February 23, 2022 11:00 AM to 12:00 PMUptown Campus
Are you interested in Marketing and PR, but want more information on those roles and what they look like? Join three industry professionals working in New Orleans, New York City, and Charlotte.
Our panelists include:
-Ruby Saracino started her career while still an undergraduate at Tulane University. Spending her time between New Orleans, Manhattan, and Paris, she worked as Social Media Coordinator for Cynthia Rowley where she oversaw influencer marketing, events/ activations, content creation, and production for runway shows. Ruby’s experience with the runway took her to Paris Fashion Week where she worked directly with People’s Revolution CEO and best-selling author Kelly Cutrone. After graduating with a degree in communications from Tulane, Ruby took her current position at Lox Club where she works at influencer marketing, brand partnerships, and PR.
-Sam Olmsted is an experienced Managing Director, at Online Optimism in the marketing industry, specializing in search engine optimization (SEO), content creation, project management, video production, and more. Sam brings an analytical approach to his marketing efforts, looking at trends in data to create impactful campaigns that lead to higher online visibility for his clients. Sam works with clients in varying industries, from cryptocurrency to healthcare to any business sector that needs more exposure on the web.
-Katie Gervase is the Associate Marketing Manager at Amicus.io, an early-stage fintech company that aligns the incentives of donors, financial institutions, corporations, and philanthropic organizations for charitable giving at scale. Katie joined the company in August 2020 as a Marketing Specialist. In addition to managing the marketing program, she collaborates closely with the Revenue, Product, and PR teams and is the head of the company’s Employee Wellness Committee.
NTC Career Chats are bi-monthly virtual 1-hour career focused conversations and trainings for undergraduate students. The Career Chats are conversational in nature and are presented in a question and answer format. Past Chats have included industry professionals and topics of interest for undergraduate students.