The early start of my college and professional life was in Telecommunication Engineering. It was fun. I built three successful businesses before I joined the United Nations for a couple of years. And that kicked off my marketing and communications career.
Like any student of life, I was thirsty for more knowledge. I went to school again and got a degree in Public Relations and Advertising. It fueled me just enough to start connecting the dots. But I needed more. I interned at a bank, an ad agency, and at a local tourism board. I went for a Masters degree in Integrated Marketing Communications. I spent a great deal of time studying Mobile Applications and Branding. I freelanced my way through five years of education. And I walked out strong.
Now, I run the marketing department at a Sales and Marketing firm. Today, I get to innovate, create, and change. I design how the different marketing technologies can talk to each other in a way, that if you listen closely, you can hear a nice melody. I create marketing assets that simplify the buyers’ journey and paint a new picture of User Acquisition for clients. I change “the way we always do things” and sculpt a new, scalable, data-driven process.
Just like anyone, my life can be boring or really interesting, depending on your perspective. You read simple highlights of it just now. If you want the details, contact me. I am more than happy to share more.