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Jack is an accomplished digital, social & community strategist recognized for creating amazing experiences on and offline. Combines Fortune 500, startup, and agency experience with strategic and tactical thinking to develop, grow, retain, and transform digital communities into loyal users and brand evangelists. Deep understanding of the human perspective, consumer interactions, and how to bridge the gap between businesses and their users. High energy, creative leader with strong interpersonal skills and an entrepreneurial mindset.
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Jack DeManche is a digital, social & community strategist based in Boston, MA. Combining user intelligence, brand objectives, and creative problem solving, he contributes to the strategic thinking that helps create awe-inspiring experiences across the digital landscape. He is currently serving as the Associate Director of Digital Strategy at PRECISIONeffect. He’s worked at P&G (Gillette), MMI Agency, Allen & Gerritsen, CO Everywhere, and at Dailybreak Media (acquired) where he managed brand digital strategy, community experience, and built digital campaigns for clients like McDonald's, Bud Light, Chevrolet, and more. He specializes in digital, social, and community strategy, content development, esports programming, brand partnerships, and consumer experience.
🎼What I'm Spinning🎼
Once, a very cute kid
Recently married to @kelliiiannn
Often found traveling for wine
Sadly, becoming an aging hipster
Some Nice Things Said About Jack
“His enthusiasm is infectious as he brings a refreshing upbeat and optimistic approach to his work. His passion for media and incredible understanding of the social landscape, and more impressively his innate understanding of how to engage with consumers, is remarkable.” - Casey R.
“During my time working with Jack, I was continuously amazed by his work ethic, creativity, and ability to contribute great ideas on a consistent basis. He is extremely knowledgeable about social media and I was able to learn a lot from him during our projects.” — Jesse M.
“Jack is a good thinker with perceptive skills that match his equally well-honed written, oral, and interpersonal skills. He is creative, hard-working, and dedicated.” — Jarice H.
“He’s very nice and super handsome and really smart!” — Jack's Mom
Some Nice Things In The Press
Ride-Sharing Apps Bring Back Car-Pooling (Published 2015)
Wheels JACK DeMANCHE'S commute to work was like many in the Boston area - long. But that was before Mr. DeManche, a digital strategist for an advertising agency, began sharing a ride with other commuters with the service Bridj. Now, the hourlong trip from his home in Brookline to his office at the Boston seaport has been cut in half.
A new TV commercial for McDonald's sparks heated debate on Twitter
The signs, which featured references to 9/11, the Boston Marathon bombing and the explosion of the Columbia space shuttle as well as more personal events like wedding anniversaries and birth announcements, were lauded by industry experts as uplifting but were largely panned by critics on social media. "I thought the ad was awesome.
Holiday travelers brave airports, roads
(CNN) -- Travelers across the United States arrived en masse at airports, hit the roads and boarded trains Wednesday, a day before the Thanksgiving holiday. "It's actually surprisingly not as much of a disaster as I thought it was going to be," said Rafi Samuels-Schwartz, 25, who was waiting at New Jersey's Newark International Airport to board a plane to Minneapolis, Minnesota -- a flight that was on time, he added.
This Dude Turned His Résumé Into An MBTA Map [Image]
Before snagging his current position as the Digital Media Manager at CampusLIVE, Jack DeManche was on the job hunt. In order to catch the attention of recruiters, DeManche decided to take his résumé to the next level -- by designing it after the T map. Yes, really.
HackHarvard Hosts HackWeek 2014
Last week, HackHarvard hosted their annual "Hack Week" event that connects budding student entrepreneurs with the resources, mentorship and pizza to launch their own tech product in a matter of days. In this intensive week-long incubator program, 12 teams and more than 20 students attended seminars, met with tech leaders from around Boston, visited start-ups, receive mentorship from senior members of the computer science program.