Ron was born and raised in rural northwestern, Pennsylvania. Following high school, he joined the Army where he rose to the rank of Captain, before beginning a career as an executive with a national home builder in Texas and Chicago where he held positions at the VP level overseeing Operations, Purchasing, Sales and Marketing.
Recognizing the growing potential of the Internet, Ron switched his focus to digital marketing, consulting for companies such as GMC, ConAgra, Mattel, and others. During this time, he published a book, while writing regularly for sites such as the Huffington Post, Yahoo Business, B2 Community, and the TODAY Show.
Recognizing the need for marketing strategies in rural manufacturing communities, Ron returned to his hometown in May of 2017 to co-found Bull Moose Progressive Marketing where he oversees client strategy development. He graduated from St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas with a degree in English Literature. He is active in the community serving on the board of the Crawford County Land Commission and as board VP at the Crawford County Historical Society.
Josh has spent over a decade reinventing and growing both nonprofit and for-profit companies. He began his professional career at a local museum close to the brink of financial collapse. While at this position, he gained valuable experience in managing capital campaigns, coordinating events, and has engaged in team building to achieve both fiscal and reputational growth.
He has brought this experience to the for-profit sector, co-founding Bull Moose Progressive Marketing and overseeing its business development functions. He and Ron work with an array of companies using comprehensive marketing strategies and digital resources. He is certified in both inbound marketing and inbound sales and has experience working with non-profit, small business, manufacturing, and tourism sectors.
Josh is a regular speaker at conferences, presenting digital marketing strategies and technology tools for business and nonprofits. He graduated with degrees in History and Secondary Education from Edinboro University. He is an occasional contributor on NPR, has authored two books on local history, serves on the board of the Crawford County Convention and Visitor's Bureau, and is the President of the Crawford County Historical Society.
Emily is a Crawford County native, born and raised in Jamestown, PA. Upon earning her Bachelor of Communication at Slippery Rock University, Emily began her professional career as a Marketing Project Manager in Fort Collins, CO.
Since moving back to PA, Emily has worked as an Account Executive assisting clients such as Ruby Tuesday, Rite Aid and The New York Philharmonic, on both traditional and digital media campaigns. Emily joined the Bull Moose team in June of 2018 as a Marketing Strategist.
Emily is a member of the SRU Student Advisory Board helping seniors prepare for professional success after graduation. She continues to volunteer for the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival, where she initially fell in love with marketing and PR during her internship in 2011.
Kelby is a new media innovator with 15+ years of experience in social media content, design, web development, SEO, marketing, email management, and community building. Carr facilitated and coordinated online and live brand promotions for dozens of major corporations including YouTube, Disney Parks, Hasbro, Dodge, Johnson & Johnson, CVS, Best Buy, Hallmark, Little Debbie, HP and many more. She’s been interviewed in major publications including Wall Street Journal, U.S. News & World Report, NBC and MSNBC.
Carr has been coding since 1982, social networking online since 1984, web publishing since 1992, blogging since 2002 and tweeting since 2007. She is the founder of one of the first conferences and online communities for influencers and digital marketers and author of Pinterest For Dummies and Pinterest Marketing For Dummies.
Kelby also spent 15 years as a journalist, earning several awards for her in-depth, investigative hard news pieces and travel writing. Her work has appeared in newspapers, on news wires, in national magazines, in books and online.
Progressive meets innovative as results-focused Bull Moose Marketing opens an Asheville office with digital marketing expert and Asheville local Kelby Carr.
Cody has lived most of his life in Meadville, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Meadville Area High School, he attended Pittsburgh Technical College and received an Associated Degree in Multimedia Technologies specializing in Web Development.
Starting out working with small marketing firms as a web developer, Cody then moved on to run a marketing and development department overseeing clients from small shops to large fortune 500 companies. Working toward developing their websites and online presence. Cody worked with a team to help multiple clients reach their marketing and online development goals.
As a web developer and online marketing strategist, he aims to help businesses with their online branding and web presence. Cody has 10+ years in the industry and is very skillful in the area of web development and online marketing. His passion for development and marketing of websites subsides all others and he will be sure to make your website your company's best marketing tool.
A West Virginia native and Pittsburgh transplant, Beth brings over five years of professional writing to the team at Bull Moose Marketing. As a creative mind with expertise in sharpening a brand's voice, Beth channels each business's unique story to develop engaging content and copy. Prior to joining the marketing industry, Beth spent seven years in the energy sector, including time as Document Supervisor for a Fortune 500 company.
In addition to crafting compelling copy for businesses, Beth is also a passionate pop culture & lifestyle writer and a certified Rotten Tomatoes film critic. Her work has been featured in online publications such as TravelZoo, SyFy, BirthMoviesDeath, ParentMap, SheKnows, HelloGiggles, and Bustle. You can also find her parenting musings on her personal blog The Babbling Blonde (www.babblingblonde.com).
Beth holds an undergraduate degree from Fairmont State University where she studied English, Technical Writing, and Journalism. In December she will graduate from Gannon University in Erie with a Masters in English Literature. She currently resides in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
Before embracing web design, Nuno was a scriptwriter and worked in creative design and advertising in his native country, Portugal. His websites reflect these prior work experiences on the screen: the sense of storytelling, the clean aesthetics and layout compositions, and, above all, the understanding that a website is a vehicle to get a message across.
As a web designer and developer, Nuno has done work for multinational businesses and institutions like Getty Images, Doctors Without Borders and Dazed Media, but his true passion is to work with entrepreneurs, local business owners and community leaders who understand and appreciate the value of a website to achieve their goals and ambitions. That was the case when he was a freelance web designer in New York City, and it continues to be so now that he lives in Meadville and is a part of the Bull Moose Marketing team.
A firm believer that developing a website doesn’t need to be intimidating or stressful, Nuno’s commitment to making the process accessible, painless - and even fun - guides his work from the first meeting with prospective clients to launch day and beyond.
As an Army Brat, Jennifer has roots all over the world. She returned to the United States from the UK after graduating high school to obtain her undergraduate degree in Communications Sciences and Disorders at James Madison University. After that, she went on to earn a Master of Education degree at the University of Maryland, College Park and her Juris Doctor at Duquesne University.
Jen is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and in the United States District Court for the Western District of PA. Her legal career has centered around compliance and contract analysis and negotiations. As an attorney, Jen has worked in-house at a Fortune-500 corporation, a Pittsburgh-based boutique law firm, and for her own LLC. While in graduate school, she got her first taste of marketing as an account manager for a marketing firm in Baltimore. She taught in secondary education in Pittsburgh Public Schools before entering Duquesne University’s School of Law.
Currently, Jen also serves as an Academic Support Specialist in the Office of Disabilities at Allegheny College and sits on the board of directors for the Meadville Neighborhood Center. When she isn’t working, Jen enjoys spending time with her wife, daughter, and fur children and loves to tackle DIY home projects.