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Harlow

A Bone With: Harlow

Bone selection: King Size Shin Bone

What do you plan to do with this bone: I’ve developed a three-step plan:

  1. Look at it (briefly)
  2. Eat it (entirely)
  3. Burp (repeatedly)

Questions:

Describe your average day in five (or so) words: How about five letters? S. L. E. E. P.

Do you know any tricks: Listen, I don’t call them “tricks.” I get paid for services rendered. The payment just happens to come in the form of delicious treats, pats on the head, and belly rubs. I can deliver a sit, shake, lay-down, stay, come and fetch.

Favorite thing about coming to the office: There are at least 50 garbage cans to investigate. Two words: GOLD MINE

Story behind your name: My family is into classic movies and they have an appreciation for film stars of yesteryear. I’m named after the actress Jean Harlow. Other dogs in the family have been Greta and Audrey.

Social:

Annoying social habit: Everyone keeps using these emojis. I don’t know what half of those things mean. C’mon, can’t we just stick to smiley faces? When you’re happy all the time, it’s all you need. ☺

Instagram or Facebook: All Instagram. Look at this face. I was born to be photographed.

Dogs or people: Wait?!?!? Are you saying dogs aren’t people? I’m a people. I am a people… I am.

Best or worst walk you’ve been on: Every day. I love my noon walks with Lisa.

CPG:

Wet food or dry: Dry. It’s easy to crunch and crumbs spread all over the kitchen floor—which makes it more fun to eat.

Favorite treat: Duh! Frosty Paws. Perfect on a hot summer day.

Favorite toy: Random shoes I find near the front door. Perfect for chewing. Nike and Adidas taste the best.

What was on the last plate you licked: I think that was pizza. Might have been a hoagie. Might have been pizza AND a hoagie. I’m 90% sure it was from Mineo’s. The plate was left on a coffee table just at my height, just within my reach. Had to be for me, right?

David H
David H
Vice President of Engagement

David helps clients envision how the web can improve their business and then devises a plan to achieve that vision.

It all started at First Consulting Group, where David led numerous complex projects, ranging from large-scale network upgrades to first-generation web sites for NYU. Since then he has amassed over a dozen years experience in strategic planning, web development, online marketing, web 2.0 consulting, digital PR, mobile marketing and a bunch of other stuff most people don’t understand - engineering web successes for numerous clients.

Before joining Smith Brothers, David spent seven years at Ripple Effects Interactive managing the company’s largest and most complex accounts, ultimately becoming the EVP of Strategy and Marketing. He also oversaw both the user experience and online marketing departments. He maintains a depth of knowledge with regard to usability heuristics and industry best practices across the interactive spectrum (quite a mouthful, huh?).

Throughout his career, David has worked with major brands such as American Eagle Outfitters, Coke, National City Bank, GlaxoSmithKline, Carnegie Mellon University, Cornell University and the Pennsylvania Tourism Office.

He holds a BA in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Pittsburgh and a Masters in the same ultra-techie sounding major from Ohio University.