Deborah Mohnssen has been involved with various aspects of Internet marketing for the past 20 years and brings this expertise to Wired Island clients. She has overseen all e-marketing and Web design projects at Wired Island for the past ten years, creating award-winning and optimized web sites for more than 50 clients in various technology, tourism, hospitality, real estate, retail and government sectors. Debbie has a wide range of creative and technical skills to assist businesses with eye-catching designs as well as highly effective marketing programs using the web, email, blogs, social networks and other media.
Prior to joining Wired Island, she was a project manager at AppNet, a single-source e-business solutions firm in Washington, D.C. where she worked for several nonprofit international organizations including; CARE, International Committee of the Red Cross, Pew Center for Climate Control, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. She also developed corporate Web sites for DNA New Media Group, an interactive ad agency based in San Francisco. She worked for a non-profit multimedia events company known as the Interactive Media Festival, a three-day interactive art gallery and competition that was held in Los Angeles during the summers of 1994 and 1995. Deborah holds a BA in Art, with an emphasis in Multimedia Studies, from San Francisco State University and is a member of IWA.