Meet multi-tasker extraordinaire and project mastermind Annie Lewis. She plays a vital role in our clients’ successes, which is why we consider her our team MVP, or Most Valuable Project Manager. She not only remains involved with projects from conception to completion, but also puts in extra innings to keep everything and everyone on track.
With ten years of experience in the communications industry, Annie has polished her skills in the planning and implementation of strategic marketing tactics, project management, internship program administration and public relations. An award-winning professional, her greatest talents include strategic planning, project management, holistic event coordination, media outreach and campaign development.
Prior to Mindful Kreative, Annie got her start in communications working in the marketing department at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium. Subsequently, she served as a Media Coordinator for the Pittsburgh Colts Football Organization and Account Coordinator at Jack Horner Communications Inc.
Annie holds a Bachelor of Science in Communication/Mass Media Arts and Journalism from Clarion University of Pennsylvania.
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Annie became interested in the communications field after her father inspired her to learn more about graphic design. She found the communications aspect rather exciting and learned quickly that no day is ever the same! She has come to appreciate the team environment at Mindful Kreative and enjoys the other folks she gets to work with as well.
When Annie isn’t hard at work, you might find this outdoor enthusiast hiking, swimming or biking, as well as exploring all that Pittsburgh and its surrounding areas have to offer. She also enjoys spending quality time with her husband, daughter and two cats.
Two to three words that describe her best: Creative and organized.
Personal motto: “If you keep doing what you have always done, you will get what you have always gotten.”
If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? I would love to learn how to make really great wine and open a winery one day. How awesome would that be?