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Advertising agency executive

Paul Stewart Berenson, American advertising agency executive. Recipient Teacher of Year award Advertising Club Greater Boston, 2000, Art Directors Club, Good Samaritans, Business/Professional Advertising Association, Addy award, Keene State College award.


Berenson, Paul Stewart was born on August 28, 1944 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joseph and Estelle Ada (Isenberg) Berenson.


Associate of Applied Science in Nuclear Engineering, Wentworth Institute, 1964. Diploma in Business Administration, Northeastern University, 1968.


Editor Sylvania Electric Systems, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1965-1967. Editor, writer Honeywell electronic data processing, Newton, 1967-1969. Partner, writer Waldon Associates, 1969-1971.

Partner Insight Advertising, Boston, 1971-1973. Chairman, Chief Executive Officer Berenson and Isham, Inc. (merged with Snyder Communications), 1973—1998.

Chief marketing officer, partner Colony Mill Marketplace, Keene, New Hampshire, 2001—2003. Chairman New Market Ventures, Boston, 1995, Data Applications Inc., Boston, 1995. Instructor direct marketing management Bentley College, 1989-1999.

Advertising consultant Silver Editions, Larkspur, California, 1985-1986. Consultant division extended education Boston University, since 2000, vice president marketing training track division, 2000-2003. Consultant in field.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Venture Capital and Management, 1971. Writer, editor computer course, 1987.


Director Massachusetts Foundation for Children, 1993-1994. With Army National Guard, 1964-1970. Member American Marketing Association, New England Direct Marketing Association (president 1995-1996), Art Directors Club, Advertising Club (trustee), Direct Marketing Club, Great Dane of Northeast Club (president 1979-1982).


  • Other Interests

    Fishing, boating, collecting stamps and coins.


Married Tilly Lemler, November 19, 1966 (divorced 1984).

Joseph Berenson

Estelle Ada (Isenberg) Berenson

Tilly Lemler