the course of his career Josh Fenton has worked with a range
of regional and national brands, including Annie's Macaroni
and Cheese, W.L. Gore (the makers of Gore-Tex), The Drew Bledsoe
Foundation, Turfer Sportswear and Quality Partners, among
Fenton is recognized in the industry for his special expertise
in developing integrated communications. While at Leonard
Monahan and then RDW Group, New England's 5th largest agency,
he led accounts ranging from New England Coffee to Foster
Grant Sunglasses, Lindt Chocolates, Cybex, and Standard MEMS.
His awards for advertising and marketing excellence include
a CLIO award, a Bell Ringer award, and recognition for one
of his spots on the ABC television program "America's
He has worked extensively with colleges and universities,
including Brown University, University of Pennsylvania, The
College of Holy Cross, Clark University, and the University
of Rhode Island.
Fenton has worked in government and policy at all levels,
having served as Minority Leader of the Providence City Council,
as an environmental policy chief in state government under
three governors, and on the staffs of United States Senators
John Chafee and George Mitchell. He is a graduate of University
of Rhode Island and Brown University.