G2 Digital Media Team
Brian Saunders – Director of Digital Marketing
Brian has helped organizations of all sizes achieve success. Brian has over 25 years of hands-on experience in marketing and business strategy, technology, and creative processes. As a business consultant for Regis McKenna Group, Booz Allen Hamilton and his own consulting practice, Brian has directed numerous marketing, business strategy, and eCommerce projects for companies worldwide.
Brian earned a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University, and an M.B.A. degree from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College. He also holds certifications from HubSpot (one of the world’s leading inbound marketing and sales provider) for Inbound Methodology, Inbound Sales, and Email Marketing.
Throughout his career, Brian has also actively participated in various non-profit organizations across the country as board member, volunteer, instructor, and marketing/strategy consultant.
Marko Nobles – Director of Programming
Marko has been a staple of the independent music scene in New York for nearly 15 years providing platforms featuring independent artists. He’s a partner of InJoy Enterprises, LLC and creator of Urban Eclectic Internet Radio Station RhythmAndSoulRadio.com .
RhythmAndSoulRadio.com , launched in March 2008, is a digital radio station created from the weekly Rhythm And Soul Radio Show that airs on Harlem Community Radio, WHCR 90.3FM. The station expands on the weekly show as the ultimate “urban eclectic” radio experience that features music and interviews with artists from the genres of R&B, Hip-Hop, Soul, Spoken Word, Reggae and Soca
Edward Austin Hall – Editorial Director
Alabama escapee and lifelong Southerner Edward Austin Hall creates or hones arts journalism for Art Papers and Burnaway, among others. His writings have appeared in Paste, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and the Dictionary of Literary Biography. Ed is co-editor of Mothership: Tales from Afrofuturism and Beyond, which The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction suggested may be “one of the most important sf anthologies of the decade.” Ed’s recent shorter work appears in the online journal Eyedrum Periodically; his first novel is forthcoming.