Professional Website Development Team - Meet the Team
Nicole Farella is a Senior Project Leader at Single Throw Internet Marketing. When first hired, Nicole served as a Project Coordinator, creating website development specifications and outlining Internet marketing strategies for Single Throw’s clients. Throughout her several years with Single Throw, Nicole has had the opportunity to be involved with many of Single Throw’s services, advancing through positions such as Online Reputation Specialist, Social Media Marketing Team Lead, and eventually taking on her current position as Senior Project Leader.
Nicole was selected for the opportunity to represent Single Throw at a seminar for the Jersey Shore Business Leaders to speak about reputation management. This opportunity led to an involvement in the networking organization of which she eventually served as President. Nicole is also one of the first nominees for the Single Throw Premier Team, which includes membership on the Single Throw R&D Committee, as well as the ability represent Single Throw at some of the industry’s most prestigious events.
Nicole is a 2008 graduate of Rowan University with a B.A. in Journalism, and a B.A. in Public Relations. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, live music, travel, and most of all, spending quality time with family and friends.
Megan Baker is a Project Leader at Single Throw Internet Marketing. Megan was first hired in 2010 as a Social Marketing Coordinator, quickly moving up to Team Lead, followed by Team Manager. Now, as a Project Leader, Megan is heavily involved with the website development process, maintaining client relationships, managing resources and running projects from inception through completion.
Megan comes from a video production background and has since meshed her love for digital media with marketing and website development. After graduating from Rowan University in 2008 with a B.A. in Radio/TV/Film, Megan worked at a South Jersey NBC affiliate, NBC 40, as a Production Assistant for the evening news. Following that, she worked at Center City Film and Video in Philadelphia where she produced content for Comcast’s On Demand programming. Megan’s extensive experience in video production has given her a creative edge, combined with the organized mindset of a well-versed producer: two elements that are hugely crucial to a successful web development project.
In 2013 Megan was nominated for the Single Throw Premier Team, which includes membership on the Single Throw R&D Committee, as well as the ability represent Single Throw at some of the industry’s most prestigious events.
Aside from maintaining her own home improvement blog in her spare time, Megan’s passions stem from her love of film, video, and photography. She also takes pleasure in traveling, yoga, and enjoying the outdoors.
Danielle Butera received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication from Monmouth University in 2009. Working at Single Throw is the first chance she’s had to stretch her wings in the marketing world, and she’s excited to learn and grow with this ever-changing marketplace.
Danielle grew up in the restaurant industry, working for her family's restaurant and jazz club. After ten years of serving and hostessing through high school and college, she worked her way up the managerial ranks and became the General Manager for McLoone’s Restaurants. In September of 2012, she left the restaurant industry to find a career more suited to her education in Public Relations and Journalism, finding her way to Single Throw. Now working as the Operations Manager, Danielle can combine her managerial and customer service skills with her new knowledge and expertise in site usability, social marketing, and other areas of the digital marketplace.
When she isn’t working, Danielle enjoys visiting her parents and dogs, Bella and Daisy, in Bucks County, PA. From August to September, you can find her strategically drafting her Fantasy Football Team. During the warmer months, Danielle enjoys the coastal living lifestyle.
Jhonatan Villafuerte graduated from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2012 with a Bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems. While there, he co-founded Blue Bell Reminder System, a cross-platform Web, Android, and iOS application, and worked on numerous other website, mobile, and application integration development projects. The Blue Bell Reminder System was recognized as one of the Top 5 Development Capstone Projects for the Computer Science Department in the Fall of 2012.
He earned a Web and Design Graphics Certificate in 2011 from Pro Data, Inc., and has worked at UPS, the Census Bureau, and Sky Claims.Jhonatan enjoys computer programming, walks with his dog, having a good time with loved ones, and playing the guitar and pool/billiards. He is also knowledgeable in networking and cryptography.
Tom Auriemma is a Web Developer here at Single Throw. He is a part of the team that was tasked with developing the new Single Throw Content Management System, called Phoenix. Tom fits in well with the Single Throw team because of his diverse array of skills and ability to adapt to the ever changing demands.
One of the things he enjoys most about his role at Single Throw, is the opportunity to be involved in all facets of development and to learn new technologies, such as Orchard. Whether it is establishing source control and development lifecycles through creation, testing, QA, and live launch – Tom is fluent in a variety of platform languages.
Prior to joining Single Throw, Tom worked at several technology companies, including Maersk Data, Continental Insurance, and Health Network America.
While at Maersk, he helped design the Container Freight Management System for their Newark Terminal and made sustainable suggestions on how to enhance the physical design – all of which are still in use today. Tom also worked on a Reinsurance Recovery System that recovered $5 million during the test phase alone.
When not hard at work, Tom can be found coaching hockey and spending time with his wife and three children. He also loves the state of Alaska. During one trip there he traveled 100 miles on the Yukon with a dogsled team.