Democratic advertising agency MDW Communications has promoted two employees to senior leadership roles and added three new members to its digital division.
Landon St. Gordon, who joined MDW in 2015, has been elevated to Vice President of Creative. Through his work with MDW, Landon has been a consultant on over 100 successful campaigns and causes, including the historic elections of Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava and Sen. Shevrin Jones.
St. Gordon also manages MDW’s work with Equality Florida, one of the largest LGBTQ+ State Federations in the US. He is the winner of multiple Pollie Awards from the American Association of Political Consultants, and multiple Reed Awards from Campaigns&Elections, a leading industry publication.
Martin Page, who joined MDW in 2019, has been promoted to Vice President of Strategy. Page’s work over the past three years has established MDW as a leading digital fundraising firm for Democratic campaigns across Florida and has helped grow the firm’s national footprint.
Page currently serves as a lead digital strategist for many of MDW’s top clients, including Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, Senate Democratic Leader Lauren Book, Broward County Commissioner Jared Moskowitz, and U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson.
Alongside the promotions, MDW announced Shannen Bazzi, Kendahl Hawkins, and Caitlin Lang have been hired to work at the firm’s growing digital division
Shannen comes to MDW from DC-based 20/20 Vision, an economic policy research and advocacy firm. Hawkins previously worked at Register2Vote, a civic engagement and technology nonprofit, with prior experience working with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. And Lang was previously the Press Associate for the Progressive Change Campaign Committee.