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Jessy Segal

Jessy Segal

Account Executive

Erwin Penland

Greenville, SC

If I had to describe myself in one word, it would be effervescent. First of all, because effervescent is a cool word and makes me feel smart to say. Secondly, because I think it defines my personality: I'm vivacious & enthusiastic in all areas of life, from my work to my social life, sports, yoga & beyond. No matter w...





Erwin Penland

Account Executive

Upon joining Erwin Penland, I started on the Sears Auto Center account as an Assistant Account Executive. My Account Executive and I grew the account by 200% in the year and a half we worked together, over-delivering on hours and helping our client launch a new online presence. I wrote, edited and assisted with the development of 11 months worth of automotive web content for the new Sears Auto Center website. Since then, I've moved on to the Verizon Local Engagement Team, a hodge-podge team of mystery focused on helping localize Verizon campaigns and making an impact with customers on a more personalized level. I focus on the South area, and have led campaigns such as our #FPSFmoments campaign at Free Press Summer Fest 2015, and handling social media during the launch of the Houston Destination Store in January 2015.


The College of William and Mary

Masters of Arts, English, Government

Going into school, I imagined a future surrounded by big, heavy law books. So I picked my major (Government), chose as many pre-law classes as I could find, and set out. Halfway through my college career, I was almost at the maximum number of Government courses I could take, and not entirely sure that I was studying what I loved. So I picked up English as a second major, which gave me a chance to flex my underutilized writing muscle. Come to find out, I really like that muscle! So I chose to pursue a career path that would allow me to write a little more, and be buried under big heavy books a little less.