Meghan Kelleher's career centers around the power of storytelling in driving forward business objectives. As a former opera singer, she blends her artistic background with company goals to build strong narratives and missions for brands.
She’s held global and U.S. communications roles at companies including Waze/Google and KIND Snacks. At agencies, she represented 40+ brands including Seventh Generation, LUNA, General Mills, Mountain Dew, Safeway, Beefeater Gin, and Campbell's.
With a personal passion for food and nutrition, Meghan is certified in nutrition through the Ketchum Nutrition Certification Program developed in collaboration with Tufts and holds a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from eCornell and the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies.
In 2016, Meghan was selected as one of 20 creatives globally to attend the Cannes Lions Young Creatives Academy. She’s guest lectured at multiple universities, serves as an advisor for nonprofit Tribe+Glory, and a mentor for the Q0 teen incubator program and NUMA. Previously, she and her sister co-founded Sister Management, an indie band management company, brokering record deals, partnerships, and tours for national artists.
A Penn State grad, Meghan splits her time between New York and Florence, Italy.
FOUNDER & PRINCIPAL
Kristi Kleila has over eight years of experience working in a marketing and communications capacity with both large and small food & beverage companies.
She spent six years at KIND Healthy Snacks, one of the fastest growing food companies in America, in a senior role leading their marketing efforts related to nutrition and food policy. In addition to working with the company's founder to launch a nonprofit committed to improving food transparency, Kristi also instituted KIND's first influencer program and project managed multiple new product introductions.
Before her time at KIND, Kristi worked at communications agencies, RF|Binder and Cone, lending her expertise to clients including Dunkin' Donuts, Truvia and JOHNSON'S.
Kristi holds a BS in Marketing from Boston College. On most days, you can find her and her husband making Italian food in their tiny Brooklyn kitchen.