Meet the Wheelock Marketing Team
Stephen Dill manages all marketing and (non-PR) communications for Wheelock College. He is responsible for Wheelock's branding, all digital marketing, advertising, campus signage, and traditional collateral in support of undergraduate and graduate admissions, as well as all academic departments. Stephen is implementing a content marketing strategy that will transform how students and influencers find Wheelock. He joined Wheelock in 2011 with more than 20 years of marketing experience.
The first vice president of interactive marketing at State Street Corp, he left to create SRD InterActive, offering marketing and social media consulting. Experience as director of consulting for a Web startup, CEO of an online exchange for electronic parts, and a partner in a sales outsourcing company have rounded out his technical, communications, and management skills.
Digital Marketing and Content Manager
Marie Gendron manages content for the Wheelock website, works with departments across the College to develop and update printed materials, and creates some of the most important and impactful emails Wheelock sends out in support of admissions, the President, and academic departments. She joined Wheelock in 2011 after a career as a reporter and editor for variety of print and online publications, including The Boston Herald, Herald Interactive, the Boston Business Journal, and CFO Magazine. She was also a longtime content contributor to The Bridgespan Group, which specializes in improving management practices at nonprofit organizations, and has taught courses in online journalism at Bentley University.
Jake Wilkenfeld-Mongillo leads the marketing team at Wheelock College. He is responsible for Wheelock's branding, digital marketing, advertising, campus signage, and traditional collateral in support of undergraduate and graduate admissions, as well as all academic departments. Previously holding a position as a Project Manager, Jake began working for Wheelock in the Fall of 2012, shortly after moving to Boston from Brooklyn, NY. He worked previously in digital strategy in the superintendent's office at Boston Public Schools, as communications manager at Hazon, a Jewish environmental nonprofit, as product manager at an independent record label, and was on the programming staff with Hillel at the University of Arizona and the University of Connecticut.