PORTSMOUTH, NH (Jan. 18, 2018) – Digital design firm Mad*Pow has launched 2018 with seven new employees to continue supporting its growth.
Emily Meehan joins the Portsmouth headquarters as a Client Experience Director, building on experience gained at Stanford University, Epsilon, Intelliworks, Hobsons, and Yankee Group.
Also in Portsmouth, Ryan Queenan joins as Marketing and Event Specialist, responsible for all Mad*Pow conferences and other external events. He previously has worked at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA; the Whittemore Center at UNH, and the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce.
In Boston, Aidan Hudson-Lapore, Liz Kay, Lindsey Messervy, Emilea Avery, and Sarah Esaa Hasonjee join the agency.
Hudson-Lapore, a Behavior Change Designer, turned her Mad*Pow internship into a full-time position after earning a joint degree from Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University.
Kay joins the Business Development group as a director, building on her experience from the New England Aquarium, WBZ-TV, Northern Light Productions, Cramer, and precisioneffect.
Messervy joins the Organizational Design team. Her wide experience includes positions at Atrius Health, the Business Innovation Factory, Ximedica, and Lextant.
Avery and Hasonjee both join Mad*Pow’s Experience Research team Avery was a UX research assistant at Bentley University, where she received her Master’s degree.
Hasonjee earned an MD at Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons before deciding to transition to the design world. She interned at Mad*Pow for most of 2017 and became a full-time employee this month.
Founded in 2000, Mad*Pow leverages strategic design and the psychology of motivation to create innovative experiences and compelling digital solutions that are good for people and good for business. Our senior team of strategists, designers, behavior change experts, technologists, and creative thinkers collaborate with clients like Truth®, Cigna, Fidelity, USAA, Google, and Cleveland Clinic to solve real-world problems and positively impact people’s lives.