Greg Kiskadden is the self-proclaimed Swiss Army knife of WhiteSpace – sharp, reliable and well equipped to saw, prune, measure or magnify. He can also fix a hangnail like a champ. Starting as the agency’s first employee in 1996, Greg has transitioned from a designer and developer to account supervisor to his current role as executive vice president. With experience in nearly every position at the agency, he has developed a clear 360° vantage point that enhances his client relationships and strengthens his leadership skills. Greg has a knack for making complex ideas simple – whether he’s talking to the CEO of an international corporation or an entry-level account coordinator. That’s what makes Greg ideal for overseeing the account service staff. He challenges his team daily to strengthen client partnerships, think even more strategically and push bigger ideas. He also uses his intimate understanding of the agency to partner with our creative director to spearhead workflow improvements and support agency operations. Greg currently serves on the advisory board for IdeaBase, a Kent State University student-run marketing firm, and is a board member for the Portage Park District Foundation. He defines himself as a risk taker, rock climber, bread baker and mostly recovered creative (though his incessant doodling on white boards and that whole Swiss Army shtick give us cause to wonder).