Brian Kalisch

Marketing Coordinator

I enjoy the challenge of identifying the stories that need to be told and thoughtfully crafting the words, images and more to snare the attention of an audience.

Hired

  • 2019

Location

  • Seattle, WA

Expertise

  • Marketing

Brian works with our marketing team to develop competitive proposals and pursue new business with clients and teaming partners in the Puget Sound—and helps us look good doing it. His diverse career in marketing has equipped Brian well for the many hats he wears at GeoEngineers. Above all, Brian is a storyteller.

“I enjoy the challenge of identifying the stories that need to be told and thoughtfully crafting the words, images and more to snare the attention of an audience,” Brian says. “I especially love trying to come up with fresh approaches and methods to ensure a memorable impact.”

Before joining GeoEngineers, Brian worked in nonprofit marketing. He managed projects, developed marketing deliverables and fostered an ability to brainstorm outside-the-box solutions to communication challenges. Always looking to learn from new challenges, Brian was attracted to GeoEngineers’ work and culture.

“Throughout the recruitment process, I sensed that GeoEngineers was a special place and I knew wanted to be part of what was happening here,” Brian says. “I’ve always been drawn to opportunities that make positive impacts on the community and world, so it felt like a natural fit.”

When he’s not telling GeoEngineers’ stories, he enjoys out-of-this-world tales of science-fiction and fantasy.

“I’m a big geek. I love Marvel superheroes, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Wars, Doctor Who, and lots more. Since moving to Seattle, I’ve made attending Emerald City Comic Con each year a priority.”

Brian’s self-described geekiness extends to his love of drinking—and brewing beer. “I’ve created label art for many of my homebrews and each has a name rooted in one of my geeky interests.” His home-brewed beer must taste as good as it looks, because one of his toasted coconut and lime cream ales won a homebrew contest in Colorado!

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