CONTACT | Kathryn Towner, Owner, President, WinCommunications
Kathryn is a local expert in Email Marketing, as well as small business WordPress website development. In 2001 she founded her interactive marketing company’s exclusive WinM@il Permission-Based Email Publications service for small businesses. For nearly a decade, Kathryn was Communications Chair for the local chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners. She is an active NAWBO Iowa member, as well as a member of the Johnston Chamber of Commerce, and the Greater Des Moines Partnership.
Prior to owning WinCommunications, Kathryn spent 15 years with Random House and McGraw Hill as a publisher’s representative in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. Her accomplishments included more than a decade selling web-based products and training professors how to use the Internet for educational purposes.
Call to discover how WinCommunications can improve your interactive marketing, refresh your web design, and implement your email marketing strategy. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
MEMORIAL | Greg Goaley, Founder, WinCommunications
Greg Goaley founded WinCommunications over 20 years ago. His compelling web copy & striking web design aimed to drive new business and better serve his clients.
Greg began his career on the editorial copy desk at The Des Moines Register, and as Coordinator of the Iowa Freedom of Information Council, a media and business lobbying group based at Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. He went on to write and direct training and marketing campaigns for American Republic Insurance Company, before becoming a direct marketing copywriter for professional liability clients at Kirke-Van Orsdel, Incorporated, then the largest insurance administrator in the world (later Marsh). Greg earned his Master’s degree in Mass Communication Law, Information Policy and Marketing from Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. He was active as a board member, and a coach of youth football. Greg also volunteered on the history committee of the Beaverdale Neighborhood Association, and as a founding leader of the annual Beaverdash run for Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).