What is your background?
Prior to joining the (un)Common Logic team, I worked as the Director of Admissions for my alma mater high school in New Orleans, Louisiana, home of the most intimidating mascot in America: the fighting Chipmunks. In my administrative role, I served as spokesperson for the school community while implementing focused recruiting strategies for annual publications and recruiting events. The best part of my job was working with my beloved students, seeing the impact of relentless educators, and propelling the school forward with marketing strategies that will impact recruiting and fundraising success for years to come.
What are your responsibilities at (un)Common Logic?
As an Account Manager, I work with a team of analysists to ensure that client goals are determined, met, and exceeded! I’m the direct contact between our immensely brilliant teams of analysists and our clients, and orchestrate efficient plans to ensure client growth. I’m a sounding board for out-of-the-box strategies, and work to provide my teams with opportunities for growth, fun, and limitless creativity.
What’s your favorite thing about working at (un)Common Logic?
Have you ever heard the saying “if you’re going to talk the talk, you’ve got to walk the walk?” Here, we talk the talk AND walk the walk. Our company values are sincerely at the forefront of everything that we do. While our values are simple and to the point, they’re poignant - and when you’re in an arena focused on performance and optimizations, being values-focused can fall to the wayside. But not here…and that’s what makes us (un)common.
What’s the most challenging aspect of your job?
Getting comfortable is NOT an option. Digital marketing strategy is ever changing, and in order to be successful in this industry, you have to be a sponge for the newest research, findings, product offerings, and case studies. Learning NEVER stops…which I love!
What makes Austin special?
Aside from the social scene, amazing people, and melting pot of culture - I have never had so many options of tacos before in my life. I could probably try a new taco spot everyday for the rest of the year, and not run out of options. Fortunately - I’ve never met a taco I didn’t like.
What makes you (un)Common?
Our CEO, Barbara, once asked me what the boldest thing that I had ever done was. Moving to Austin, site unseen with about 1,000 miles between me and any immediate family members, definitely has to be it. I’m a firm believer in leaning in to the bold - and while I haven’t exactly bought my first ten-gallon hat yet, I can tell I’m going to be a life-time Texan in no time.