Max Winter2019-09-13T15:50:11-04:00
  • Max Winter
Max Winter

Intern Hall of Fame, party of one

Most embarrassing moment?
First impressions are everything. On my first day as an intern for a local business, I hit a parked car in the company lot. It belonged to my boss. She was very forgiving, but I was mortified.

Best gift you’ve received?
Before she moved away, one of my friends bottled up the ashes from our last campfire together, attached it to a necklace and gave it to me. It was an incredibly thoughtful gift. I also received a nice crock pot once.

Most interesting event you’ve attended?
I once found myself at an “underground” rave in Brooklyn, New York. I respectfully declined an offer to get an on-site $20 tattoo.

Max Winter

Account Coordinator

You can trust him with your business …

Some people thrive in a calm atmosphere. Others embrace the storm. And then there are those rare breeds, like Max, who are equally at home in the quiet or the chaos. It’s probably why he identifies the Roadrunner (of Looney Tunes fame) as his spirit animal: He’s either at rest or going a hundred miles an hour.

That disposition serves him well on all sorts of client needs, whether he’s deep in research or excitedly brainstorming and pitching creative solutions. His career has already taken him to some interesting places — from the floor of the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee to the sidelines of major sporting events — and given him the opportunity to tackle projects including marketing collateral, event planning, social media management and more. He’s also trained in Google Analytics.

… and you’ll want to hang out with him, too.

Max greets life not just with open arms but with an enthusiastic “Hell yeah!” Need someone to check out a cool new restaurant with you? March in a historic protest? Help you move into a new place? Dance the night away at an all-night party? Chances are, he’s all in.

Intern Hall of Fame, party of one

Most embarrassing moment?
First impressions are everything. On my first day as an intern for a local business, I hit a parked car in the company lot. It belonged to my boss. She was very forgiving, but I was mortified.

Best gift you’ve received?
Before she moved away, one of my friends bottled up the ashes from our last campfire together, attached it to a necklace and gave it to me. It was an incredibly thoughtful gift. I also received a nice crock pot once.

Most interesting event you’ve attended?
I once found myself at an “underground” rave in Brooklyn, New York. I respectfully declined an offer to get an on-site $20 tattoo.