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Amanda Craven

Amanda Craven

Research Consultant and Webmaster/Content Curator

Rice Cohen International

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Now in my second year with Rice Co hen International I've learned much and have even taken on projects that fall out of the researchers forte. I now head up the digital marketing strategy for the firm. I was instrumental in the redesign of our new website http://www.ricecoheninternational. com/ and look forwar...

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Rice Cohen International

Research Consultant/ Digital Marketing Strategist

I help my clients source, attract and hire #TopTalent candidates for their most pressing hiring needs. In the past year I have worked on over 50 executive-C-suite level projects with happy clients and candidates as each end result.

By taking on more responsibilities I am not the lead of Rice Cohen's digital marketing efforts and have grown our online presence significantly.

Temple University

BA, Anthropology, minor Biology

Anthropology is considered to be the most human of the sciences and the most scientific of the humanities. My course work provided me with the foundations for statistical analysis and technical writing, as well as the communication skills needed to effectively work with various cultures and socioeconomic verticals.

Rice Cohen International

Research Consultant and Webmaster/Content Curator

I research potential candidates, markets, industries, competitors etc. to help our clients hire the #TopTalent they need. I also do market research and design RCIs marketing campaigns. After the successful launch of the RCI website I am now the webmaster and ensure that the sites processes and content create a rewarding user experience each time someone visits the site.

Examiner.com

Contributing Writer

Writing brief articles regarding history and specifically Pennsylvanian history. Articles include "Ben Franklin's Influence on Scientific Thought" and "Aiming for the Starts: The First African-American in Space."