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Maggie ONeill

EVP -Chief Client OfficerPeppercomm

New York, NY

Member Since November 2022


Public Relations
Marketing Communications
Professional Services


Maggie ONeill is a marketing communications executive with Peppercomm. As Chief Client Officer , she provides agency-wide communications and brand experience support to the global portfolio of clients. From Fortune 500 companies to start-up technology brands, Maggie specializes in crafting compelling brand stories that reach target audiences at critical points in their path to engagement. Industry focus spans automotive, technology, home goods, food & bev and manufacturing. Much of her current work focuses on communicating sustainable brands and elevating their purpose for all stakeholders. As an industry leader and speaker Maggie has represented the agency at the Social ShakeUp, PRSA, New York Meetings Industry Exchange (NYMix), The Special Event and WOMMA to name a few.

Published content

13 essential talents to look for in your next round of hires

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Do your team members possess these key characteristics?   The key to maintaining longevity in business is to hire the right people who can best represent your company and its core values. Whether it's someone who is excellent at forecasting what leadership should be focusing on for the future or an employee who does a great job keeping the team morale elevated with their high energy and daily motivation, staff members can make or break the company's long-term success.  Here, 13 Fast Company Executive Board members explore the type of talent and characteristics that are essential for leaders to bring on board to manage their company's operations and achieve growth objectives effectively.

20 ways to break career barriers in a tight job market

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Business leaders offer guidance on elevating your career in a struggling economy. With so many things happening in today's world, it may sometimes seem like it's impossible to ever get ahead. In a competitive, uncertain marketplace, how can employees begin to elevate their career status so they can move ahead and support themselves and their families in an impactful way? Below, 20 experts from Fast Company Executive Board share their top tips to help industry colleagues make better decisions concerning their personal strengths and the goals that will lead to more progress.

20 tips to elevate build readership and online subscription base

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Business leaders discuss their best practices. In today's marketplace, there's no way around it, no matter what the industry—content rules. But when it comes to attracting new clients and retaining longtime customers, how do you grab their attention without losing their interest every time? Doing so can be hit or miss. It's one thing to simply create general content and it's another to genuinely engage your audience and give them something to look forward to watching and reading on a regular basis. Whether it's a brand newsletter, a company social channel, or a new business podcast, members from Fast Company Executive Board have plenty of experience. They are here to explain 20 methods to encourage your target base to read, watch, hit the subscribe button, and share.

Want to prevent layoffs in tough times? Follow these 14 strategies

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Layoffs aren't the only way to cut overhead costs in a challenging economy. In times of economic difficulty, companies often face tough decisions when it comes to retaining employees. Layoffs can seem like the only viable solution to cut costs and survive financially. However, these decisions can have lasting impacts on the morale and productivity of the remaining team members. Fortunately, there are alternative strategies that companies can employ to avoid layoffs and increase job security for their employees. To that end, a panel of Fast Company Executive Board members offer their top-recommended strategies for keeping your staff intact and discuss their potential benefits for both companies and employees.

11 spring cleaning ideas for business leaders and teams

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Consider these best practices to enhance your business focus. Spring cleaning in the workplace is more than just getting rid of old files, so you can consolidate your space. It can also be an annual ritual for leaders and teams to renew their mindset and create smarter, more efficient ways to conduct business operations and satisfy their customers' biggest pain points. In the long term, decluttering your physical business space and readjusting old procedures and thinking patterns can free your time to focus on what matters most for your company to succeed. Eleven leading experts from Fast Company Executive Board share the same sentiment. Here, they discuss their plans for spring cleaning and what they hope to accomplish by doing so.

12 tips to boost brand awareness and attract social influencers

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Business experts discuss their media communication strategies. If you're a rising brand in search of building relations with a high-profile figure on social media platforms, it may not be as difficult as you think to attract some initial attention if you approach these potential partners in the right manner. Instead of hoping that they'll possibly respond to your casual direct message, research who their official contact person is and write up a serious proposal.  But just like matrimony, it's all about the relationship and connectivity. It's an important business commitment to consider and neither party should ever take it lightly. Therefore, be honest about your intentions and see if it's a good match first before you (and the company) get involved. If you do your homework, be generous with your time, and make it less about, only you, in the end, it may end up being a tremendous win for all. Below, 12 Fast Company Executive Board members weigh in on the best approach to appeal to a social media influencer and get them on board as ambassadors to help promote what your business is offering. 

Company details


Company bio

As a marketing communications consultancy, Peppercomm understands that business is in a constant state of change, and audiences today have higher expectations than ever before. Our teams help brands to see around corners and to anticipate and capitalize on change while connecting with audiences in human terms, in a way they can understand, learn from and engage with. Peppercomm understands that how brands tell their story can mean the difference between success and failure. We have made a science of communication, combining wit and wisdom with proven disciplines and innovative offerings to break through, build deeper connections and ensure our clients’ success. We have studied, embraced and employed the tenets of humor to help our clients more clearly see who they are, why they exist and how they can connect to those they serve. Our model is about brand analysis, development of narrative and voice, and connection to the culture, media and influencers who matter.


Marketing & advertising

Area of focus

Public Relations
Brand Marketing

Company size

11 - 50