Danielle and Siobhan have decades of experience in the world of communications and are passionate about sharing stories that make a difference.
Danielle D’Agostino has developed and implemented award-winning, integrated marketing communications campaigns. Her strategic vision, coupled with big picture thinking and attention to detail make her invaluable when leading clients and teams to deliver results and exceed expectations.
A team leader, collaborative partner and critical thinker, Danielle builds authentic relationships with team members, media and clients alike. Through her long and varied agency career, she has enjoyed working with clients across multiple sectors including consumer packaged goods, food, wine, hospitality, government, and not-for-profit associations. Clients included Quaker, S.C. Johnson, California Walnut Marketing Board, Avocados of Mexico, Homegrown Ontario, Inniskillin Wines, Wines from Spain, Maison des Futailles, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, Region of Peel, City of Elliott Lake, Lifesaving Society, Canadian Pulp and Paper Association, Canadian Plastics Industry Association and Canadian Polystyrene Recycling Association. She has bylined articles for Marketing Magazine, Mississauga News, and Mississauga Booster, taught marketing PR at Humber College and is a volunteer board member at the Mississauga Living Arts Centre.
Siobhan Kukolic is a storyteller at heart. She started her career as a copywriter working on campaigns for organizations including City of Mississauga, Mastermind Educational Toys, Esso, Mead Johnson, Grand & Toy, Sears Canada, Labatt, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, and S.C. Johnson. While raising her kids, she volunteered as co-chair of her school council for seven years, helped get eight 20-foot maples donated for an eco-classroom and co-ordinated the building of a school Peace Garden with 115 donated trees and shrubs for Earth Day.
Her letters to the editor are frequently published in the National Post and her ability to get corporate sponsorships for community events is highly sought after. She currently blogs at www.siobhankukolic.com and at Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/siobhan-kukolic-988).
She has represented her neighbourhood by making deputations at City Council on issues including new heritage bylaws, the contested removal of a vehicular bridge and the departure of a long-serving politician. She also presented to her school board about the importance of supporting physical education and the arts in elementary and secondary schools.