marcy simon

Marcy Simon has extensive experience building and shaping the brand strategies and communications programs of companies ranging from startups to multi-billion-dollar organizations. She has a history of successfully advising high-level c-suite executives, founders, entrepreneurs and CEOs from the world's most innovative and influential companies.

Her unique strategic perspective to integrated marketing, communications, industry positioning and public relations campaigns across all mediums allows her to create best-in-class business relationships designed to propel businesses forward.

Marcy is closely involved in the cutting edge of current technology and trends, advising startups and brands across the world. Clients include Alibaba, Banjo, Betable, BCG, comScore, Delectable, Digicel, Elite Daily, Esteé Lauder Companies, FlyBlade, Founders Fund, Google, HealthTap, Hola, iAngels, IMAX, IMG, Livestream, Lufthansa, Maxim, Maxthon, Microsoft, Motorola, Orca Health, Quixey, RebelMouse, Ripple, Shutterstock, Social Gaming Network (SGN), SOMA, Sony, TechCrunch, The Players’ Tribune, Thomson Reuters, Twitter, Uber, Virgin Gaming and Virgin Hyperloop One.

Additionally, she has worked in the public sector, most recently with the William J. Clinton Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Donna Karan's Urban Zen and was instrumental in the launch of Yele Haiti. Marcy was also a founding member of The Clinton Global Initiative and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Marcy is currently advising companies directly, including Hyperloop One, and serving as a Managing Director and Strategic Advisor at Burson-Marsteller. Additionally, she is an angel investor in numerous companies, and is the founder of Agent of Change, which provides strategic communications and public relations services to the world's most innovative tech companies.


lowell eschen

Lowell is a Senior Director and has worked with Marcy Simon at Burson-Marsteller since 2012 where he creates go-to-market strategies and develops long-term communications plans to help raise brand awareness for clients. Most recently, he was a Senior Account Executive at LaunchSquad where he focused on strategic media relations for young technology companies including the Barry Diller-backed Aereo, Path.To and Usablenet as well as established brands such as American Express OPEN and The San Francisco Exploratorium. Prior to this, Lowell worked at The American Museum of Natural History, where he helped usher the institution into the digital age by creating a new strategy focused exclusively on digital PR and social media. Lowell started his career on the “Events Team” at Rubenstein Communications, Inc. and promoted clients such as NYC & Company, New York Cares, and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.


sandy choi

Sandy is a Director at Burson-Marsteller where she helps lead the day-to-day activities for startups and emerging technology companies. She specializes in developing written content for her clients including messaging, press releases, bylined articles and blog posts while also conducting daily media outreach. Prior to this role, Sandy was an Account Executive at Bite Communications, where she was responsible for leading media and analyst relations across numerous B2B and B2C accounts, including Nokia, Sony, Avaya and various startups. Her proactive media outreach has resulted in coverage in top print publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and Bloomberg Businessweek as well as in national broadcast outlets including CNN and Fox News.


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Cameron Howard

Cameron is an Executive Assistant at Burson-Marsteller. He attended Utah Valley University where he studied Business Administration. Cameron previously worked in the Chemical Transportation Industry in Logistics as an Executive Personal Assistant to the CEO/President for 4 years. He is a driven hard worker who always aims to please, and is beyond excited to be on the team!