Originally from rural Wisconsin, Jacob joined TRG Marketing in 2015. He always brings energy and a fresh perspective to the table. Around the office, Jacob is well-regarded for his ability to “get stuff done” and takes his client responsibilities to heart.
Specializing in web design, Jacob is a true “jack of all trades” within the online world, boasting skills in online advertising, social media, SEO, design applications, etc. Always willing to dive into a new project, Jacob successfully adapts his varied skills to the circumstance and what is best for TRG’s clients.
A committed, disciplined, and dependable individual, Jacob’s integrity and character help build productive and trusting client relationships.
Ice Cream: Blue Moon
Book: The Lord of the Rings
Hobby: Ping Pong
Soda: Mountain Dew
TV Show: Supernatural
BA from Wisconsin Lutheran College (communicative arts)
According to Gallup’s StrengthsFinder, Jacob’s strengths include:
Achiever—Finds satisfaction in staying busy and productive
Belief—Defines a purpose for life
Deliberative—Provides thoughtful consideration into every action and obstacle
Responsibility—Inhabits honesty, loyalty, and commitment to do what they say
Context—Understands the present by examining the future
With a combination of enjoying volunteering and an inability to say no, I end up a busy guy. Volunteering is a great way to connect with new people, have fun, and give back to others. My Christian faith is the cornerstone of all I do. Thus, I currently serve my church (Good Shepherd in Holmen, WI) as president and serve on several committees such as evangelism and spiritual care. I also volunteer at Luther High School with set building for their drama productions. (My wife is the director.)
In the past I’ve volunteered in a few different ways:
- Wisconsin Lutheran College Alumni Board
- Teaching Sunday School
- Various other positions on the church council
- Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Milwaukee’s Finest program
- Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Xtreme Hike event
- Vice President of the board for a non-profit called Healing Wheels