Getting Started

I started at TribalVision as an intern during my senior year of college and was offered a full-time position after graduation.  The mentoring relationships I developed in my first few months played a critical role in my professional development. The drive, motivation and intelligence of my teammates inspired me to maintain the highest level of quality with my work. Joining a fast-paced company delivering quantifiable change to a diverse client base has provided me with an unparalleled opportunity in my career. I am fortunate to have found a home at TribalVision.

My Interests

When I am not in the TribalVision office, you may find me coaching at the soccer fields, hitting the ski slopes in the White Mountains, or relaxing with a good book at the beach. I also immerse myself in everything marketing-related whenever or wherever I can. Whether it is a Marketing Profs seminar or picking up the latest book (Marketing 3.0 is my latest find), I have found my personal and professional interests overlap. There is a marketing revolution taking place, and I am taking full advantage of playing my small part in these exciting times.

My Favorite Project

Working one-on-one with clients to transform, enhance and improve their business is certainly rewarding. Recently, we storyboarded, scripted and filmed a client video. The client was the embodiment of an entrepreneur – starting from nothing and turning his life into a true ‘rags to riches’ success story. The video brought to the forefront his behind the scenes story in a genuinely captivating way – and in the process highlighted his company’s strong ties to its community and to the loyal employees that helped build the company, brick by brick. From a business perspective, the video also served (and still serves) as a powerful, humanizing sales tool that speaks to its partner, customer and employee tribes. It is an asset that no brochure or web copy – no matter how well written – will be able to match. And for this reason, I am proud to have played a role in this meaningful and fun TribalVision project.