February 10, 2017
At its January 2017 Board meeting, Hanna Boys Center elected four new Regents to its Board of Directors: Jack Boland, founder and president of Baker Street Advertising, who will be serving on the development committee; Peter Connolly, a retired Wells Fargo executive who will be serving on the finance and investment committees; Frank Conway, corporate attorney with the Meyer Corporation, who will serve on the governance committee; and Mary Corroon, owner and president of Corroon Consulting, who will be serving on the development committee.
Hanna Boys Center is governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors composed of Trustees, which have fiduciary responsibilities; Regents, which act as advisors and serve on working committees; and Regents Emeritus, which serve as ambassadors for the organization. The Board is chaired by Bill Schrader, who is also chairman of Exchange Bank of Santa Rosa.
“Hanna’s Board members come from across Northern California and bring a wide variety of expertise and experience from both the for-profit and non-profit worlds. But we all share one common goal: creating positive, permanent change for at-risk youth in the Bay Area and, through the work of the Hanna Institute, throughout California. I’m so grateful for the willingness of our latest Board members to help in this critical work of overcoming the effects of trauma and adversity so prevalent among young people today,” noted Bill Schrader.
About Hanna Boys Center
Since 1945, Hanna Boys Center has changed the lives of thousands of at-risk, motivated youth through faith, education and caring, helping them grow into productive members of society. Hanna exists to help at-risk teens overcome the effects of childhood adversity—to become responsible, productive adults and realize their highest potential. We do this by providing a nurturing and therapeutic residential environment, a tailored educational model, and trained, caring adults who help kids create positive, permanent change in their lives. www.hannacenter.org
Contact: Christy Kenyon
Director of Marketing & Communications, Hanna Boys Center 707-933-2504, email@example.com
September 28, 2015
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Except this: Baker Street Advertising won Agency of the Year at the Internet Marketing Association’s IMPACT15 digital marketing conference.
When two of our leaders were invited to be keynote speakers at IMPACT15 in Las Vegas, we had no idea how far this ride would take us. We were honored to have our President and Founder, Jack Boland, and our Creative Chief, Brian Bacino, reppin’ on the main stage. They presented “Together We’re Giant,” a dive into digital sports marketing, alongside our client Tom McDonald, the SVP of Marketing at the San Francisco Giants.
And Don Donovan AKA the “Sherlock Holmes of Big Data” AKA our Chief Strategy Officer, presented “Cracking the Code of Big Data” in a breakout session. Other speakers included executives from global behemoths like Barnes & Noble Education, Oracle Data Cloud and Evite. So, yeah, we were already stoked to be a part of it.
But little did we know that more things to celebrate were coming our way. In addition to winning Digital Agency of the Year, Baker Street Advertising also took home four more IMPACT15 trophies in four distinct social media categories for three of our clients: the San Francisco Giants, Northern California Honda Dealers and Sun-Maid.
Community Engagement Leadership Award
San Francisco Giants: Big Speech as seen below:
Best Use of Twitter
San Francisco Giants: Together Were Giant
Facebook Customization Award
Northern California Honda Dealerships: #AskAnyHondaDriver Testimonial Campaign
YouTube Informational Award
Sun-Maid Raisins: Snacktivities
Check out the case study videos for the three winners listed above here: http://bakerstadvertising.com/proof/
So how do we think it happened?
According to BSA Prez Jack Boland: Our approach to marketing and our mantra is: Discovery. Creativity. Proof. From insight to strategically-sound creative to concrete results, winning these awards is a testament to our unique model.
BSAs Chief Creative Officer, Brian Bacino, adds This show is about getting results. Which we did, but I also think the judges couldnt resist falling in love with the creative.
Fellas, your staff agrees. And couldn’t be more excited about it.
Here’s a little more info on the Internet Marketing Association (IMA) and IMPACT15:
IMPACT15 is a three-day global conference focused on how to get your customers attention through innovation.
IMA is one of the fastest growing Internet marketing groups in the world, with more than 1,000,000 professional members in fields including sales, marketing, business ownership, programming and creative development. It provides a platform where proven Internet marketing strategies are demonstrated and shared to increase members’ value to their organizations. www.imanetwork.org
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