Doug Williams

Chief Content Architect
How long have you been with Origlio Beverage? Seven years. 
What positions have you held within the company? I started at Origlio as an Account Specialist before I was promoted to Corporate Communications as a Communications Associate. My current position is Chief Content Architect. 
What does your current job entail? My job is to create content for Origlio’s publications (Heady Times & Draught Lines online), as well as our social media platforms. I’m always writing and researching for several long-form articles, while also consistently updating our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts. 
What do you like most about your job? I love to write! And I love beer, so what could be better than reading and writing about beer every day? 
What does it take to be a top-notch Chief Content Architect at Origlio Beverage? You have to be on top of deadlines and stay well informed about industry news. It also helps to be adaptable and able to turn out new content at a moment’s notice.
What do you like to do when you’re not working? I’m a playwright, so when not at Origlio, I’m usually working on a play or going to the theatre to see one. 
What emoji do you use most often? I use the fire emoji a lot.
If you had your own talk show, who would your first three guests be, past or present? My first three guests would probably be Frank Ocean, Joe Papp and my cat, Space Ghost – I’m not sure they’d all get along, but it would make for an interesting show!
If you could be anywhere, drinking any beer, where would you be and what beer would be in your hand? I’d be on Block Island with a Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing.
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