The last year has been eventful for me. I have decided to switch gears from a Finance focus to Marketing and also leave my wonderful position at Stanford in order to finish my degree. I am very close to finishing and am excited about what the future holds.
I have many years of experience in the field of Finance/Accounting in multiple settings. My work environment at CTB/McGraw-Hill was very structured and corporate which provided me with many best practices and invaluable mentorship from senior management. At Con-Agra Foods it was a smaller operation with a heavy emphasis on the manufacturing/operations and this gave me lots of opportunities to expand my skill-set and delve into performance metrics which lead to going back to McGraw-Hill as a Business Analyst to support Research/Product Development with their finance and performance metrics.
After the economy started to decline, a new opportunity arose in unemployment. My fiance and I decided to open up a freelance graphic/web design service, RM Design, and I provided basic business operations support (marketing and finance) and project management while he worked in production. From there, opportunities in marketing and finance have continued to present themselves, but throughout my educational progress I have found an aptitude and keen interest in marketing. I find myself without technical marketing experience and am open to various possibilities while I complete my education. I have 4 classes in the Spring semester and 3 in the fall. Please take a look around and to get to know a little about me. If you think I may be a match, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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