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SE2 is bidding farewell, at least formally, to co-founder Eric Sondermann, who plans to focus on his other varied interests including “further civic leadership, more writing and commentary, some high-level consulting, perhaps even something entrepreneurial, as well as time on his bicycle.” Sondermann will continue to collaborate with SE2 “on current and future projects, ensuring continuity for existing clients.”
The firm says that remaining co-founders Eric Anderson and Susan Morrisey will share SE2 ownership and split leadership responsibilities.
Jill Hamilton and Abigail Kesner have been with SE2 for four and three years, respectively. During this time they have managed significant integrated communications campaigns for public, nonprofit and private-sector clients. Their work has ranged from promoting public health to early childhood education to energy.
SE2 may not have “rolling office coffee bars, … carbon-neutral bamboo bicycles … or organic microbrews flowing from the drinking fountain,” but it does have an in-house Ms. Pac-Man machine. And it is hiring for a digital strategist, so get your resume in early and often.
SE2 has added five new clients: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Colorado Apartment Association, Colorado Department of Human Services’ Office of Early Childhood, Colorado School of Mines Alumni Association and Donor Alliance.
SE2 has added Megan Cranston as a project manager and Rachel Schiller as an associate. Cranston previously worked as an integrated producer at a Denver-based production company, and Schiller most recently worked as the director of communications and development at a local charter school. The new hires bring SE2 to a total of 15 full-time employees, a continuation of the 15-year-old firm’s steady growth.