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Aug 2008Dec 2012

Bachelor of Science

Northern Illinois

Major: Marketing

Concentration: Interactive Marketing

Minor: Political Science

Cumulative GPA: 3.4/4.0

Marketing GPA: 3.3/4.0

Related Courses: 

  • Principles of Sales (MKTG 350)
  • Internet Marketing (MKTG 370)
  • Marketing Research (MKTG 443)
  • Buyer Behavior (MKTG 325)
  • Interactive Marketing (MKTG 470)
  • Direct Marketing (MKTG 355)
  • Integrated Marketing (MKTG 348)

Work experience

Nov 2011Present

Online Marketing Intern

Motor Werks

Created, planned and implemented social media marketing strategy for all 10 dealerships. Tasks included content creation and syndication, fundamental Photoshop work, day-to-day management of social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.). Also, worked on website optimization and maintenance, event planning and promotion development. 

Apr 2008Aug 2008

Sales Associate

The Sports Authority

Assisted customers in selecting team sports and outdoor equipment.

Oct 2007Apr 2008


Sears Holdings Corporation

Started as Sales Associate in Men's Department, later promoted to Electronics Salesman.

Internship Portfolio



An internship utilizing Interactive Marketing that includes practical leadership, teaching, problem solving, and logical thinking with a preferred work environment that includes fast learning curves, working with others, team leading opportunities, and a variety of work. 


Politics, Consumer Electronics, Running and Basketball


  • Creative Thinking
  • Microsoft Office
  • Photoshop
  • Negotiating Skills
  • Strategy Planning Skills
  • Time Management Skills
  • SPSS
  • Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • Business Communication Skills
  • Verbal Communication Skills
  • Effective Listening
  • Decision Making Skills


Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity

  • Alumni/Public Relations Chairman: Produced semesterly newsletter, organized and hosted year-end Founders Day celebration, created and maintained Facebook Parents group
  • Housing Corp. Undergraduate Representative: Appointed as undergraduate liaison between Housing Corp. and fraternity, in charge of collecting $157,219 of yearly rent from tenants
  • Risk Manager: Involved with outside organizations to bring in guest speakers on topics of risk aversion, held partially legally liable for actions of fraternity, created emergency plans of action
  • Finance Chairman: Oversaw $17,000 chapter budget, approved and disapproved expense reimbursements, served on Governing Committee, facilitated weekly committee meetings
  • Scholarship Chairman: Governed committee responsible for all scholastic requirements as fraternity, improved semester on semester overall chapter GPA three times in a row, achieved highest chapter GPA for all male and service fraternities on campus, served on Governing Committee