We’re popping champagne corks here at InkHouse today. No, it’s not because we all (well, most of us) have our power back after the much-hyped Hurricane Irene, although cheers to that! The Boston Business Journal and Mass High Tech issued the 2011 Innovation All Stars list and we are thrilled to announce that InkHouse’s Francy Ronayne is one of the 15 Rising Stars in Business.
According to the BBJ/MHT, the Rising Stars are “building unique brands, bringing innovations to market, starting trends, giving back and are successful.”
Francy joined us just few months ago with an impressive background that spans work at some of the nation’s top television stations, overseeing communications for the State Treasury, and a broad range of mission-focused campaigns at the highly-respected Solomon McCown & Co.
From the moment we met her, we knew she had to work at InkHouse. Francy’s work ethic and poise are matched only by her positive attitude about what is possible. A natural multi-tasker (and over achiever), Francy has become the go-to person for her clients, and has brought a fresh perspective about our campaigns. And somehow she has also found the time to train for the Pan-Mass Challenge, which she just completed, all while planning her upcoming wedding.
Beth is the CEO of Inkhouse, which she co-founded in 2007 and has grown into one of the top ranked agencies in the country. Beth’s been recognized as one of the Top Women in PR by PR News, the Top 25 Innovators by The Holmes Report and as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist. Beth believes that shared values, and the freedom to create are the foundations of all meaningful work. She brings this philosophy to building a culture of creative progress at Inkhouse.