Greg began his career at CBS Radio, San Francisco, where he became an expert at placing long-form programming. Realizing that he could serve his clients more effectively on a nationwide scale, Greg left CBS to launch his own agency in 2008, and he’s never looked back. Since Advoke began, we’ve grown into a full-service agency with clients nationwide.
Greg enjoys studying classical Greek history and traveling the globe.
Rand was born into broadcasting, both of his parents having radio and television careers in New England. Rand has held nearly every media job imaginable, including music director, production director, account executive, programming director, and even morning show host. Rand puts his expertise to good use for our clients, overseeing creative, including producing and developing shows, voicing spots, and providing expert advice on lighting, show prep, and placement.
Rand enjoys golfing and following the New England Patriots.
Babette has been with Advoke since the beginning, as our fearless logistics general. There’s an old military adage: “Good generals study tactics; Great generals study logistics.” Babette is an expert at developing systems and infrastructure to make our clients’ campaigns run seamlessly, whether setting up clients’ media departments or integrating with established in-house teams. Babette brings more than 20 years of experience in administrative and financial management, and she enjoys directing the day-to-day operations of the agency to ensure that each client’s needs are anticipated and met.
Babette likes to go camping with her husband and three children, and their Shih Tzu, Dash.
Jay spent 18 years at America First Credit Union in Utah. He generated millions of dollars in revenue through digital marketing tactics. He has knowledge and experience in online lead generation and online conversion optimization. Before joining forces with Advoke Media, Jay had a very successful career selling digital and broadcast media in the Utah market as an Account Executive at Bonneville International.
Jay still plays basketball most weeks even into his forties. A few times a year his wife drags him around the world in search of whitewater rapids.