Professional Information
Denise M.
Dunckley
President
Striking Changes, LLC
Marketing and Advertising
Education, Honors & Awards
Ursinus College
BA- Communications- Ursinus College, 1989; BA- English- Ursinus College, 1989
1989
President's Award for Outstanding Volunteer Leadership and Service- Exton Chamber of Commerce, Exton, PA, 2006
Personal Information
United States
Downingtown
Ursinus College Alpha Sigma Nu - Chester County Food Bank
Travel; Nutrition; Health; Wellness
21-25 Years
Denise M. Dunckley is the President of Striking Changes, LLC. She is the true definition of a Marketing Leader and a business driver, with the knowledge and vision to process, capture, and develop advertising, marketing, and branding campaigns to help grow her clients business performance and exposure. With over 25 years experience, Denise provides strategic marketing consulting and services to a wide range of national, international and local clients across a diverse range of industries including technology, insurance, commercial software, financial, banking, media and more. Denise has a keen understanding of the pervasive impact that today's innovative and disruptive technologies have on the global competitive landscape. She believes that Businesses thrive based on their ability to successfully incorporate the Internet of Things, Social Media, Big Data/Analytics, the Cloud and Mobility into their long-term business strategies. She works to integrate these technologies into compelling marketing strategies crucial for driving bottom line results.
The Wall Street Journal
Brand Development; Marketing Strategy; Public Relations; Competitive Analysis; Marketing Communications & Consulting; New Business Development; English; Communications; International Business Relations; Executive Marketing
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