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Neal Goulet

A native of Maine and graduate of the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism, Neal was a business reporter for nine years at the Sedalia (Mo.) Democrat and York (Pa.) Daily Record.

He embarked on a public relations career in 1999. He worked briefly in the communications office of the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development before joining Neiman Group’s public relations division in Harrisburg. He joined Goulet Communications in 2003.

Having been a journalist, Neal knows writing, grammar and style, as well as the language and movements of a newsroom. He knows how to pitch a story successfully and how to accommodate the needs of reporters and editors in a complete and timely manner. That’s a huge advantage for our clients.

Tim Baker/Baker Design

Tim has nearly 20 years of experience in advertising, design, marketing and film and has been a regular contributor to Goulet Communications’ efforts for many years. His unparalleled passion for staying current with the latest trends in design, film and typography has helped him to earn more than 50 awards.

He has shared his enthusiasm with students as an adult-education instructor of desktop publishing at York Vo-Tech and as a temporary instructor of visual communications at York College of Pennsylvania. A native of central Pennsylvania, Tim graduated in the top five of his class at The Art Institute of Philadelphia.

Stephanie Perry/Stephanie Perry Design

Stephanie has been a vital part of Goulet Communications’ growth since its inception, lending her design skills to everything from newsletters and flyers to logos and brochures. A native of New Philadelphia, Ohio, Stephanie graduated from Messiah College with a bachelor’s degree in marketing with studies in graphic design.

Starting her design career as an art director at Neiman Group in Harrisburg, she then served as a graphic designer and photography coordinator in Messiah College’s marketing and public relations office from 2001 to 2012. She and her husband own Yellow Bird Cafe in Harrisburg.