Erin and Suzanne have a combined two decades of experience creating compelling content for the biggest companies, publishers and agencies.
Erin Micheletti has more than a decade of experience executing content marketing and thought leadership campaigns for a slew of Fortune 500 companies and small businesses with a special focus on brand strategy and message development. Prior to co-founding Storio Creative, Erin served as Vice President for New Media at Kennedy Communications where she spearheaded digital strategy programs and oversaw a team of graphic designers, web developers and copywriters. She honed her reporting skills in the Voice of America newsroom and client relation skills navigating the world of D.C. politics.
Erin received her M.Sc. from the London School of Economics and her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. Born in California and raised in Virginia, Erin has lived on four continents and now happily calls Austin, Texas home. When not creating custom content solutions for her clients, Erin can be found adding stamps to her passport, scuba diving or perfecting her secret cheesecake recipe.
Suzanne Weinstock KleinCo-Founder
An accomplished lifestyle journalist turned digital content expert, Suzanne Klein has long worked at the intersection of editorial and marketing - writing, editing and consulting on editorial, branded, and native content as well as internal communications. Suzanne’s freelance clients have included The Atlantic Media Group, Avenue (Manhattan Media), The New York Observer, the Elizabeth Taylor Trust, and MasterCard. In addition to her independent work, Suzanne led content marketing for the Human Capital Management division of Goldman Sachs, served as Managing Editor of media platform Above Live and covered global finance as a senior writer at PEI Media.
Suzanne received her M.S. from the Columbia University School of Journalism and her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. In her spare time, this content geek can be found working on her 2018 New Years resolutions - successfully growing vegetables and finishing Vanity Fair cover to cover each month.