Kind of like Winston Wolf from “Pulp Fiction”—Wesley solves problems (also runs and likes coffee). This is a skill developed over years of political campaigns, where crisis communications can be an everyday event. That transitioned to issue advocacy groups, trade associations and corporations. Lots of clients. Lots of problems to solve. But that’s OK. Wesley doesn’t golf. He solves problems.My Story
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Wesley worked for a strategic affairs firm when he saw how powerful digital could be for political campaigns. He encouraged the firm to start a digital division. They passed. He left. That was when Push Digital began. The company that started with Wesley, his laptop and one $500/month client has grown to more than 50 talented folks, multiple offices and clients all over the country. He also became a partner in Frothy Beard Brewing Company—a thriving business now co-located with Push Digital. Wesley also owns Parkwood Place Properties and in his spare time helps aspiring entrepreneurs.
It all began at a school board meeting. Wesley learned about the plan to “re-district” the local schools (to isolate the poor kids… like him), so he went to the meeting and spoke. Since then he has addressed political clubs, college classes, conventions of industry groups, advertising conferences; and gave a great TedX talk. He has done media interviews with many, many outlets—from CNN to the Wall Street Journal to podcasts.Schedule