Abigail Link

Work experience

Work experience
Jun 2013 - Present

Assistant to the Photographer

Cavallini Photography

Assisted Mrs. Cavallini during weddings, capturing moments during the ceremony, edited photographs

Jul 2015 - Present

Cashier - Par I

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store

Followed marketing plan created by retail manager, sold featured products to customers, counted and handled cash, tended to customers’ needs

Nov 2011 - Jul 2014

Kitchen Staff

Mama Mea's Pizza and More

Created food, communicated with guests, formulated a marketing plan by creating the company website.


Aug 2013 - Present

Bachelor of Science in Marketing

Murray State University

Current GPA: 3.48

Recipient of the Carr Scholarship and CHA Housing Scholarship

Expected graduation: May 2017

Aug 2009 - May 2013

Stewart County High School

Final GPA: 3.9

Class Rank: 11 of 160


Murray State Phi Beta Lambda: June 2014--Present

Chapter Vice President: June 2014--June 2015

Chapter President: June 2015--Present

Mama Mea's Website

Creator of the first Mama Mea's Pizza and More website using weebly website creation service.

Link :Mama Mea's Pizza and More

Awards and Honors

    • Future Business Leader of America Regional Conference 2011
      • Word Processing II: Third Place
    • Future Business Leader of American State Conference 2012
      • Digital Video Production: Fourth Place
    • Student of the Month, October
      • Chosen by teachers of Stewart County High School
    • Daughters of the American Revolution Away
      • Citizenship award for senior class
      • Nominated and chosen by faculty of Stewart County High School
    • Future Business Leaders of America State Conference 2013
      • Digital Video Production: Third Place
      • Qualified for national conference competition
    • Tennessee Scholar Program
      • Tennessee initiative that encourages students to graduate
      • Requirements:
        • 80 community service hours
        • Less that 36 days absent during high school tenure
        • Minimum number of calsses focused on math, sciences, and language arts for Tennessee students.