To the outside world, or at least to those of us who are not tech-savvy, Vice President Gary Nuzzi can work magic. With an impressive background in the digital space, and a keen understanding of Washington D.C.’s political and advocacy landscape, Gary is uniquely poised to lead Adfero’s team of web developers and project managers. But Gary’s greatest strength, perhaps, is his sixth sense-like ability to interpret a client’s desires for a project and deliver jaw-dropping results. Any digital firm can follow directions, but Gary knows how to read between the lines and produce work that meets clients’ expectations to a T while simultaneously pushing the technology envelope.
Gary genuinely enjoys staying ahead of the latest trends in the interactive space. He works hard to educate both staff and clients on emerging technologies that can help us communicate more effectively with our target audiences. Gary is also exceptionally goal and results-oriented, and stands behind strategies that will deliver the highest possible return on investment for clients. In the past year, the interactive team has launched an online magazine, built a slew of cutting-edge mobile applications and created interactive infographics. “I’m proud that we have played key role on many public awareness campaigns that have truly shaped the debate in Washington,” he said.
Before joining Adfero, Gary honed his account management skills at Burson-Marsteller and cut his teeth in the digital space at the Brookings Institute. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Gary’s hobbies are just as sophisticated as his professional expertise: he admits that he is “slightly obsessive” about collecting vinyl records, and is always on the lookout for Japanese pressings of American Jazz albums.