Wednesday, January 16, 2008


For some, the world would be much simpler if it were all played out in predicable fashion; each and every action carefully typed-out in crisp, clean Arial 10 font. That’s not the world for me and definitely not the kind of work for me either.

Through my experiences in the world of marketing and public relations I’ve been lucky enough to work with some of the top companies in the technology field, including Intel, Microsoft, HP and others to produce coordinated efforts aimed at informing, educating and interacting with the audiences they care about most. Through case studies, analyst and press relations, and additional marketing tactics, I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t – learning and growing as a marketing specialist each step along the way. I try to bring new ideas to the table whenever I am facing a problem or opportunity, as I like to call them. I’m most at home working as part of a team and always look for the opportunity to lead a focused group.

Though my degree is in public relations, I try not to categorize myself as simply a PR professional. My experience in design and advertising make me the kind of communication-minded specialist I am today; a sort of out-of-the-box marketer mixed with a targeted wordsmith.

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