Our Team

Each member of our team brings a wealth of experience from the most creative shops to the largest ad agencies in town. For every project, we put together a dedicated team with the right mix of knowledge, talent and experience. However, it’s more than our resumes that make the difference. Here, at DeFrancis Carbone, we have an energy and deeply felt connection to our craft that shows in our work.

Beyond our in-house staff, we work with an extensive network of senior-level marketing consultants, writers, web developers, illustrators and photographers. This keeps us fresh and effective, but most importantly, allows us to provide cost-effective communications specifically targeted to your needs.

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Maria Carbone

the visionary

As Principal and Creative Director, Maria is an artist with passion, focus and over two decades of design and communications experience. Having created everything from major brand identities and exhibits to print publications and products, Maria understands essence is everything and works personally on every project to create visual communications that are vivid and compelling.

Michele Levy

the strategies guru

Michele Levy is a seasoned brand strategist who leverages consumer insight, competitive analysis skills and talent to put a strong strategy together. Whether it’s building a new brand or updating an existing one, Michele quickly understands customers’ points of view and uses those insights to help us build your communications.

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Kathleen Podurgiel

the communicator

Having worked as a copywriter for the big agencies, including Arnold Worldwide and Hill, Holliday Advertising, Kathleen’s writing shines a light on the uniqueness of your company or project. She finds the right voice and expresses the competitive advantages in a way that resonates with your target audience.

Stefanie Lewendon

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Over the years Stefanie has been an invaluable asset to DeFrancis Carbone. She’s made major contributions to valued clients like Historic New England and The Mary Baker Library for the Betterment of Humanity, among a few.

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