the fitz fam
Dave was named Most Admired CEO by the Atlanta Business Chronicle in 2017. Irish America magazine has included Dave on it's "Business 100" list of the top 100 Irish American executives in the US every year since 2005.
He is Chair-elect of Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School, a member of the Board of Directors of Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital, the National Advertising Review Board and The Atlanta Speech School and is immediate Past Chair of the Saint Joseph's Health System. He is former Chair of the Saint Joseph's Hospital Foundation, Ignatius House Jesuit retreat Center and the Buckhead Coalition. He also served on the boards of The University of Dayton, the 4A's, Marist School and Christ the King School and the National Black Arts Festival.
Evan started at Fitzco in 1996 as an Assistant Account Executive. He’s since served as Account Manager, Account Director, New Business Coordinator, Copywriter, Creative Director, Chief Digital Officer, Managing Director and now, President. (Perhaps this one will stick.) Evan proudly represents Fitzco on the boards of both 4As Atlanta Council and Advertising for Change, a coalition of agencies committed to cementing Atlanta as the leading city for diverse advertising and marketing professionals.
The only two titles that matter are husband and dad-of-three (two human, one canine). He fancies himself an undiscovered Food Network star and is determined to someday open a true Katz’s-style NY deli which is, in his estimation, the only substantive thing his native Atlanta is lacking.
Keri happened into advertising some 30+ years ago – she joined a friend working in the accounting department at McCann Atlanta, and immediately fell in love with the pace and vibrancy of the ad world. It was a happy accident that has led to a successful career in the industry with stints at McCann, BBDO, and Austin Kelley, before she joined Fitzco with the merger with Austin Kelley in 2005. She’s been a vital element of Fitzco’s success over her tenure, navigating an ever-changing industry with a level head and contagiously positive demeanor.
Keri is a long-time runner having completed 21 marathons and numerous shorter races over the years. She and her husband of 26 years, Mark, are parents to two rescue beagles, her family and her passion.
She hit the ground running managing and growing Paid Search programs for Verizon Wireless, Verizon Enterprise, and Johnson & Johnson. She went on to build the Paid Search discipline from the ground up at Fitzco and now leads our media team across clients inclusive of planning, platforms, ops, and analytics.
On the weekend, you can find her supporting her husband’s side hustle flipping sneakers, exploring Atlanta’s food scene (#1 fan of anything Ford Fry), or trying to make the perfect spicy margarita.
Prior to starting Constant Analytics, Jim was a practice leader for BBDO’s North American modeling and analytics division. Years of leading in-house analytics practices has served him well in subsequent engagements with agencies managing national and global accounts, including BBDO, Droga5, and Wunderman Thompson.
Jim is regularly consulted on issues of macro-economic, competitive, and legislative disruptions to marketing effectiveness. He was an advisory board member for the Ph.D. program at Kennesaw State University and serves as a mentor to a number of aspiring analysts, statisticians and economists.
Krystal found herself joining the Fitz fam after graduating from the University of Georgia (go dawgs!). Since then she’s jumped right in to work across multiple clients including MedExpress, McCormick, Synovus, Fulton County and Camp Sunshine.
Outside of the office you can find Krystal planning trips around the world, camping at live music events, petting every dog in sight on the beltline and searching for the best margarita in the city (recommendations always welcome).
Throughout her agency career she has driven results for clients in a wide range of industries spanning across education, telecommunications, financial, and healthcare through paid media strategy. Before joining the Fitzco team, she worked on the client side for a large building materials manufacturer, Oldcastle APG, where she handled the media strategy and placement across multiple brands in the outdoor space.
Taylor is passionate about people. Her goal is to have a positive impact on everyone she encounters both personally and in her career. She enjoys meeting new people, and spending time with her family and friends any chance she gets.
Throughout her account management career, Chandler has helped drive business results for clients such as MedExpress Urgent Care, Checkers & Rally’s, Coca-Cola, Mellow Mushroom, Pillsbury, Quikrete, Pergo, Kauffman Tire, and BB&T Atlanta Open. Chandler has a passion for production and a keen eye for detail — nothing is getting past her eagle eye.
Outside of the office, Chandler is a cat mom, turkey sandwich connoisseur, prosecco loving, babysitter extraordinaire. But don’t worry, those last two don’t happen at the same time.
Each day is an opportunity to provide exceptional work and really “Make It Matter”. Focusing on maximizing client expectations and providing media options that may not have previously been considered is how Jay Jay makes everyday tasks matter. With a strong focus on learning multiple aspects of media from traditional to digital, Jay Jay strives to grow professionally, including completing her Master’s degree in 2019 in Digital Media Management.
When she’s not working and learning for her career, she and her family are exercising and enjoying outdoor activities when possible, including running, cycling, and swimming. Jay Jay also enjoys crafting and woodworking.
Savannah found herself agency-side just a few years in to her career when she joined Fitzco. Since then, she has worked across a breadth of clients – from healthcare to CPG to retail. She has also represented Fitzco as a 4A’s IAAS program graduate. Savannah specializes in developing forward-thinking digital strategies through testing, data-driven insights, and platform expertise to keep brands competitive in an ever-changing media landscape.
When she’s not sitting in front of her three ginormous monitors at work, you can find her either out getting Tex Mex with her friends (some call them ‘coworkers’) or snuggled on the couch with her boxer, Sadie, watching The Office for the 7th time.