New Faces at Paulsen

October 15, 2013

Hannah Gebauer is usually the first person or voice you connect with at Paulsen as our director of first impressions. Hannah is from Sioux Falls, and is a graduate of Augustana College. She has an older and younger sister along with her beloved golden retriever, Ace. Her hobbies include playing, watching and coaching tennis as well as playing golf, running and paddle boarding.

Jenny Kay is our newest account coordinator. She was born and raised in Warner, South Dakota. She has an older brother and a younger sister. Jenny majored in marketing and management at Dakota State in Madison, South Dakota. Jenny enjoys traveling, playing softball, hiking, outdoor activities, watching her sister play basketball and photography.

We welcome Tori Toering to Paulsen as a client service manager. Tori is a native of Chamberlain, South Dakota. She majored in advertising and marketing at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minnesota. When she’s not managing client projects, Tori enjoys swimming, reading, traveling and being with her family that includes four older sisters.

Ryan Velgersdyk is our newest web wonk (his actual title is interactive designer and front end developer). He’s a Sioux Falls native who received his bachelor’s degree in graphic design from South Dakota State University. Ryan and his wife Nicole have a daughter named Evelyn. His family and friends are among Ryan’s greatest interests, along with spending time at the movies.

We’re happy to welcome Art Director Voon Wong to the Paulsen creative team. Voon wins the prize for farthest traveled to join Paulsen (sort of). He was born in Malaysia, and came to the U.S. in 1994. He has lived in St. Louis for the past 13 years. He has a Master of Fine Art in advertising design from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Voon and his wife have a daughter and two sons. His interests outside of work include grilling, running and photography.

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