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Amanda Brooks

Amanda Brooks

Marketing Manager

Uber

Miami, FL

Marketing Manager for Uber, focusing on the South Florida market. There's nothing that can't be solved with a large cup of coffee and a to-do list.

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Uber

Marketing Manager

Strategize, develop, and analyze marketing campaigns that drive our business objectives for both the partner and rider sides of Uber's South Florida region.

“The most effective way to do it, is to do it.” - Amelia Earhart.

Anchored to Sunshine

Founder

Anchored to Sunshine is a place for me to release a bit of my creativity! It's a Miami based lifestyle blog written by me, a type-A 20-something girl, covering everything from book recommendations to the best rooftop bars.

AnchoredtoSunshine.com

Grafik

Manager, Client Strategy

At Grafik I manage client strategy from proposal development through to project completion, ensuring that each aspect of the branding process is established with clear structure, goals, and accuracy.

VP Social Consulting

Social Media and PR Manager

After traveling Europe post graduation, this was my first real job (#proudparents). It consisted of daily blogs, eblasts and social media for local businesses. I even developed relationships with media outlets for client placements in local news. This position helped fuel my love for blogging which I have now turned into a side business called Anchored to Sunshine.

Rollins College

Bachelor of Arts, Eonomics

At Rollins College the campus is not only inviting (and beautiful) but offers students a thousand ways to be involved. I majored in Economics, minored in International Business, was the Vice-President of the Academic Honor Council, a member of Kappa Delta, and Treasurer and Public Relations chair of Kappa Delta. Truly the best 4 years of my life (so far).

"The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another." - William James