lainegabriel

Founders

 
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Lisa Laine Miller | Chief Strategist

For 20 years, Lisa has followed her passion for using creative ideas to solve challenging marketing problems. This path led her to open LaineGabriel in 2006, a firm dedicated to approaching client’s marketing objectives, differently. As the Chief Strategy Officer, Lisa tailors unique and effective strategies and communication solutions that keep pace in today’s fast-paced environment with a focus on people and empathy. 

 LaineGabriel's list of accomplishments under Lisa’s leadership includes Inc. Magazine – 5000 Fastest Growing Company, Hermes, Telly's, Communicator Awards, Healthcare Advertising, and AdFed.

Staying focused on community is an important aspect of Lisa’s connection to people. She’s been a board member for Furniture Bank of Central Ohio and currently serves as a Board Member for EWI, Executive Women International. 

Companies with engaged employees outperform those without by 202%
— Gallup
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James Gabriel Brown | Creative Director

With more than 25 years of experience, I have earned a reputation for providing skilled and practical brand guidance as a creative director and copywriter for local, national and international clients. My partner Lisa Laine Miller and I founded LaineGabriel in 2006 with a simple mission: to use our experience on both the agency and corporate side of marketing to create an agency based on empathy and building true partnerships with clients. We help clients tell their story and connect with audiences on a deeper level, leveraging all media, channels of interactions and the types of messaging that resonates on each platform.

At LaineGabriel, we believe success happens when we are able to move past the formality of a typical business relationship and build supporting, lasting relationships with clients, understanding their needs to help them be successful. 

(Only) 16% of employees said they felt “connected and engaged” by employers
— EmployeeChannel