Meet Our Team

We’re a mighty, close-knit team and we like it that way.

We keep it personal at eNox, because that’s how we do our strongest work. Each of our team members is passionate about the work we create, and each one is personally invested in the results we yield.

Malcolm

Founder

Amanda

Director of Marketing

Jesse

Creative Director

Jay

Director of Search

LO

Senior Copywriter

Jess

Web Designer & Developer

MARIAM

Director of Accounts

Nicole

Marketing Coordinator

Jackie

Project Manager

Eion

Web Developer

Diandra

Business Development Associate

STACEY

Client Success Specialist

Interested in joining the team?

If you’re a lively creator and we sound like your kind of people, we’d love to hear from you. Learn more—but only if you like food and off-the-wall humor. Otherwise, it might get awkward for you here.

amanda cabrera

Director of Marketing

When I was 5, I was pretty sure I’d: Own an animal rescue when I grew up.

If you were a pasta shape, what shape would you be and why?: Farfalle, because they’re just a little fancy.

What’s the most inspiring part of your job?

Seeing our clients thriving with growing businesses.

Jesse Taylor

Creative Director

If I could invent a holiday, it would definitely involve:

NACHOS

What’s the most inspiring part of your job? That moment when we help the client understand who they are so they can connect with their ideal audience.

When I was 5, I was pretty sure I’d: Run an art supply store when I grew up.

Jay Strubel

Director of Search

If I won the lottery tomorrow, I’d start a Doggy Day Care company. And, you know, keep working here.

What’s the most inspiring part of your job? Seeing the number of New Users visiting a site. It’s good for our clients but I also know that more people now have the opportunity to improve their smile and get other orthodontic treatment that could change their lives.

If you were a pasta shape, what shape would you be and why? Farfalle because it’s unique. It retains the everybody simple pasta with a tad bit of fancy when needed. Who doesn’t think a bow-tie isn’t just a little more classy.

Lo DellaRocco

Senior Copywriter

My favorite word in the English language is:

‘Mellifluous’, meaning sweet or musical; pleasant to hear. By definition, the word mellifluous is mellifluous.

The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is:

In any situation, think, “what’s the best thing that could happen?” and manifest accordingly.

If I could invent a holiday, it would definitely involve:

Eating copious amounts of schnitzel.

Jessica Pauley

Web Designer & Developer

The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given:

Change your thinking, change your life.

If I weren’t so damn good at my job: I’d probably be writing a cook book.

If you were a pasta shape, what shape would you be and why? I would definitely be Farfalle. I have loved the butterfly shape of the pasta since I was very young, it reminds me of cozy family dinners growing up and tastes amazing with homemade pesto!

mariam rahman

Director of Accounts

 My favorite word in the English language is: “Perhaps”. Being trilingual and an aspiring polyglot, I still can’t get over the finesse of this word. Perhaps one day I’ll find another word that I like just as much.

If you were a pasta shape, what shape would you be and why?: I would definitely be Cavatappi, with a lot of interesting twists/turns and loved by kids and adults alike.

If I weren’t so damn good at my job I’d probably be a farmer, with my fruit trees, vegetable patch, chickens, horses and of course my bees.

Nicole Eisenmann

Marketing Coordinator

In another life: I’m pretty sure I was a cat.

If I weren’t so damn good at my job: I’d probably be a sommelier.

The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is:

Do what makes you happy.

Jackie Kaczmarek

Project Manager

My favorite word in the English language is timeline.
The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is if you’re going to bring up a problem, come with a solution.

What’s the most inspiring part of your job?

Seeing all the pieces of a project come together! Satisfying.

Eion Schreiber

Web Developer

The most important thing I learned before high school was:

“It’s time for you to look inward and begin asking yourself the big questions: Who are you, and what do you want? ” – Uncle Iroh quote from Avatar the last airbender

When I was 5, I was pretty sure I’d be Batman when I grew up. Superman is overrated.
If you were a pasta shape, what shape would you be and why? Ravioli, cause we are shaped similarly.
Diandra

Diandra Loux

Business Development Associate

Cats or dogs? DOGS! I have a dog named Steve and I think he’s great. Still supportive of my cat friends though.
When I was 5, I was pretty sure I’d be an ASTRONAUT when I grew up.

From the age of 5-7 I was convinced I was going to space, but as an adult I’m very claustrophobic. Glad my NASA dreams didn’t work out.
If I won the lottery tomorrow, I’d open a very exquisite animal shelter. And, you know, keep working here.

It’s a dream of mine to open a big beautiful shelter where older or injured animals could still live comfortably if they didn’t get adopted.
Stacey Hayhurst

Stacey Hayhurst

Client Success Specialist

Cats or dogs? Dogs all the way!!
When I was 5, I was pretty sure I’d be an McDonald’s worker when I grew up. (Or flight attendant, it was a toss up…LOL)
The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is take care of your own yard and pick our own weeds! (This was in reference to marriage advice)