Timothy FoleyPartner, Creative Director
Over his 25-year career, Tim has earned a reputation as a valued business partner to his clients and as a consistent creative award-winner; accomplishments he holds in equally high regard.
Tim, along with his longtime creative partner, Marty Donohue, started Full Contact based on a shared passion for finding the best way to connect brands with consumers. Since then, he’s been fostering work that does just that for brands like Cumberland Farms, Arbella, Safety 1st, and Zipcar.
Tim’s experience spans across a wide range of industries and media channels. His work on brands like Dunkin’ Donuts, Anheuser-Busch, Stride Rite, Calvin Klein, Top-Flite and Boston.com has helped get tons of attention for those companies while driving strong business results.
Prior to starting Full Contact, Tim spent 12 years at Hill Holliday. He worked on Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Bank of Boston, Anheuser-Busch, John Hancock and spent eight years on the Dunkin’ Donuts account. Most notably,Tim was the Creative Director and art director on the launch of the “America Runs on Dunkin’” campaign.
Marty DonohuePartner, Creative Director
There is one simple reason to explain the success Marty’s had in his twenty-plus years of advertising; he truly loves what he does.
It shows in the award-winning work he creates, the brands he champions, the relationships he fosters, and the terrific agency he is helping to build.
Marty, along with his creative partner of almost twenty years, Tim Foley, oversees all the creative and production work done at Full Contact.
His brand experience runs far and deep and includes Cumberland Farms, Zipcar, Safety 1st, Disney, Dunkin’ Donuts, Anheuser-Busch, Calvin Klein, CVS, Marshalls, Arbella, John Hancock, Lotus, Fleet Bank, Boston.com, Star Market, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and Top-Flite.
Before opening Full Contact, Marty spent eleven years at Hill Holliday, where he eventually rose to the rank of Executive Creative Director.
When he’s not working, Marty and his wife, Marea, live vicariously through their three off-the-wall twenty-something children, but still manage to be in bed by 10:30.
Jen MaltbyChief Strategy Officer
Less than a minute into our very first meeting with her, we wanted to hire Jen. Her impeccable credentials spoke for themselves, but the minute Jen started speaking we knew we found the perfect person to head up our strategic planning department. She wasn’t just an excellent strategic thinker and doer; she was an awesome person, too.
Jen has a remarkable ability to boil down a staggering amount of information, analysis and consumer feedback into a simple, compelling strategic insight. Her background in consumer research and brand planning offers a unique perspective on how and when to tap into the consumer to inspire great work. Jen’s innovative way of thinking and brand storytelling has benefited a host of national and global brands throughout her career, including Bank of America, Kraft Foods, Heinz, Intercontinental Hotels, Tyson, ESPN, Eddie Bauer and Stop & Shop.
And she does it all with great humor and great humanity. Which is why we actually did hire her pretty much after that first minute.
Matt BelsonDirector of Account Management
Great listener. Great marketer. Great client partner. Great leader. Oh, and a really great guy too. Just a few of the many reasons Matt Belson is our Director of Account Management here at Full Contact.
For over 15 years, Matt has built an outstanding career around his ability to forge relationships, elevate brand value, and direct high-caliber integrated campaigns for clients across multiple categories.
Starting his career at Young & Rubicam on Madison Ave, Matt worked on some of the world’s most prominent brands such as Sony, Dell, Chevron Texaco, Colgate, Accenture, and Dr. Pepper. After more than 10 years in the city that doesn’t sleep, Matt joined Arnold Worldwide in Boston as Vice President and Account Director leading the Dell brand.
Just prior to joining Full Contact, Matt was Senior Vice President at Mullen Lowe overseeing several key global accounts. Throughout his time there, Matt continued his legacy of delivering innovative and cost-effective programs that drove visibility and success for both client and agency.
Matt currently resides in Cohasset, MA with his wife Megan, his two boys Archer and Dashiell, and his oversized pup, Monty. As a former division one lacrosse athlete, Matt is naturally competitive so beware if you ever get into a game of dominoes with him.
Kate SumnerDirector of Finance & Operations
One of the things that surprises people about our ad agency is how well run we are as a business. A lot of the credit for that distinction goes to Kate Sumner, our Director of Finance & Operations.
Kate makes sure we are always running a tight ship for ourselves as well as our clients. She also keeps a sharp eye on our accounting, billing, contracts, administration and day-to-day operations.
She is a true expert in her craft. Before she joined Full Contact she spent 22 years at Hill Holliday, one of the best run agencies in the country. Kate spent most of her time there as VP Controller. She is an absolute pro at what she does, and we are thrilled that she is such an essential part of our team.
Amy Brown WeberDirector of Business Development
You know how there are people out there who were seemingly born to do what they do? Amy is one of those people.
She is incredibly organized, detail-oriented, and takes multi-tasking to a whole new level. She always seems one step ahead, and brings a passion and energy to business development that rubs off on everyone around her.
Amy honed her skills at giant agencies like Arnold Worldwide and fast-growing agencies like Connelly Partners. At Full Contact, she not only spearheads all of our new business efforts, she is also at the forefront of helping us share our agency story with the world.
Amy is often times the first person a prospective client comes in touch with. We couldn’t dream up a better person for the job.
She also happens to be a virtuoso with a Crock-Pot, an unapologetic collector of shoes, and a life-long dog person who now finds herself owning a cat named Bailey.