Margo Shear Fischgrund, Account Supervisor
Meet Account Supervisor, Margo Shear Fischgrund. An award-winning communicator with a background in broadcast television and higher education, Margo comes to Mindful Kreative from the University of Pittsburgh. While there, she was responsible for driving internal and external communications strategies, recently winning five 2020 Golden Quill Awards for video and written projects.
Margo also built an impressive skillset at the University of Maryland where she created and implemented a new strategy for distributing undergraduate mass communications for the University of Maryland’s second-largest college and produced on-air topical promotions of newscasts for Washington D.C.’s CBS affiliate station.
In her various roles, Margo learned the importance of asking questions and wearing many hats, which is why her curiosity and diverse background is such an asset to both Mindful Kreative and our clients. Her can-do personality and positive attitude make her equipped for any challenge and a great addition to the Mindful Kreative team.
Discover More About Margo
Although Margo loves her hometown of Pittsburgh, one of her biggest passions is traveling the world with her husband, Justin. They have covered many corners of the world, some of their favorites being Italy, Ireland and Spain. And her love of travel certainly explains her favorite TV show to binge – House Hunters International.
As the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor, one of Margo’s prominent life mottos learned from her grandfather is to never take anything for granted and to work hard. She values friends and family, who she loves entertaining and cooking for. Margo describes herself as personable, loyal and hardworking and thinks her family would definitely agree (we do too)!
If you could meet one person, living or dead, who would it be?
Do you have any hidden talents?
“I can recite all 50 states in alphabetical order.”
What is one communication tip you’d like to offer?
“Know your objectives. Asking “What are we trying to accomplish?” may sound like an obvious question, but, surprisingly, it’s not always a given.”