Ben Fisher is a designer, hacker and entrepreneur, his expertise bridges the chasm between "What if we..." and "Done!" He has more than a decade of experience in the digital space, working with award-winning brands such as Burger King, Volkswagen, Hilary Duff, and The FoodNetwork. He caught the Internet bug at an early age, interning at an interactive agency in middle school and co-founded his own in high school. He navigated the adult business world mostly through trial and error, quickly learning real‐world experience is the best teacher of all.
A 2008 Journalism major, Entrepreneurship minor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ben served as president of the university's 110-student advertising club, student chairman of the region's Addy Awards and completed three internships, including 766 hours at Crispin Porter + Bogusky. Under his leadership, the Ad Club tripled its active membership and was featured on AdWeek.com (Feb, 2007).
Ben's work and entrepreneurial initiatives have been featured in Forbes, Mashable, ReadWriteWeb, Harvard's Nieman Lab and others. He's also a guest lecturer at Miami Ad School and Pratt Institute.