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Karen Albritton

Partner

Karen’s passion is helping mid-sized businesses thrive. She believes they are champions in creating jobs, building personal wealth, and giving back to their communities. Prior to joining Thinc, Karen spent much of her career leading mid-sized marketing firms, allowing her to bring both personal experience and marketing expertise to helping clients drive sustainable growth. She has considerable board governance expertise, thanks to industry and community board leadership.

Karen loves when a client has a big win. It could be a sizable new business win, a game-changing new hire or hitting a stretch goal. Getting that news always makes her day. 

And what about her clients? “What’s not to love in a client? At least that’s how I feel every day about our clients,” says Karen. “I love their passion for their business, how much they care about their people and how hard they work.”

Karen is all about growth – in business, professionally and personally. As the saying goes, “you can either progress or regress, you can’t just gress”.

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Karen Albritton

Partner

Karen’s passion is helping mid-sized businesses thrive. She believes they are champions in creating jobs, building personal wealth, and giving back to their communities. Prior to joining Thinc, Karen spent much of her career leading mid-sized marketing firms, allowing her to bring both personal experience and marketing expertise to helping clients drive sustainable growth. She has considerable board governance expertise, thanks to industry and community board leadership.

Karen loves when a client has a big win. It could be a sizable new business win, a game-changing new hire or hitting a stretch goal. Getting that news always makes her day. 

And what about her clients? “What’s not to love in a client? At least that’s how I feel every day about our clients,” says Karen. “I love their passion for their business, how much they care about their people and how hard they work.”

Karen is all about growth – in business, professionally and personally. As the saying goes, “you can either progress or regress, you can’t just gress”.