About Us

Ron Adams

A highly regarded veteran of local media and formerly of fashion retail. In media, Ron has worked for such entities as The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tribune, and Knight-Ridder. He is the founder of Engage Media, a consulting business for media companies and advertisers in need of creative solutions.

During his five years at The Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com, Ron was the Director of digital and print National/Retail advertising. Ron’s team was at the top among peer markets in year over year revenue performance. His team was responsible for over $35 million in new revenue during his time in Philly. Concepts included first of their kind advertising sponsorship programs for Comcast, TD Bank, Citizens Bank, Mainline Health, and a top 10 market 3-D event for Verizon Wireless. Prior to joining the media, Ron was in the retail industry for eight years working for such brands as Perry Ellis, Fila USA, and Federated Department Stores.

Ron is a native of Miami, FL and currently lives in the Philadelphia market with his wife, Debbie and their three children. Ron enjoys coaching little league baseball, soccer, and even playing softball on the weekends.

Kate Lange

Kate joined Engage Media in 2017 as Senior Director of Media and Client Services.

Prior to joining Engage Kate spent nearly 10 years at Comcast working on multi-million-dollar national and regional advertising campaigns. Her group was responsible for driving customer acquisitions and branding strategies. Strategies included Olympics, MLB and NFL Media Sponsorship among many others.

Prior to Comcast, Kate spent the majority of her career on the ad agency side executing media planning and buying for numerous industries including automotive, healthcare, food service and education.

Kate lives with her family in the suburbs of Philadelphia. She spends much of her free time cheering on her kids’ baseball and basketball teams.  When not cheering on her own kids you can find Kate and her family cheering on Philadelphia Sports teams and the Villanova Wildcats.

Thomas Adams

Thomas is our Director of Analytics. He has worked across every vertical, including e-commerce & quick service restaurants to home and garden retailers. Having a background in Physics allows him to implement big data tools and analyze results to further innovate solutions. Here at Engage, he is responsible for the implementation, optimization and delivery of all ad operations. Thomas helps our team members and clients make data driven decisions to improve our clients digital presence. He guides and trains our ad operations specialists to understand the power of combining digital marketing with data analysis.

He loves to spend his free time hiking and exploring the outdoors. Fitness is another big goal of his and he enjoys challenging himself physically and mentally.

Stefen Wojnarowski

Stefen Wojnarowski has over two decades advertising agency experience working for Foote Cone Belding, Saatchi & Saatchi, Earle Palmer Brown, Ketchum, and Cramp + Associates. Stefen was recruited as first lead creative of MediaLab, a “Skunkworks” department of advanced development projects in marketing for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and philly.com parent company Interstate General Media.

As the creative change agent of MediaLab Stefen was able to apply his knowledge and expertise of advertising, design, and branding to show national advertisers new innovative ways in developing integrated marketing campaigns resulting in direct consumer engagement for Comcast, QVC, Macy’s, Miller Brewing Company, Best Buy, Verizon Wireless, General Motors, Bloomingdales, HP, The Simpsons Movie, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Citizen’s Bank, ING, Pennsylvania Lottery, and Phillies Major League Baseball. Stefen also generated well over $13 million in advertising sales revenue and increased circulation by the thousands for Interstate General Media.

Stefen Wojnarowski’s track record illustrates a flair for creative problem solving, from independently researching a new form of 3-D ultimately finding childrens’ sidewalk chalk was the key leading him to creating first in the nation 3-D integrated edition of The Philadelphia Inquirer and philly.com. Using QR codes to distribute interactive sports media for Comcast was a derivative from a capabilities presentation to wow Scion automotive advertisers.