A creative mindset merged into analytically based decisions. A lifelong aviation enthusiast, defense procurement encyclopedia, photographer, and cold brew coffee fanatic.
Throughout my career, I have been privileged to work in a joint marketing and public information role(s) for a variety of organization's, including aviation non-profits, NBA sports teams, conferences, airshows, and Fortune 500 organizations.
Specific highlights include:
- Managing and promoting 117 speakers from four continents as they traveled to St. Louis for an industry conference.
-Creating multi-level communication plans for a 200+ member federal non-profit in regards to grants, honor flights, and publications.
-Teaching an undergraduate level course on social media communication to a combined 40+ students over two semesters.
-Working with outside agency's and sponsors to draft both paid and earned media plan for an airshow that attracts over 50k unique attendee's. Mediums include social media, publications, radio, television, programmatic and contests.
-Assisting Fortune 500 clients with industry research, including issues management, controversies, emerging trends, and public opinions, and advising on media literacy (What's important, what's bottom barrel).
-Content creation and publication for numerous small business and entrepreneur based clients.
-2.5 years of direct agency experience. 5+ years of combined industry experience.
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Those in the marketing field are no strangers to small business syndrome. Whether a freelance professional or fledgling agency, countless hours have been spent courting, planning, and proposing a solid plan to that meets the organization's growth goals only to be told an office secretary or company friend would be 'doing digital' on their behalf.
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ST. LOUIS, MO/October 1, 2017 ( STL.News) Last week a shiny B-25 Mitchell ascended to the ramp at Springfield-Branson National Airport. While no formal airshow was taking place, the aircraft had arrived as part of one of many 2017 tours sponsored by the Commemorative Air Force, whose purpose is to honor and give back to our nations World War II veterans while inspiring and educating the next generation.
It's essential to invest in yourself as a marketing expert and keep up with the most recent changes. One of the ways to stay ahead of the curve is by attending marketing conferences. Here are some of the conferences I've spoken at or attended and had good experiences with.
CHESTERFIELD, MO - The Spirit of St. Louis Air Show & STEM Expo continues Sunday at Spirit of St. Louis Airport in Chesterfield. This year's show is a celebration of the Boeing F/A-18 Hornet's 40th Anniversary. Sunday's air show will feature the Canadian CF-18 Hornet demo team and the U.S.
Surviving the Social Media Hunger Games Today's Guest Post is by Chase Kohler, Marketing Associate at PRO Expo Exhibits Live coverage at trade shows and events has become standard. While the value of face-to-face events has been reinforced from the start of the digital revolution, attendees still expect live coverage they can access through...
ST. LOUIS, MO/July 9, 2017 ( STL.News) The words aviation and St. Louis have become so intertwined, many don't take notice of any changes in the state of aviation. People have become so accustomed to airplanes flying over town that it strikes no attention when Boeing test pilots perform a 'Viking' departure to 15,000 feet over St.
The Missouri Aviation Historical Society in conjunction° with the Missouri History Museum Press is pleased to announce the finalization of their Lambert History Project, with the global release of ' The Aerial Crossroads of America: St. Louis's Lambert Airport ', written by transportation expert Daniel L. Rust, PhD.
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Why after hour trade show events offer an engaging promise. Trade shows and special events are finding themselves deep with attendees vying for more than the traditional trade show experience. Audiences and prospective leads are getting younger. This means they have different expectations about live events.