Deb Doyle, Brand Storyteller
Deb Doyle believes in the power of stories to bind customers to business. They combine facts with emotional truths; a potent mixture that motivates people to act.
Through her consultancy, Deb combines brand insights with high level strategy and dogged execution. She creates marketing campaigns that elevate brands and intrigue their customers. Her clients range from Fortune 500 medical device companies, non-profits, airport restaurants to equestrian barns.
Deb teaches advertising and social media at the UC Berkeley International Diploma Program, UC Berkeley Extension, and SFSU Extension. She is a SBDC mentor working with small business to improve economic indicators. She serves on the Board of Directors for NAWBO-SFBA.
Prior to launching Stage2 Marketing in 2006, Deb was a Vice President/Account Director at Publicis & Hal Riney where she introduced the first US camera phone. At McCann Erickson, she developed Stanford Hospital's first brand campaign. She managed McDonald's Regional Co-ops in Arizona and Northern California, leading the country in sales and profits for more than 10 years. Her work has won 15 creative awards including a Silver D&AD. She was named Co-op Marketer of the Year by McDonald's Corporation.
Stage2 Marketing is a certified California Small Business, a WBE and DBE.
Deb has a B.A. in English Literature from The Pennsylvania State University. She is a fiber artist, a book lover, a chef, a hiker and a reformed horseman.