Happy Birthday, Angela!
Birthdays have always been a celebratory event in Vision Creative Group’s office, and what’s a little birthday fun without an interview? We sat down with today’s birthday girl to learn a little bit more about VCG’s resident baker and what she does when she’s not making treats.
First of all, what’s your title?
What does that mean?
I act as the marketing professional and contact point for a specific roster of clients.
What type of accounts do you work on?
There’s quite a variety. I work with accounts that range from residential property owners and private clubs to foodie-based clientele and social media.
What’s a day in the life like for you?
Usually starts with either hot or iced coffee from Dunkin while checking email and responding to clients, writing and curating social media content for clients and Vision, proofing collateral materials and adding things to my color-coded white board calendars.
What’s your favorite task?
Writing or re-writing recipes for Vision’s foodie clients.
Do you have a hobby?
Any kind of cooking or baking (and consequently, bringing baked goods to the agency kitchen).
What’s your favorite quote?
I have far too many, but two of my absolute favorites are:
“People who love to eat are always the best people,” said by the wonderful Julia Child.
“What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable?” by John Green.
What’s your favorite item in your office/on your desk?
Probably the 11 beautiful photos from my favorite food photographer mounted on canvases hanging in my office. It keeps a little bit of the food industry I love with me.
Give us your resume in 140 characters or less:
Bookstore manager > Pastry chef > Chef de Cuisine > Catering business owner > Polka dot
enthusiast > Account exec > Social media marketer
We hope you enjoy your birthday!
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