I’ve always loved television. I learned about fashion from watching television. I learned to flirt from watching television. Most importantly, I learned that I wanted to be in advertising from watching television. I watched the characters on shows like Bewitched and Mad Men solve their problems both in business and their personal lives by being creative, and I knew that was the career for me.
They say you should choose a career based on what you love. Well, I love television. I love making people laugh and evoking emotions. I love good products. Advertising is the culmination of my passions into one industry for which I am tailor made.
-Lead and coordinate teams on several different accounts.
-Direct communication with clients and Account Supervisors, prepare conference reports, develop and analyze quantitative surveys, conduct qualitative interviews, participate in concepting for various insights and creative executions.
-Worked under the direction of Account Managers on several different accounts as Account Executive before promotion.
-Manage a seventeen person marketing team for the BYU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
-Conduct project consultations with new clients, create and adhere to production timelines, draft and execute qualitative and quantitative
surveys, lead focus groups and coordinate various promotional events.
-Provided customer service to VIP clients of a Major League Soccer team.
-Assisted Stadium Event Manager with coordination of all game day operations and productions.
-Managed hospitality areas and overall event set-up.
-Creatively fulfilled special game day requests and projects.
-Worked as a secretary for the six library administrators and four other administrative employees.
-Managed schedules and responsibilities of three other secretaries, improved thesis and dissertation processing, reconciled accounts, scheduled meetings, assisted patrons and upheld confidentiality.
-Assisted with the production of the media kit for a new local dining magazine, Savour Salt Lake.
-Wrote descriptions of promotional opportunities, evaluated the target market and explored the uses of digital publishing for an emerging market of professional diners.