Pam is the primary HTML programmer and graphic designer of the company, handling most of the front-end web design and coding. She is an active member of the Business Membership Committee of Heritage Conservancy, the Women in Business Committee of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and was a past president of the Doylestown Business & Community Alliance. She is also one of the founding members of the Bucks County Women's Business Forum.
As a testament to "clients becoming friends", Mary Ann met Pam and Jack in 2002 when she chose Mikula Web Solutions to create a website for her small business. In a sense, she never left the fold! Mary Ann joined Mikula Web Solutions in 2005, and as a Project Manager is responsible for the expeditious completion of website projects, Internet marketing and social media. She is an active member of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce, and spends part of her time expanding the reach of BucksCountyAlive.com - our online community resource.
Jack has been involved in website design since 1995. Previously, he was a systems analyst and software developer in various defense-related projects. During his career in website design, he has programmed several hundred database-driven web projects, including numerous custom membership website applications. He is active in various community activities, including the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and the Heritage Conservancy, and is past president of the Doylestown Business & Community Alliance. He is also one of the original founders of First Friday Doylestown.
After acquiring his MBA in finance and passing the Certified Financial Analyst exam, Mark left the trading floor for a career in Internet Advertising. Whether he's generating website traffic through PPC search campaigns or CPM display advertising, Mark is thrilled with the new challenges clients face every day. As an Adwords Certified Professional, Mark has experience with large mega-corporation campaigns as well as small-budget and start-up companies. Mark is a numbers-cruncher. From his first nickel poker game in the fifth grade to his ten years as a floor trader on the stock exchange, Mark's life experience has prepped him for building the analytical foundation on which every successful ROI-driven marketing campaign must rest. So when it comes to Pay-Per-Click marketing where ROI is everything, there is no better fit for this numbers enthusiast.
Karen Gross specializes in comprehensive communications and buzz building services including copywriting, editing, and developing effective promotional tools including e-newsletters and social media. She is frequently called upon by clients to write website copy that captures their unique story; create or enhance a company's Facebook page; design e-newsletters that drive awareness and business; and plan promotional strategies for events and performances. Prior to launching her own business, Karen served as the communications manager for the National Constitution Center, handled publicity for the award-winning Arden Theatre Company, and directed sales, marketing and public relations for the "Best of Philly"-winning City Food Tours. She offers her clients an invaluable journalist's perspective, having also served as editor in chief of WHERE MAGAZINE in Philadelphia for over three years, as the founding news editor of the BUCKS COUNTY HERALD newspaper, and as a contributing writer for PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE among other publications.
Kitty is a Brand Steward. Creating, supporting and promoting brand standards through marketing strategies, she manages a consistent message both written and visual. Working with corporations or sole proprietors Kitty builds a united alliance to drive better outcomes. Understanding the consumer's need, focusing the message and creating design that will engage, educate and empower them to act, that comes from managing a cohesive brand, uniting teams, and motivating leadership. Kitty clients have included Rodale, Reader's Digest, PatientPoint, American Hospital Patient Guides, ARI, Philadelphia Phillies, Woodcraft, Leigh University, Jerry Baker books, Old House Journal, and more.