Eugenie Sills consults with Sagebrook clients on integrated social media strategy and content. She has worked with clients in a broad range of industries to identify, implement and measure goal-oriented digital strategies that deliver bottom-line results. A skilled media strategist with 20 years of publishing and editing experience, Eugenie works with clients new to social media and conducts social media audits for those seeking to increase their social ROI.
Prior to her transition to consulting in 2010, Eugenie was founder and publisher of The Women’s Times, an award-winning regional publication for women in the Berkshires and Pioneer Valley. From its founding in 1993, Eugenie guided the magazine’s growth to monthly distribution of 32,000, creation of an award-winning Annual Guide to Breast Cancer Resources, and the production of numerous conference and Buy Local guides, a month-long arts festival and other signature projects.
Eugenie also previously served as Director of Administration for Berkshire Motion Picture and Ridefilm Corporation during the development and production of a $16 million film for Universal Studios. She subsequently produced the first ridefilm, licensed to SEGA Corporation for their Japanese capsule simulators.
Eugenie is the recipient of several awards and honors, including induction into Bay Path College’s 21st Century Women Business Leader’s Hall of Fame. She has served as an advisor or member of the board of directors for many organizations. A founding member of the board of the Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts and the Berkshire Creative Economy Council, Eugenie currently serves as a member of the advisory council for BRIDGE, and as a Corporator for Lee Bank and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.