Eric Johnson joins THD as Vice President, Business Development

THD is pleased to announce that Eric Johnson has joined its leadership team as Vice President of Business Development

Eric brings more than two decades of experience to his role at THD, including a 16-year engagement with Paradysz, where he led the sales function and was instrumental in securing relationships with major non-profit accounts such as the American Cancer Society, Salvation Army and American Diabetes Association.


Jeff Ostiguy joins THD as Vice President, Digital Marketing

THD is pleased to announce that Jeff Ostiguy has joined its integrated marketing practice as a Vice President of Digital Marketing.

Jeff brings almost two decades worth of business to business and business to consumer experience to THD, having worked with major brands including Bank of America, Purina and Comcast. As a former VP at Digitas and PMI Digital, he has led large digital teams and developed cutting-edge marketing campaigns.

Today, he is excited to bring his extensive experience to THD’s non-profit clients.


NEDMA Awards

THD Wins Five Awards for Creative Excellence

The 2015 New England Direct Marketing Association (NEDMA) Awards Ceremony was held on June 17 in Boston and THD walked away with a total of five awards on behalf of our clients.

Client organizations recognized with Gold and Silver NEDMA Awards include the Birthright Israel Foundation, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mercy Corps, and the United States Olympic Committee. THD also won the only Gold Award of the evening in self-promotion for our own 2014 Holiday Card!


ALZ Longest Day

THD raises funds for The Longest Day

On June 21st, THD employees walked, biked and ran in order to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association.

The sunrise to sundown fundraising event – known as The Longest Day – asks participants to push their physical limits as they raise funds to support Alzheimer’s care, support, and research. It is the second year that THD has fielded a team to participate in the event.

Teams are asked to keep at least one member active during daylight hours while they fundraise on behalf of the mission of Alzheimer’s Association. It is suggested that each participant raise a minimum of $100 an hour in motion.