Careers –


The old adage that people are our most valuable asset is a true one. It’s as simple as that. We are nothing without our people. Our people make it all happen.

Our P.MG family is growing across all of our eight agencies. If you consider yourself to be savvy, entrepreneurial, like to push boundaries, operate with respect, passion and kindness, this might be the place for you.

P.MG is comprised of agencies:

P.MG Core Values

If we do not respect ourselves, our coworkers, our clients, our work, then we do not succeed. There are no wins unless they are built on the bedrock of respect and kindness.

We are never satisfied with the status quo, with complacity comes failure. As such we believe in always-be-innovating. Always-be-learning. We strive to make and remake and make better. Innovation is the pathway to good work.

Passion is the single most important attribute to possess in this business. It’s essential. It drives us to work hard, work smart, and work with love, resilience and integrity. Passion keeps us positive and grounded and creates a spirited environment where there is no option other than that of success.


Comprehensive medical

401K & Matching

Flexible paid time off

Floating holiday for faith or culture

Frequent all-agency social events

Pet insurance

Generous office closure days

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Fresh Faces of Our P.MG Family

Abigail Bencio PMG Account Planner

Abigail Bencio “loves to understand how people work and what makes them tick.” That curiosity is why she’s Pavone Marketing Group’s newest account planner. Welcome to the team, Abigail!

Kameron Paries quench Creative Director

Our Atlanta office has been coming alive lately with a few new additions. The latest is quench’s new creative director, Kameron Paries. The three things Kam would bring with him if he were stuck on a desert island? A tarp, a hatchet and a yo-yo. And if you think the yo-yo is for fun and games, think again.

Jonah Cameron PMG Content Creator

Jonah Cameron is a graduate of Atlanta’s renowned The Creative Circus advertising portfolio school and he’s also PMG’s newest content creator. He’s currently working on a screenplay that he hopes to finish one day, he knows how to cook a mean steak with bruschetta and if he were stranded on a desert island he’d want to take his cat, Moonee. Welcome to the team, Jonah!

May Rodriguez PMG Media Director

May Rodriguez initially planned to be an accountant. That all changed when she fell in love with the media buying industry during an internship at Publicis. Today she’s still in love with media buying and she joins the PMG team as our new media director. Welcome, May!

Lillian Hurley Varsity Account Strategist

The Varsity team continues to grow with the addition of Lillian Hurley as an account strategist. Lillian is a former media planner/buyer (a skill that will come in very handy in her current role) and will be based in Pavone Marketing Group’s Philadelphia office. Welcome to the team, Lillian!

Alex Swanson quench Account Strategist

Alex Swanson joins quench as an account strategist. Alex was born and raised in Philly and studied PR at Drexel and Temple (it doesn’t get much more Philly than that!). Welcome, Alex!

Lisa Corry-Godby PMG Senior Integrated Communications Director

When Lisa Corry-Godby left the PMG team earlier this year, we were sad to see her go. So you can imagine our excitement when she returned today as our Senior Integrated Communications Director. Welcome back, Lisa! Turns out, we’re getting pretty good at recruiting (re-recruiting?) what’s known as “boomerang hires,” It means we’re a company people want to come back to, and that’s always a good thing.

Emily Runyon Varsity Account Strategist

It’s always nice when a former employee returns to the team, which is why we’re excited to welcome Emily Runyon back to Varsity as our newest account strategist. Emily first started at Pavone Marketing Group in 2006 and returns after a year of “exploring other opportunities before remembering how great Varsity is.” Her words, not ours – we swear.

Lexie Fleege quench Account Strategist

The quench team in our Philly office has added another team member with Lexie Fleege joining us as an account strategist. She brings with her a diverse background in marketing and communications and if she's ever stranded on a desert island, she'd want a mirror (for fire starting and signaling), a satellite phone and a hammock. Two smart, strategic choices and one that's all about relaxing.

Ash Po PMG Senior Social Media Strategist

We’re not taking the summer off when it comes to growing our team. Our latest addition is Ash Po, who joins PMG as a senior social media strategist. Ash’s career started in event planning and included a stop in the fashion industry before she found her calling in marketing and social media. If she were stranded on a desert island? Ash is all about the essentials, bringing a knife, a fishing net and a satellite phone.

Bill Mulligan Varsity Account Director

Of all the agencies in Pavone Marketing Group, none is hotter and growing faster than Varsity. That growth continues with the addition of Bill Mulligan as Varsity’s account director. Bill is a marathoner and an avid camper who describes himself as a “fierce protector of clients.” He also aspires to one day solve Wordle in one try. Good luck with that last one, Bill.

Matt Gruber PMG Senior Content Creator

Now more than ever, the business of marketing and advertising lives in a maker-world. With that in mind, we’ve strengthened our social media and digital content creation abilities by bringing onboard a bonafide maker in the form of Matt Gruber, whose experience includes building content for brands like Cinnabon, Schlotzsky’s and Jamba Juice.

Ellie Weaver Varsity Account Strategist

Our Varsity team has grown (again) with the addition of Ellie Weaver, who joins the team as our newest account strategist. With extra time, she’d “make a dent in my to-be-read pile of books.” If she had a super power, it would be the ability to travel through space and time – probably to do more reading.

Colleen Chase quench Account Strategist

Our newest account strategist has arrived and her name is Colleen Chase comes to us with a boatload of technical experience managing budgets (large and small) as well as a proven track record of leading multi-channel digital campaigns. She’s also passionate about music, with a radio being one of the things she’d want if she were stranded on a desert island.

Jodi Christman PMG Digital Production Director

Jodi Christman is the newest addition to the PMG team, joining our Harrisburg office as our digital production director. Jodi is a 30-year marketing vet and a previous Central Penn Business Journal “Forty Under 40” recipient. She also owns the Bee Gees Greatest Hits and isn’t afraid to admit it.

Laura Lumbayi PMG Digital Media Planner & Buyer

Laura Lumbayi is motivated and driven and she’s also PMG’s newest digital media planner & buyer. The one thing Laura is proud of but she doesn’t like to talk about because she’s humble (but we’ll talk about it)? She owns an orphanage in Africa and travels there frequently for community service. See, we told you she was motivated and driven.

Paige Kowal PMG Account Strategist

Working with national clients and high-caliber talent is an easy thing to miss. That’s why Paige Kowal, who left Pavone Marketing Group earlier this year and spent time at two different agencies, has returned. Welcome back, Paige!

Melanie Rankin PMG Art Director

Melanie Rankin once walked on fire. We have no idea why, but she did, and that’s pretty cool. While we can’t guarantee that she’ll walk on hot coals in her role as PMG’s newest art director, we can guarantee a few metaphorical fires. Whether she walks on them or just puts them out with her seasoned creative skills (or both) is up to her. Welcome to the team, Melanie!

Natalie Groeger Varsity Senior Account Strategist

Our Varsity team has grown with the addition of Natalie Groeger, who joins the team as our newest senior account strategist. Natalie credits her grandparents and their involvement in her life for inspiring her career in senior marketing. Welcome to the team, Natalie!

Lyn Porter PMG Resource Manager

A burst of energy has arrived in the Pavone Marketing Group Resource Management department in the form of our newest arrival, Lyn Porter. Lyn describes herself as a “total Rock girl” (the actor, not the musical genre) and makes us all feel lazy by completing her “Move” and “Exercise” rings on her iWatch by 7:30 a.m. every day. Welcome to the PMG team, Lyn!

Morgan Jackson PMG Account Strategist

Six weeks after joining PMG as an account strategy intern, Morgan Jackson has joined the team as a full time addition. Morgan is a University of Georgia graduate with a dual major in Advertising and Sociology. She's passionate about learning -- which is good, because her position as an account strategist is all about learning -- and if she were a vehicle, she'd be a pink Volkswagen Beetle. Welcome, Morgan!

Adam Crooker PMG Sr. Wordpress Developer

Adam Crooker has been around the block a few times. He started his career as an electrician, then became a print designer, then a web designer, then a developer, and then a web producer before switching back to developer. The result is one of the most well-rounded members of the PMG digital team -- and someone who might be able to fix a light switch in a pinch.

Dex Ryker PMG Digital QA/BA/PM

Besides having the coolest name in the agency, Dex Ryker is also Pavone Marketing Group’s newest digital team member. Everywhere he goes, Dex’s high standards and unrelenting desire to improve efficiency have saved the companies he’s worked for millions of dollars. We’re looking forward to putting that profitable work ethic to the test for PMG’s clients.

Kaitlyn Mulligan PMG Social Media Strategist

The PMG social media team expanded with the addition of Kaitlyn Mulligan as the agency’s newest social media strategist. Her arrival is actually a return to PMG, after previously working as an intern for Varsity in 2017. After leaving Varsity, Kaitlyn moved to Florida, where she honed her social media skills for Walt Disney World.

Chelsea Kintzing quench Social Media Strategist

Welcome to the Philly office, Chelsea Kintzing! Chelsea is our new social media strategist and she’s got confidence and enthusiasm for days. She’s also a bulldog lover (aren’t we all?) with a four-year-old English Bulldog named Marley.

Dylan Tucson PMG Social Content Creator

It takes a special set of skills to be dedicated to creating social media creative assets full time. That’s why we’re happy to have Dylan Tucson as our newest social content creator. Dylan will work out of our Philly office and enjoys volunteering, street photography, studying history and philosophy, karaoke and shouting at the TV during Jeopardy.

Jordan Frank PMG Staff Accountant

A growing agency needs a growing accounting team and we’re happy to welcome Jordan as our newest accountant. Jordan credits hard work (and lots of it) for getting him to where he is today. He’s also not a fan of uncooked onions. Just so you know.

Current Openings

Account Manager

Pavone Harrisburg or Philadelphia Office

Account Manager

Varsity Philadelphia, PA Office

Business Development Coordinator

PMG Harrisburg, PA Office


PMG Philadelphia, PA Office


PMG Atlanta, GA Office

Creative Producer/Project Manager

PMG Atlanta, GA Office

Creative Talent

PMG Harrisburg, Philadelphia or Atlanta Office

Digital Media Strategist

PMG Harrisburg or Philadelphia Office

Senior Social Media Community Manager

PMG Philadelphia or Atlanta Office

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P.MG COVID-19 Hiring Status

P.MG employees are currently working in a hybrid capacity. We are conducting all interviews and hiring actions in person where possible. All of our current and future opportunities will be performed in a hybrid capacity as well.  The health and safety of our employees is very important, so switching back to a fully remote work environment would be considered if necessary.