Our Team

Who We Are

Jeremy Ciconte always wanted to provide marketing services for businesses in need, this was made possible through founding Ciconte Consulting. What started as a dream, has slowly developed over time into a reality. Andrew Lee came along with his passion for event services and a strong business skillset. These two  professionals have combined their specialties to create a full service marketing and event consulting firm.


Jeremy Ciconte – Founder/Partner

Freelance consultant for Ciconte Consulting for over 3 years

Worked with small businesses over those years, covering a wide array of marketing solutions

Skillset: Social media channels, search engine optimization (SEO), website design, graphic design, and just about every imaginable form of marketing known to civilization

Bachelor’s in Marketing from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota ’15

Artwork contributor and graphic designer for Fanskrit


Andrew Lee-Gajewski – Partner

Years of experience in event planning/coordinating with varying clientele

Skillset: Social media channels, venue management, location scouting, public relations, and event planning/coordinating/attending

Interned at Gilda’s Club Chicago

Bachelor’s in Public Relations/Electronic Publishing from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota  ‘15

Sports marketing and events intern Nov. ’14 – May ‘15



Luis Rodriguez – Blogger

Editor at June Media, Inc.

Former news editor at The Leader (Elmhurst College Newspaper)

Skillset: social media management, editing, data analytics, content development, website publishing

Superhero by day and blogger by night

Bachelor’s in English Language and Literature/Letters from Elmhurst College ’15



Erin Ciconte – Intern/Editor 

Currently a sophomore at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota

Current Studies: Public Relations Major with a Business Minor

Skillset: News writing, sports writing, public relations, editing, social and new media communications, and being a Jeopardy superstar

Looking to gain valuable experience in the world of business