Doug has overseen the evolution of Catalysis since its inception in 1992. He strives to perfect a collaborative methodology which joins client requirements, customer needs, technology, and art to deliver successful marketing programs. He is naturally geeked about the latest interactive marketing possibilities, while respectful of the garbage pile of hot new things when deciding on an approach for new projects. Prior to Catalysis, Doug's previous work includes both sides of the federal policy system at NPR's All Things Considered and the US House of Representatives, kidney research and co-founding Theater Schmeater. He has his BA from Williams College. When not at Catalysis, Doug can be found realizing the benefits of open adoption with his three kids. You can usually find him cooking with his family, clearing his mind of all things work-related. Recent successes include: cultured butter, pasta, sourdough bread, and the tastiest coconut ice cream ever made — no marketing required.