Creative Development and Direction
Lori Greenberg has been a graphic designer and creative director for over 20 years. Her design and writing have appeared on the pages of WWD, W, and Woman's Day; and also in the books East Village '85 and SOHO: A Guide, A Documentary.
Greenberg, who received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design, has served as Creative Lead on Hartnick Consulting’s Thiagi Group, PACE: Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement, NewYork-Presbyterian, New York City Department of Small Business Services, Asian American Business Development Center, and Arcadia Aviation assignments. Additionally, Greenberg’s personal clients have included FNY (Furniture New York), Bette Midler’s New York Restoration Project, and the Municipal Art Society.
Regan Healey has played a key role on Hartnick Consulting Macaulay Honors College at CUNY, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NewYork-Presbyterian, and United Way of New York City event teams.
Healey, who began her event planning career at Goldman Sachs, has also planned and managed numerous events for the New York Hall of Science, the Harlem Episcopal School and Bank Street College of Education. She received her BA in Political Philosophy, Public Policy and Organizational Theory from U.C. Berkeley.Back to top.
Web Development and Project Management
Brooke Bessert develops advertising micro sites, HTML emails, online advertising banners, online sweepstakes, paid search marketing programs, and viral/social marketing strategies; and also provides copywriting and usability consulting for clients including Condé Nast, PlanetOut, Reader’s Digest Association, and Smithsonian.
Ms. Bessert, who received her BS in Economics from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in Marketing, has developed Web sites, micro sites, e-mails, and ad banners for Hartnick Consulting clients including United Way of New York City, the Support Center for Nonprofit Management, The New School, and The Human Resource Planning Society.Back to top.
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