“... our team’s knowledge of the healthcare industry and the digital industry is vast.”
Because we represent a diverse group of brands and pharmaceutical companies, our team's knowledge of the healthcare industry and the digital industry is vast. Each brand and product is specialized — from an orphan drug developed for an extremely rare disease to over-the-counter cleansers and moisturizers.
Our team approaches each brand challenge by understanding the audience, as well as the disease state or condition. We have to tailor our objectives and strategies for each; it is never "one size fits all." As we move brands ahead in the digital world, we have to be thinking broadly about what we can offer, but fit it to the narrow needs of each client and the industry itself.Q
I was a clerk in a dime store that sold everything from apparel to cosmetics. The store was Copperfield's, a popular store in our small town of about 6,000.Q
I had a lot of them. I was in the journalism and public relations program. I liked writing and graphic design courses. Publishing was probably my favorite because it combined writing and design layout.Q
My first true advertising job was for a direct marketing agency (B2B, sports marketing). Database marketing was the big thing. We designed websites for the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tennessee Titans.Q
Sigmund Freud. My minor was psychology, and the mind has always been interesting to me.Q
Unloading the dishwasher.Q
I guess you could say I'm a bionic woman. I broke my right leg in two places when I was six months pregnant. As a result, I have two plates and 16 screws in my leg. Also, 20 years ago, I broke my left arm in two places. I have one plate and 8 screws as a result of that.Q
A very nice Pinot Noir. A. Rafanelli Winery — in Sonoma, California — is one we enjoy.Q
I've been told a couple of stories. First, I was named after the actress Jill St. John. Second, a friend of our family was named Jill.Q
I don't know if this is a talent, but I make a mean pot of brisket chili.Q
The 1920s. I love that era. Prohibition, flappers and speakeasies — there were so many secretive things going on.Q
Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed. It's a compilation of advice letters about life — issues big and small. She gives a great perspective, making you realize that your "big" problems really aren't that big.
Also, The Great Gatsby is one of my favorites of all time. It's a great depiction of the 1920s.Q
I'm a night owl, for sure. I used to go to bed around midnight, but now I have a baby and force myself to go to bed before 10:00.Q
I've been working with March of Dimes on and off recently. Since having a baby, I haven't had time to chair any of the events. This year, I've been participating as an event volunteer. We did a walk and an event called Dining for Babies.
This past year, I also participated in an event and silent auction for a local charity called Shadow Buddies. They provide emotional support for children who are sick or hospitalized.