Bruce S. Wagner
Bruce Wagner is president of Wagner & Company, Ltd., a marketing communications consulting resource.
He serves on several advisory boards, and he is the retired vice president, marketing and corporate communications at MSX
International, a global provider of technical business services operating in 23 countries.
Previously, Wagner was vice president, worldwide marketing and communications at ITT Automotive,
one of the world’s largest independent automotive suppliers prior to its divestiture.
During his years in advertising agency management, Wagner was a principal owner of Ross Roy Communications,
an integrated marketing communications agency where he built its international service capabilities.
He began his professional career at Grey Advertising, the world’s sixth largest agency, where
he became senior vice president with responsibilities in New York, Caracas and Detroit. In 1976, he was executive vice
president and chief operating officer of Campaign ’76, the advertising agency for the election of President Gerald Ford.
Wagner holds a BA degree from Dartmouth College and an MBA in international business from The Wharton
School, University of Pennsylvania.
He lives with his family in Glen Arbor, Michigan.