Dana Dubisky

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Dana was born and raised in Brookfield, Wisconsin but headed west for school, soccer and some sunshine after high school.

She graduated from the University of Arizona (Go Wildcats!) with a degree in Media Arts and has worked in the advertising industry for the last 17 years.

She started her career at a full service Phoenix ad agency where she developed campaigns from concept to implementation. After 4 years there, she moved over to the sales side and worked for the cable company selling advertising on multiple cable networks for the next 6 years.

Dana then sold broadcast television and multi-platform media campaigns at the local Fox affiliate for nearly 2 years before marrying her high school sweetheart and moving back to Wisconsin to raise a family.

When she’s not developing creative campaigns for her clients at WKOW, you might find her playing indoor soccer or enjoying the outdoors hiking, boating, biking – you name it – with her husband and 2 little boys.

Please contact Dana if you need an experienced media consultant to help execute a creative strategy to effectively reach new customers via television, Internet and/or mobile advertising at ddubisky@wkow.com or give her a call at 608-661-2737.

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