Wakeen Enterprise continues expansion in preparation for 2020


Harrisburg, PA – Wakeen Enterprise, Inc. continues to grow in preparation of 2020 growth and to support the recent addition of The Premise Studio with the addition of a commercial photographer and Development Director.

Dwight Kopp joined the team as Development Director. Dwight has lived in three countries, authored seven books and logged over 10,000 hours as an educator and motivational speaker. He has connected with people in all walks of life – from presidential cabinet members and local chiefs to entrepreneurs, janitors and teenagers.  

“As an innovative thinker and storyteller, Dwight empowers people and challenges their assumptions about potential. This approach is what makes him an ideal fit for our organization as we continually push to unlock true potential,” said Jolene Pickens, Chief Culture Officer

Dwight’s primary role will be to lead product development, but he is an integral part of the coaching and facilitation team as well as building client relations. 

Jason Langheine is a commercial photographer. Over the past eight years, his work has been published nationally and recognized regionally. His art has appeared in local galleries and exhibits including the State Museum of Pennsylvania and The Ware Center – Millersville University. While Jason will predominantly work within The Premise Studio brand, he will also support Wakeen & Company and Connection Mission with specific projects.

“Jason has a solid reputation and portfolio. His body of work complements The Premise Studio approach to storytelling. I am honored to work alongside him to capture intentional images for our clients, “ Jeremy Hess, Chief Brand Officer.

Wakeen Enterprise is the parent company of Wakeen & Company, Wakeen Media Group, Wakeen Pages, Connection Mission and The Premise Studio headquartered at 2001 North Front Street, Suite 300, Harrisburg, PA 17102. Learn more by visiting wakeenandcompany.com 

For more information, contact Kevin Wert, CMO, at kevin@wakeenenterprise.com or via phone at 717-903-3936.


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