Heavy on talent.
Light on our feet.

What will you notice first when you meet our team? After our devilish good looks. Our commitment to creating rock solid relationships. Because that’s how you build trust, enthusiasm, and performance. That is how you get to the best work. And it’s a surefire way to enjoy a few drinks together, too.
Meet the team
Jen Harrington
Founder & CEO
Dorothy Urlich
President of HATCH Talent
Rick McHugh
Executive Creative Director
Alyssa Napoleon
SVP, Client Services
Joe Krikava
Creative Director
Megan Mead
VP, Account Director
Kristen Bullock
Account Executive
Doug Murphy
Associate Creative Director
Junior Art Director
Account Executive

Jen started HATCH in 2009 to reinvent the way brands access creativity and creative talent. She serves on the boards of MassArt and GBH and the Governor’s Cultural Facilities Fund.


Dorothy is the President of HATCH Talent, the agency’s full-service talent recruiting and placement arm. Her vast, fully vetted network provides the best talent to help clients achieve their business objectives. Yes, her contacts list takes up the bulk of her hard drive.


Rick doesn’t like to toot his own horn. But if he did, it would sound like “results-driven leader with 20+ years of experience on brands like BMW Motorrad, Frontier Communications and Party City.”


As the leader of our client services team, Alyssa partners with brands to create growth.  As a board member for Community Cooks, Alyssa makes seriously delicious meals for vulnerable neighbors.


Joe is into building things. And whether it’s a shed, a fixed-gear bike, or a brand identity Joe’s crafting, he puts in the work to get every last detail perfect.


Megan fully immerses herself in a client’s situation in order to really grasp the challenges and the strategic opportunities. Her approach requires intense commitment — and a lot of iced coffee.


Kristen makes an impact at HATCH by keeping clients on track and tackling research projects. She makes a difference in the community as a founder of Black Lives Matter Art Allies.


Doug is a big-picture creative thinker who sweats the small stuff when it comes to the craft of copywriting. He uses exclamation marks sparingly but has a weak spot for em dashes.


Cameran is our newest creative department member. Her art direction and design skills have already made their mark for just about every one of our clients. Cam is also passionate about human rights and urban leadership, and brings her creative talents to various nonprofits.


Lucy comes to Boston by way of Atlanta, Georgia where she has a wide range of agency experience working with global brands. When Lucy isn’t helping guide the brands at HATCH, she and her husband and dog spend their time trying to learn the random one-way streets of Boston.


Big agency talent is no longer only available at big agencies. And guess who that benefits? Us and you. While our core team has seen and done just about everything, sometimes, when a project or assignment calls for it, we enlist some help. We’ve built a national network of meticulously vetted talent we can tap specifically for your project.


The path from an arts education to a creative career can be winding and rocky. It helps to have a guide who’s been there. That’s the idea behind HATCH Connect — we pair students with accomplished creative professionals for advice and networking.

Want to be a Creative Counselor?
Know a student who could benefit? Get in touch.


Take your talents
to the South End

We’re looking for someone who will add a fresh perspective to our agency. Someone to bring new memes to the group text. Someone who’s a great happy-hour hang. And someone who will totally crush it as a…

See Yourself at HATCH?

But don’t see the right position listed here? Don’t sweat it. We’re growing and we’re always looking for awesome people. Email us at talent@hatchtheagency.com and let us know you’re interested — we might need someone like you.

Driven to build
diverse and
equitable teams

HATCH values diversity and equity on our team and in our talent network. We also understand just valuing diversity isn’t enough — we have room to get better, and we are actively working to make it happen.

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