Meet Tim Fullerton

An experienced marketing leader with unique experiences

There are few people who have the diverse marketing background that Tim does. From starting what is likely the first non-profit social media account ever (a MySpace account for Oxfam America in 2005), to running part of the email team on President Obama’s first presidential campaign, to building one of the most popular digital programs in the United States Government, to spearheading national digital campaigns and direct mail at Everytown for Gun Safety, to being the Chief Digital Officer for the State of New York, and Vice President of Content and Channel Marketing at WeWork, Tim has a background that is unmatched in the digital marketing world. He thrives at taking on marketing challenges and turning them into industry-leading campaigns.

Tim resides in Brooklyn, New York with his wife, son, and two rescue cats. In his “free” time, he loves running himself into the ground at Orange Theory Fitness, or hanging out at his favorite local beer bar, Beer Witch. He earned a BA in Political Science from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA.

Articles about Tim’s work

Tim’s work has been featured prominently across multiple platforms. Below is just a sample.

Interior Dept. Had a Huge Year, Thanks to Smart Social Strategy

How one U.S. Government Department Found Social Media Success

How WeWork Created a Global Social Media Team

Tim in the news

Tim is called upon frequently to provide insight on news topics in the digital marketing world. He has been featured in the Washington Post, Washington Journal, Time Magazine, NPR, The Daily Mail, Mashable, Wall Street Journal, Wired, and more.

By Seizing @Music, Elon Must Shows He Doesn’t Know What Made Twitter Good. (Wired)

What Is Bluesky? The Jack Dorsey-Backed Twitter Alternative Explained. (Wall Street Journal)

Interior Secretary Shared a Tweet Hailing Trump’s “Historic Feats.” Critics Called it “Propaganda.” (Washington Post)