Aria has a decade of experience motivating young people to take action through DoSomething.org campaigns such as Teens for Jeans, Thumb Wars, and Comeback Clothes. She has created brand partnerships with H&M, Coca-Cola, Sprint, JetBlue, and Toyota, and she has helped scale DoSomething.org to 4.9 million members in 125 countries today. Aria is one of the first ten World Economic Forum Global Shapers, she’s passionate about social justice, and she thinks the name “Aria” is becoming way too popular.
Meredith's passion for creativity and innovation leads her to challenge traditional thinking and deliver the very best work for TMI's clients. Her career has spanned both client and agency roles. Prior to joining TMI, Meredith created ILostABet.org and led client work with Sam's Club, White House Black Market, Dirt Devil, and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Meredith is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School and loves exploring every nook and cranny of New York City with her husband and two girls.
Lisa has been with TMI since day one and has led strategy for many of the agency's largest clients. She’s an expert in all things young people—from messaging to user experience to SMS/mobile strategy. Outside of TMI, Lisa is on the junior board of Education Through Music and is a volunteer counselor at Crisis Text Line. She thrives on live music, loves to hip hop dance, and speaks Swahili.
Greg builds innovative, cross-sector partnerships that positively impact people and the planet. Prior to joining TMI, Greg managed strategic alliances at the not-for-profit First Book, where he partnered with Target, Teach For America, and Demand Media to deliver millions of new books to kids in need. Greg is a Michigan Ross MBA, Dance Marathon alum, and an all-heart, little-skill triathlete.
Maahika specializes in working with clients that address challenges in education, health, and social inequality. In her work with TMI clients, Maahika draws on her past experiences with Health Leads and the education initiative Providence Talks. In her spare time, Maahika is writing her memoir, tentatively entitled I Think I Lost My Invisibility Cloak: The True Confessions of A Mistaken Muggle.
Kary equips powerhouse brands like Keds, H&R Block, and United Way with the tools that motivate millennials to take social action. Kary is devoted to women’s empowerment, social and economic justice, and is an ally to anyone that feels they might not have a voice (or a choice). She also loves to travel, has an encyclopedic knowledge of pop culture, and is perpetually on the hunt for the best pizza in NYC.
Marie guides clients in developing communications and calls to action that resonate with young people. She currently works with PwC to enhance their internal Corporate Responsibility programming and with Malala Fund to build a global movement around girls' education. In her client work, Marie draws on her past experience with the DoSomething.org global strategy team. Marie is an avid traveler, bookworm, feminist, and fitness aficionado.
Santiago brings design thinking expertise to his work with TMI clients. With an MFA in Design Management from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Santiago applies human-centered approaches to creating social impact campaigns. His curiosity for learning new things and his love for exploring the planet fuel Santiago’s passion for his favorite causes: education and the environment.
Greg has created millennial campaign strategy for Microsoft, Foot Locker, and MenEngage. His campaign for H&R Block, “The Craziest Thing I Did to Save Money,” earned a Golden Halo Award from the Cause Marketing Forum. Greg is a volunteer Intake Specialist for Crisis Text Line, providing support via text to young people in crisis. In high school, Greg earned a varsity letter in choir.