Managing Partners

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Bill Haley

Bill Haley is owner and president of Allied Pixel, a digital studio specializing in video production, website development and live webcasting. Bill founded the firm in 1993, originally as Haley Productions. He later brought on his lifelong friend, Pete Bretz, to establish and lead the web technology team.

With Bill as producer/director, Allied Pixel’s filmmakers create about 100 productions per year, ranging from web videos to documentaries and independent feature films. Meanwhile, the firm’s developers build and maintain responsive websites and execute HD webcasts.

Allied Pixel has won 176 national awards since 2004. These include: 26 Communicator Awards, 21 Horizon Interactive Awards, 21 Pegasus Awards, 18 Davey Awards, 16 Telly Awards, 14 Aurora Awards, 9 Summit Creative Awards, 6 W3 Awards and 5 EMPixx Awards.

Allied Pixel clients are primarily engaged in business, healthcare/pharma and higher education.

Bill earned his MBA in Business Administration from Villanova University. He also holds a BS in Business Administration and a BA in Communications from the University of Delaware.

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Kim Landry

Kim Landry became vice president, impact at BTC Marketing in Sept. 2018. For the previous 28 years, she was co-owner and president of Hollister Creative. Under her leadership, Hollister Creative was a consistent national award winner; a Main Line Chamber Small Business of the Year; and one of the nationally recognized Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses.

Kim was recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a Woman of Distinction in 2013. She currently chairs the Main Line Chamber Board of Directors and serves on Advisory Boards for Women’s Way and the Women United initiative of the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern NJ.

Kim is a member of the Forum of Executive Women and was inducted into the Decades of Excellence Hall of Fame by the National Women Business Owners Corporation.

Previously she was a board member of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter, National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO); former board chair, New Gulph Children’s Center; and former president, Brynford Civic Association.

Kim began her career in the newspaper industry as a reporter, editor and newsroom manager. She earned a B.A. in American Literature from Middlebury College.