Stephen T. Romano Business Bio
Stephen T. Romano is a Boston-based brand strategist and marketing communications writer whose clients range from small start-ups to Fortune 500 global leaders in a wide range of industries.
Working independently and in partnership with leading agencies, he has played an instrumental role in the development and repositioning of brands that include American Express, Arbella Insurance, Athenahealth, Best Doctors, BNY Mellon, Cold Chain Technologies, Magic Chef, Pri-Med and the Texas Medical Center. Among the other clients he has served are Boston University, Cains Foods, ConsumerMedical, Covidien, Goodwill Industries, Hewlett-Packard, Honeywell, KGA, Keurig, the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, Rowenta, the Smithsonian Institution, MIT and Xerox.
Over the last two decades, his work has achieved local and national recognition, earning awards from Hatch, BPAA (Business Professional Advertising Association), League of American Communications Professionals, Publicity Club, How Magazine, Rx Club, Retailers Association of Massachusetts, and Graphic Design: USA. In addition, his annual report work has been acknowledged through a RIS Paper Diamond Award, LACP Gold Award and inclusion as a top US annual report in the AR100 Show.
He has also written feature articles for local and national publications - including Newsday, The Boston Herald and People Magazine - and is the author of My Day at Fenway Park, a Red Sox children's book.