Meet Our Team
Founder, Vice President & General Manager
Boy mom, digital entrepreneur, content strategist, TEDx presenter, book author, conference speaker, award-winning multimedia producer and Pulitzer-prize nominated storytelling journalist. For most of her career, her byline appeared regularly in The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, NPR and PBS; she’s one of only print journalists to earn national awards in both print and radio. In 2010, while teaching journalism at Emory University, she launched a website in an upstairs bedroom of her home that morphed and grew rapidly into a digital communication agency that was acquired in March 2016 by Staywell; in July, ShareWIK became part of HSS, a subsidiary of Merck, a Fortune 100 company, letting her mom know her journalism degree wasn’t such a bad idea, after all. Diana is an enthusiastic evangelist for using every creative tool in her tool box to create outstanding multimedia and interactive content that helps clients exceed business goals and objectives and rise above the noise and clutter.
Veteran award-winning TV producer, long-time public relations executive and healthcare patient advocate, web/social media innovator and former TV news anchor. Creator of several national TV shows and PSA campaigns and specialist in pharmaceutical product launches that shows off his philosophy of putting the focus on reaching a client’s audience with the right message, regardless of medium. He’s surrounded at home by medical professionals, including his “Nurse of the Year” wife and his oldest daughter, a therapist. When he’s not working, he’s managing his menagerie of rescue animals: four dogs, three cats, a squirrel and various water fowl.
Cincinnati native and the biggest Reds fan you’ll meet, nationally-syndicated writer, voiceover talent, marketer, media liaison and planner extraordinaire. Just three years out of college, she’s a hardworking millennial – and no, it’s not an oxymoron.
Award-winning producer/director/photographer, technology tinkerer, systems architect, and weekend entrepreneur. Kendrick doesn’t see problems, only solutions needing a home. Kendrick first got behind the camera to shoot music videos with his band in high school. That soon evolved to documentaries, short films, and eventually commercials for local businesses. After graduating from the University of Arkansas, Kendrick took up photography and set out on a series of road trips across North America to discover what was just over the horizon. Since settling in Atlanta, Kendrick has produced creative work for a variety of local and national brands and spent a few years as the studio manager at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta before joining ShareWIK in 2016. When he’s not working… wait… actually, he never stops working.
Camille Butler studied visual effects and motion media design at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. She found a way to turn her undeniable passions for both film and photography into a career and successful freelance business while in school. She has competed in several challenges and art shows over the years with judges from SideFX Software, Pixar, and The Mill, winning scholarships for school and gaining valuable experience. Camille has a vast range of computer program knowledge spanning from Adobe Suite, Maya, Houdini, Nuke, Shake, and Pixar’s Renderman to the more tangible art mediums like charcoal, graphite, and clay/plaster sculpting. Camille is responsible for the engaging and entertaining graphics and images found in ShareWIK’s videos.
Senior Sales Representative
Former Emmy-nominated TV news producer and radio reporter, turned content marketer and senior sales rep for ShareWIK. Loves this position because it combines the best of everything learned in more than 20 years of television writing, producing and healthcare PR and media. Believes a picture tells the story in more emotional ways than words alone can do. Passionate about craft beer, the family business—she sees no conflict in drinking an ale and evangelizing healthcare.
Executive Producer, Multicultural Division
Frank Garcia manages the realities of client expectations while executing magical content that have honored him three Emmy Awards and many more nominations. Frank is a seasoned executive producer & marketing professional and now leads the multicultural division for Staywell. He began his production career in the early nineties at PBS. In the mid-nineties, he worked for the leading US Hispanic media network, Univision, producing long form content including Live music awards. In 2006, he was promoted to head the marketing efforts in Chicago, the top 3 U.S. market station. There he led a team of storytelling creative artists, which awarded the station many Emmy Awards and helped command the TV market in ratings. After Frank’s wife was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, Frank’s passion shifted to Health-related content. He produced a series of programs about family caregiving of Alzheimer’s patients. One of those aired on PBS stations across the country and was awarded an Emmy Award. In 2016, Frank joined the ShareWIK/Staywell team and continues his magical journey of telling stories in many languages from the heart that engages audiences around the world.
Senior Multimedia Producer
Three-time Emmy-nominated storyteller, cinematographer, visionary, entrepreneur, handyman, husband and father. You name it and he’s done it. Josh is the son of Amish Marines (you would think that’s an oxymoron but it just happens to be true) and attributes his roots to his ingrained work ethic. He started in news, as an intern at WSB-TV and worked his way up to the go-to editor for weekend news. This helped pave his journey into local programming and custom content, which later led him to his own production company. He served high profile clients including Piedmont Hospital, The State of Georgia, and Bombardier. In early 2012, Josh joined ShareWIK as one of the first employees and helped build the high- energy startup into what it is today. As a Director of Photography, Josh is best known for his ability to take anything from scratch and turn it into creative beautiful content.
Born in Atlanta, and raised in New York, Zach doesn’t really like talking about himself in the third person, but he’ll give it a shot anyway. After graduating with honors in Film and English from Emory University, Zach was driven to further explore what it meant to be creative because that’s what creatives do, right? After working on rap video sets post-graduation, he soon began working with Paste Magazine as a writer and traveling videographer, before joining the ShareWIK team and taking over as lead producer on the original Flyer, ShareBites, and Why The Health series, as well as main sound editor and designer. With an eagerness to explore and an unyielding ability to instill at least a little bit of fun in everything he does, Zach brings an ever-present desire to pursue quality without giving up what made him enjoy the creative process in the first place.
Multimedia Producer & Cinematographer
Chris Rice has a diverse background of TV and film production, including everything from DJing (deejaying sic) for the last season of Fox’s “American Idol”, working as a production assistant for “Teen Wolf” and “The Fast and the Furious” film series, and a news intern at CNN. Originally from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Chris also has experience with CW, StudioNow, CGI Communications, MyProperty TV and Lowe’s. A graduate of the Art Institute of Atlanta in Digital Filmmaking and Video Production, Chris enjoys shooting and editing and his passion projects are documentaries. Don’t give him a hard time, his favorite hobby is boxing!
Multimedia Producer & Production Coordinator
Aspiring documentary filmmaker, runner, adventurer, animal lover… Janey’s work as a journalist and storyteller has taken her to cover python hunting in the Everglades, to investigate healthcare issues in Navajo Nation and to the homes of child survivors of sexual assault in some of Guatemala City’s poorest neighborhoods. After graduating from Washington & Lee University with a double major in journalism and Romance languages, Janey interned for Gannett’s Video Production Team and shot the first stories for USA Today’s National Parks’ Centennial Celebration series, a project that brought her quite literally face to face with black bears roaming in the Smokies. In 2015, she moved south of the border and spent ten months in Guatemala producing story content for International Justice Mission, an NGO dedicated to proving that justice for the poor is possible. There, she learned that storytelling can be as empowering to its subject as it is to its audience. Her work has been published in USA Today, The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald and Mother Nature Network.
Digital compositor and colorist in the making, Eric Mercado comes from Kansas City, MO. Eric earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree studying Mass Media & Digital Film Production at Missouri State University. The experiences endured there sparked Eric’s passion for visual effects and color grading work for film and television. Eric was then led to Atlanta, GA where he currently resides as he pursues a Master’s of Fine Arts in Visual Effects from Savannah College of Art & Design. In 2016, Eric joined ShareWIK as a member of their graphics team, where he helps create the stunning visuals found in many of their videos.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Ian Roach currently studies visual effects at Chattahoochee technical college and has a teaching background in 3D modeling and animation. He is proficient in Autodesk Maya, Final Cut, as well as the Adobe Suite. Ian jumped on the ShareWIK bandwagon in 2015 and is still rocking the white vans to this day.