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The Crew

Meet the makers of the tall, cool glass of Intellitonic

Jared Keller, Principal

Jared came to us with over 10 years experience in business management, software engineering, and product development. He is a founding member and previous VP of Engineering for Conversica, an organization focused on sales automation software powered by machine learning. He’s a stand up guy, loves to talk shop over beers, and in general, is a huge nerd.

Courtney Rambo, Director

Court is a recent MBA graduate, and former Marketing Project Manager and Adwords specialist for SPIE, a nonprofit society for engineers in optics and photonics. She does not stop until the job is done, and has been done well. Best of all, she is pure of heart – when the clerk at the grocery store forgot to ring her up for her favorite bottle of gin, she made sure to correct him.

Alex Bruner, Intellitonic Founder

Alexander Bruner, Founder

Alex managed SEO, PPC, and Social Media for the Tribune Company’s digital marketing agency, overseeing the web efforts of thousands of clients. While servicing clients of the LA Times, Chicago Tribune, Sun Sentinel, and other Tribune properties Alex was exposed to tactics and strategies for both small businesses and Fortune 500’s. Alex’s long-term dream has been to turn his digital marketing skills towards making the world a better place, and Intellitonic’s focus on helping nonprofits provides that opportunity.

Meet Our Team!

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Maia Barnett, Undergrad Student

Maia is very curious and interested about learning the components of digital marketing. She has a creative outlook on various ideas and works well with others. Her career as a collegiate athlete has taught her the advantages of hard work and seeing how challenges are rewarding. She is a busy body that loves a chai tea latte to get her going.

Jacob Bonner, MBA Student

An MBA candidate at Western Washington University, Jacob has a ‘can-do’ attitude and a passion for building relationships. When not studying or working, he can be found rock climbing or long boarding (weather permitting). As an Intern for Intellitonic, it’s Jacob’s goal to get a deeper understanding of the non-profit world and make his mark before beginning his career in digital marketing.

Frank Marcinkowski, Technical Intern

A cybersecurity student at WCC and prior U.S. Custom’s agent, Frank knows the importance of teamwork as well as creating and implementing secure infrastructure. He moved to the Pacific Northwest a few years ago to bike in the clouds and work on the virtual ones, and is regularly dressed as though a hike could break out at any moment.

Why work with our marketing agency?

We’re good to the core, but a little bad to the bone