Digital Marketing Analyst
What is your background?
I was born in Fort Collins, Colorado but spent most of my childhood in the snowy mountain town of Park City, Utah. Growing up I played a lot of sports. Skiing and mountain biking came naturally, though it was on the soccer field I’d end up spending most of my time. I committed to playing for the University of Washington and graduated with a degree in Political Science and International Relations in 2017. Before joining (un)Common Logic, I was honing my digital marketing expertise operating in a digital sales and fulfilment role at ABC4 in Salt Lake City, Utah. I moved to the Austin area in January of 2022 with my girlfriend and two dogs. So far, I’ve absolutely loved it.
What are your responsibilities at (un)Common Logic?
I am responsible for servicing digital marketing accounts across various channels and making sure they are performing up to (un)Common Logic's high standards. As a digital marketing analyst, my goal is to help clients drive more business and meet their goals.
What's your favorite thing about working at (un)Common Logic?
The incredible work culture sets (un)Common Logic apart from anywhere else I’ve worked before. The team is brimming with a supportive cast of experienced digital marketers and the leadership group makes it quite clear that they invest in the people they hire.
What's the most challenging aspect of your job?
Making sure I am asking the right questions in an ever-changing industry. I often remind myself, “If you don’t know how to ask the right question, you discover nothing.”
What makes Austin special?
The people! Good friends and a solid community are what makes Austin special … The unlimited number of food trucks, Barton Springs, and Austin FC are all pretty good too.
What makes you (un)Common?
I bring laughter and a bit of comedic relief in challenging times, and I try to approach life with a smile on my face no matter the gravity of the situation. Perseverance and a never die attitude are what I’m about. On a side note, half my face is metal – that’s uncommon right?