I have a diverse background. I started my career as a marketing intern at Hershey Park where I assisted the Directors of Promotions, Advertising and Publicity. After graduating from Shippensburg University I landed my first full-time job with a printing company, Regency Thermographers in Waynesboro, PA. I was a Commercial Product Manager and I was responsible for redesigning the Presentation Folder line. I enhanced this line by expanding the designs, types of papers and finding ways to improve printing options. After moving to the Washington, DC metro area in late 2000, I sold cable television, newspaper and internet advertising for Comcast Spotlight and The Washington Times respectively. At Comcast I was recognized as a new business developer in 2003, and at the Times I was consistently recognized as a Top Revenue Producer in 2004 and 2005. In 2005 I joined Arbitron as a Client Services Consultant providing support and training for research software applications used by the radio, television, newspaper and advertising industries. I served as the lead consultant for the Prime Next application with duties including training, support, data analysis and monthly status reports. In my last position with Arbitron, I collaborated with five regional offices of the AAS sales division to manage client relationships, identify new business potential and provide marketing tools to account management teams to facilitate a more competitive edge in a difficult economic environment. This summer I interned with the American Film Institute Silverdocs Film Festival were I assisted the Guest Relations Manager with a number of tasks involving travel arrangements and budget tracking. I am currently a part-time graduate student at George Washington University in the Survey Design and Data Analysis program and am looking for an opportunity to utilize my strong research and analytical skills.