Maxxie Goldstein ’09

Last November, Maxxie was named to Forbes 30 Under 30 for her role as Founder and CEO of MEYVYN: a full service digital ad agency that does everything for its clients from content creation for social media channels to developing in-depth strategies for brand enhancement. After leaving Archer and graduating from Fordham University in the Bronx, she went on to create MEYVYN just one year later. Since 2014, MEYVYN has earned over $2 million dollars in revenue and has a client roster including Paul Mitchell Brands, Sally Hershberger, Jill Stuart, Carriage House Brands and Donna Bella Hair Extensions. Maxxie is a graduate of the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham. In her spare time, Maxxie guest lectures at several universities and high schools about the digital marketing landscape. In addition, and in the spirit of the mission here at Archer, MEYVYN has a 95% female staff base. Maxxie creates an environment each semester for 4-5 women from Fordham to intern with them. 
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