I am the marketing assistant here at DuPont & Blumenstiel, and our sister company DuPont Wealth Solutions.
My typical workday consists of doing a variety of different tasks. I’m responsible for keeping our websites up to date, prepping print material for our administrative staff, crafting emails, managing the multiple different CRM systems we have, and managing our social media accounts. I also meet with Greg and Braden, the partners of the firm, on a regular basis to go over marketing analytics, marketing plans and strategies.
I graduated from Ohio University in December of 2020. There, I earned a bachelor’s degree in Integrated Media. I also minored in marketing and earned a social media certificate. During my time at Ohio University, I was highly active in the public broadcast space and in content creation for the School of Media Arts & Studies.
I started working here in February of 2021. My first week consisted of reading a whole lot of marketing training manuals and doing some basic photography and email work. Now, I'm on my way to become a marketing director and have taken over many tasks that we used to hire third party vendors to do.
I would describe this law firm as approachable, knowledgeable, and attentive.
There are a couple different things that motivate me to get up and come to work. My coworkers are the main reason. I love getting to work with them everyday. My husband is also a great motivator.
My favorite part of my job is all the creative work I get to do like producing videos, writing copy, and designing print material. I find that the day always go by quickly when I’m doing something like that. I love working with Adobe Creative Cloud and learning new techniques and new programs. The yearly Adobe MAX conference always inspires me.
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