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Work experience

Sep 2011Present

Executive Marketing Director

InNUvation: Entrepreneurship and Innovation


Sep 2008Jun 2012


Northwestern University
Jan 2010Jan 2011

One-Year Program

Rothberg International School at Hebrew University

One-Year Program






During his four years at Northwestern University, Tory Reiss managed to take on a multitude of extracurricular activities, internships, and jobs while maintaining a high GPA. He took leadership positions on campus, serving as the Executive Marketing Director of InNUvation, a campus organization devoted to entrepreneurship and innovation. In this role, he oversaw marketing and public relations efforts in the Northwestern Campus and Chicagoland area.Tory Reiss also gained additional leadership experience as a Trip Leader for community service trips to Argentina and Brazil. Also while studying and over summer breaks, Tory Reiss was employed with several companies. At Tokbox Inc. in Evanston, he functioned as a Brand Ambassador, developing and implementing a local and online marketing campaign for the firm. He also used marketing materials and analysis tools to promote and track the effectiveness of the campaign. At Breathable Foods, Tory Reiss operated as the Global Account Manager. He managed a portfolio that comprised more than 50 international distributors across the globe. He also generated sales resulting in more than $20,000 in contracts and wholesale sales. Reiss also conducted research and helped to produce the marketing budget for the 2011 trade shows. Additionally, Tory Reiss spent time in Denver, Colorado, as a Summer Associate with Coca-Cola Refreshments, where he focused on increasing Coke Zero’s market penetration in Colorado. He also reduced company time spent on the Excel Workbook by 60 percent, due to his rebuilding efforts. Notably, he helped to secure a large multi-year contract for Coke with Loveland Ski Resort. Tory Reiss graduated in June 2012 with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Business Institutions and International Studies.


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