Nick Quirke - Reputation Partners
Reputation Partners
Reputation Partners


Nick Quirke
Senior Vice President and Director of Creative Services

Nicholas Quirke is an accomplished agency leader recognized for creating, directing and executing integrated marketing campaigns across traditional and digital platforms. Adept at implementing comprehensive, customized marketing strategies and delivering measurable results in diverse industries and vertical markets, Nick has built a long history of proven experience in new business development, client relations and team leadership.


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Joined RP

Previous Experience:

  • President, Words&Pictures, Inc.
  • Communications Manager, Scudder Investments

Bachelor of Arts, Public Relations and Advertising – Purdue University

Boards and Affiliations:

  • Purdue University Public Relations Advisory Board
  • Race Director, Run Forest Run

What’s your favorite part of your job?
The best part of my job is working with our amazing team to create unique and truly memorable marketing communications materials. I have an affinity for creating printed pieces that stop people in their tracks and websites that challenge convention and function flawlessly on mobile. Also, the steady flow of coffee and the wisecracks from the peanut gallery.

What’s something people are always surprised to find out about you?
People find it hard to believe that I played in a band for 10 years, but with my angelic singing voice, I don’t understand why! My clothing choices also seem to amaze people; I wore a tie every day in 2015.

Tell us about something you’re really proud of.
I am extremely proud of the relationship I have formed with the families of my community through coaching my girls in soccer and softball, and from the volunteer work I do for our public school district. Volunteerism has connected me to my children and my community in ways that surprise me every day.

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