never barks orders. But he has been known to eat bad ideas for lunch.