Brad Thompson

Work History

Work History
Aug 2014 - Present

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Pittsburg State University

Teaching assistant to the Dean of the Kelce College of Business.  Graded student work, managed student interactions, and lectured as needed.

Aug 2014 - Present

Writing Consultant

Pittsburg State University

Worked with a very diverse array of clients and developed strategies to improve verbal communication.

Jan 2013 - Aug 2014

Account Manager

McKesson Medical

Managed and serviced primary care accounts in the Mid-South region.  Developed professional relationships with clients and prospective clients.  Performed market and customer usage analyses.  Developed and implemented sales strategies based on market trends.

Apr 2010 - Sep 2011


Learfield Communications

Managed over $2 million in digital and physical media inventory.  Supported sales staff and screened prospective clients.  Used Power Point and Excel extensively to create effective sales presentations that allowed the sales staff to function unimpeded.


Aug 2014 - May 2016

Master's in Business Administration

Pittsburg State University

Excelled in graduate-level coursework.  4.0 GPA.

Aug 2008 - Dec 2012

Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration

University of Tulsa

Major in Marketing.  3.0 GPA.  Coursework in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Service Marketing, Sales Management, and Communication.  Member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.  


Mar 2013 - Mar 2015

Accredited in Medical Sales

Certified knowledge of all aspects of medical supply distribution. Certification process covered micro-level issues such as individual equipment and macro-level concerns such as pricing and distribution models.



Microsoft Office

Very experienced with the professional applications of Microsoft Word and Excel.


Extremely skilled at both written and verbal communication.

Professional Writing

Work experience has further refined writing in a professional setting. Scored 6/6 on the Writing Assessment portion of the GMAT.

Marketing Strategy

Past work and educational experience has taught both the practical application and technical aspects of a successful marketing plan.