Jersey Girls Enterprises, LLC is owned by Bergen County's own Sandy Nasonte and Katie Maroldi.
Sandy brings over 30 years experience in the design industry to Jersey Girls Creative. She worked as a ceramic designer in Italy and has owned her own Web and Graphic design company in New Zealand before returning to the US in 2012 to create the Jersey Girls Enterprises’ brand and launch JGC.
Sandy is the creative force behind Jersey Girls Creative. A graduate of Ridgewood School of Art and Design and the School of the Museum of Fine Art, Sandy has worked with many different types of media before moving into digital design.
Sandy has successfully built a wide client base that spans the globe.
Katie is a born leader: from Pace University Graduate in Communications and Public Relations to Social Media Director at Prana Marketing, a boutique marketing and public relations firm, Katie is at the helm of Jersey Girls Creative’s social media marketing and campaigns.
Katie Maroldi has also worked directly with SCORE, a national non-profit organization dedicated to helping emerging and existing small businesses maximize their potential for success, as a Social Media Workshop presenter.
Prior to Prana Marketing, Katie interned at several New York City PR firms specializing in consumer product marketing, Broadway shows, celebrities, and theater, creating grass roots digital marketing campaigns. There is no challenge too big or too small for Katie and she will find a solution to flawlessly execute any marketing initiative.
Doyle is the proud recipient of several journalism awards, the most recent of which was an American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) Gold Award for a Successful Meetings story she wrote about computer software giant Oracle’s efforts to green its conference. This is the second ASBPE Gold award she has won. The first was for a profile she wrote about Dr. Bruce Charash. His organization, Doc to Dock, is taking what would be medical waste in the United States and is sending it to Africa, saving countless lives in the process. Another story she helped write about making meetings more effective was honored as a Jesse H. Neal Award finalist for overall excellence. She is also the recipient of a Travel Media Showcase Journalist Award and a New Jersey Press Association Scholarship.
She earned a B.A. in journalism from New York University.
Originally he created illustrations for the advertising industry, as well as designing sets for the theater, but his most notable work was as an environmental artist for Eaton Way good Associates developing and visualizing public arts structures ranging from decorative street furniture to large public monuments. Due to his attention to fine detail he was head hunted by the University of Manchester in 2005 and spent the next few years illustrating and animating complex knit and weave structures in their School of Materials.
Over his career he has worked on designs which have been playful and light, as well projects that have been technical in nature. Because he has such rich design experience he brings a fresh pair of eyes to every project.