Jill WieckVice President of Digital Communications
Jill Wieck serves as Vice President of Digital Communications in Mercury’s New York City office.
Innovative digital strategist with expertise across SEM, display advertising, social media, email marketing, creative design, SEO, and more
Seasoned professional in higher education engagement & advancement marketing, multitime CASE Circle of Excellence award winner
Subject of Forbes feature “How One Woman Worked Full-Time and Earned 2 Degrees While Raising 5 Kids”
Holds a Master of Science in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern University
Graduated summa cum laude with Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Mathematics from and named “Outstanding Student in the Field of Mathematics” at Southern New Hampshire University.Read Full Bio
Jill Wieck supports Mercury’s New York City office as Vice President of Digital Communications, where she calls upon her passion for merging predictive data strategy, innovative artistic skills, and impeccable advertising instincts to drive continuous results.
Prior to joining the Mercury team, Jill served as Director of Digital Strategy & Marketing for Columbia University Irving Medical Center. There, she steered the institution’s virtual presence through the COVID-19 pandemic, transformed their promotional campaign blueprint, and developed their in-house marketing from the ground up.
Jill has spent nearly 15 years in the digital trenches cultivating her expertise in search engine marketing (SEM), social media advertising, web content & search engine optimization (SEO) strategy, creative graphic design, and online reputation management. Her experience taking clients from invisible to influencer is unparalleled, spanning the globe in both the non- and for- profit sectors – including higher education, healthcare, entertainment, life sciences, and more.
She holds a Master of Science in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern University, as well as Bachelors of Arts in both Communications and Mathematics from Southern New Hampshire University, where she graduated summa cum laude and was named “Outstanding Student in the Field of Mathematics.” As the mother of five relatively well-adjusted children, Jill also proudly wears the badge of master multitasker.