Meet Us

Molly Castelazo

Molly Castelazo

Chief Content Strategist

Molly is the team’s fearless leader, coach, guide, and editor-in-chief. For clients, Molly works her “magic” as both a brilliant brainstormer and effective executor. For the technology and marketing community, Molly serves in various leadership roles, including as Past President of the Business Marketing Association and committee co-chair for the Arizona Technology Council. Whenever she can, Molly loves to take the stage and speak about strategic content creation, including as an adjunct professor at ASU.

Staci D'Aguanno

Staci D'Aguanno

Director of Client Relations

Staci is Castelazo Content’s Jane-of-all-Trades. She ensures that our clients are getting more than they expect, when they expect it. A gifted researcher, Staci is often the one who digs up the details of the story. She has also become a WordPress master and flipbook design guru. She just finished a two-year stint as the VP of Communications for the Phoenix chapter of the American Marketing Association.

Robin Phillips

Robin Phillips

Director of Content Development

Robin creates engaging, impactful content that makes our clients shine. A lifelong picky wordsmith, Robin has been a writer, editor and content wrangler at magazines, newspapers and websites from Hawaii to Long Island. She ran the small business news desk at Businessweek, helped create BusinessJournalism.org at the Cronkite School, and has taught journalism as an adjunct professor. Robin tackles each day inspired by the power of people, passion and performance.

Michaella Blake

Michaella Blake

Social Media Manager

Michaella manages social media for our clients. She is also a gifted researcher, and does much of the background research that enables her teammates to create the rich content they do.

Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer Johnson

Writer/Editor Extraordinaire

Whether in a newsroom, on Capitol Hill or in a lodge somewhere in Africa, Jennifer knows how to deliver crisp, accurate, interesting content. After a decade at The Arizona Republic, where her positions included Page One Editor and News Editor, Jennifer jumped into the wild world of political communications and most recently worked on Capitol Hill. Jennifer has lost count of the op-eds and speeches she’s written, but that’s OK because today she’s learning to count in an entirely new language and time zone.

Imagine what we could achieve together