Anthony Mendicino, Senior Account Manager

Meet Senior Account Manager, Anthony Mendicino. With a background in journalism and communications, Anthony brings diverse experience and an impressive skillset to the MK team!

Prior to Mindful Kreative, Anthony served as Director of Communications at Green Building Alliance where he oversaw all internal and external communications, lead event promotion campaigns, developed strategic PR plans, and more! Also at Green Building Alliance, Anthony worked his way up through various positions, including Media and Marketing Coordinator and Communications and Development Consultant. Through these experiences, Anthony gained a deep understanding of media relations, and digital advertising and content creation.

Before Green Building Alliance, Anthony served many roles at The Globe, a publication of his alma mater, Point Park University, which allowed him to master his writing skills and working on a deadline.

Anthony’s proven track record of hard work and success, combined with his project management and relationship building skills make him an invaluable member of the MK team!

 

Discover More About Anthony:

Anthony grew up in Pittsburgh and has loved planting deeper roots here with his fiancée, Jasminne, and their dog, Duke. However, every now and then, Anthony does like to get away. Every summer he takes a trip to Rhode Island to spend quality time with family and soak up some sun at the beach. Traveling the world is on his bucket list, and he’d love to cross Italy off first.

In his free time Anthony loves to listen to music (or play it on his guitar- he’s been practicing for almost 17 years!), cook, and read sci-fi books.

  

If you could have a guest spot on any TV show, which one would you pick and why?

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. I’d love to hang out with Danny DeVito and ‘The Gang.’”

Three words that describe him best:

Passionate, compassionate, and sincere

Provide a random fact about yourself.

“I’m a trained butcher – worked in a small butcher shop throughout high school and college.”