Chicago Local Levo League Leader
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Chicago Local Levo League Leader Passionate about Market Research, Fitness, Writing, and the Indiana Hoosiers. Maybe not always in that order (you know, depending on if it's basketball or football season.)
Paid Search Specialist, Strategic at AbelsonTaylor
I'm a passionate market research analyst with a love of all things fitness and a taste for gin and tonics and true crime. Between my job as an analyst and my part-time hobby as a fitness instructor, I enjoy writing in my blog (britness.com) and hanging out with my Mini Aussie, Ollie.
Account Manager at the small, three-person startup Uncorkd. We make digital beverage and food menus for restaurants, and our app is exclusively available on iOS. My job is designing menus, making sure Clients are able to successfully update their menus with items as well as answering day to day inquiries.
Rejoined the world of ad copytesting and brand monitoring, which is my passion. Unlike my previous position, I work with a variety of products, from food products to pharmaceuticals.
I was a combined data analyst and customer success manager.
Here, I discovered my passion for copy testing and brand monitoring. I worked exclusively with pharma clients, ranging from ED medications to RA medications.
Participated in the following:
-Big Red Basketball Band
-Indiana Daily Student
-Student Life and Learning: Greek 101 Facilitator
-Theta Phi Alpha (Charter Member)
-Kappa Kappa Psi
Intern “X Tern” – Intern handling Pizza X marketing during Little 500, Welcome Week, and Homecoming as well as promotions for Bloomington Brewing Company and One World Catering
This marketing internship has taught the importance of team work and how to market and sell a product using both social media and "street team" methods. Responsibilities include driving two different company vehicles and having constant face-to-face contact with the student body of Indiana University as well as the general public and managing the Pizza X Facebook and Twitter pages. Has worked several events related to Little 500, including GLOWfest twice, and has extensive experience with face-to-face marketing.
Left in February 2013 because the internship program ends in February of the intern's senior year.
Promoted Spring of 2012 to Intern Team Leader. In charge of Interns’ concerns and training.
Worked all day of Little 500 Qualifications and both the Men’s and Women’s races in 2011 and the Women's Race in 2012.
Participated in weekly drives in the Pizza X van to distribute Pizza X cups, coupons, t-shirts, sunglasses, Frisbees and condoms to students and Bloomington residents
Participated in “Dorm Storms”, where two to three interns will go into dorms to distribute products directly to consumers
Work closely with local concerts to promote the show and our product simultaneously.
Ran contests and promotions through Pizza X's Facebook and Twitter pages
Promoted in January of 2013 to Editor in Chief of the Odyssey a Indiana University, which is a chapter of a national Greek Community Newspaper. Edited proofs, conducted writer meetings, and bridged the gap between the campus staff and the corporate staff of The Odyssey.
Reporter for both the Campus desk and the Arts desk. This job is in preparation for a career with a newspaper or magazine. Applied what was learned working for the arts desk in a “Performance in the Jim Crow Era” class in which mapped the roots of rock back to Billie Holiday.
Arts Beat Reporter – Buskirk-Chumley Beat Reporter for first 8 weeks of classes. Had to resign due to class conflicts with events needing covered.
Included in portfolio are all of my IDS articles
Included along with the articles is my essay “From Billie Holiday to the Beatles”
Stringer – Intern and stringer. Worked daily at the news room and covered feature stories for page 1. Wrote 30 articles in three months, including a feature on a 9/11 volunteer and survivor. Covered many subjects from the fair to crime to political affairs.
Completed 30+ articles, police beats, and obituaries for the Seymour Tribune.