Work experience

Work experience
Jan 2010 - Present

Marketing and Graphic Design Intern

Siemens Corporate Research

Marketing (60% of internship)•    Research, compose, and build online internal Siemens surveys •    Copy edit papers by Siemens employees to be published•    Update Siemens intranet pages for all Siemens Corporate Research departments•    Marketing coordinator for North American Siemens Requirements Engineering Community Meeting (RE Meeting), Software Architecture Improvement Group (SAIG), and International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE)Graphic Design (40% of internship)•    Prepare and copy edit PowerPoint presentations•    Create flyers for international Requirements Engineering courses •    Create key collateral pieces for Siemens RE Meeting, SAIG, and ICGSE

Mar 2009 - Dec 2009

Event Marketing and PR Intern


Event Marketing (60% of internship)•    Created key collateral pieces for U Connect ‘09 Conference•    Complied Speaker/Moderator Packets for over 100 speakers and 60 moderators for annual U Connect Conference •    Trained in CRM and ZoomerangPublic Relations (40% of internship)•    Introduced, created, and updated YouTube and Twitter accounts for GS1 US•    Created and updated database of daily news clippings pertaining to GS1 US and subsidiaries and performed thorough content analysis on each article•    Projected viewer/circulation numbers for GS1 US news releases•    Used Vocus and Exact Target programs to send out news releases and email blasts to clients•    Substantially improved web presence of U Connect ‘09 and U Connect ‘10 by submitting information to major online event calendars and industry journals

Sep 2008 - Dec 2008

Marketing Intern

WMSH Marketing Communications

Marketing (50% of internship)•    Created, edited, and updated RFP’s for major clients•    Media planning and buying for a diverse portfolio of clients•    Attended client meetings, pre-bid conferences, and other client events to ensure maximum client satisfaction including: Media Day 2008 at Burlington County College and The Forum on the Future of New Jersey 2008Marketing Research (40% of internship)•    Conducted focus groups and performed statistical analysis for numerous reports•    Performed extensive research and analysis of competitors for clients•    Conducted general research and composed articles for a series of articles “Who’s Who of South Jersey” in the publication South New Jersey Business PeopleDesign (10% of internship)•    Designed Powerpoint slides for several keynote talks for Michael Willmann, CEO of WMSH Marketing Communications•    Designed name tags for over 300 guests and Powerpoint slides for over 20 speakers for the Forum on the Future of New Jersey 2008


Sep 2006 - May 2010


Rider University