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Marketing Manager, Transwestern
1. What do you like best about your job?
I love providing the brokers here with all the print material and research they need to successfully market their commercial real estate properties. I especially enjoy creating virtual property tours; although designing email blasts that will intrigue our target audience is a close second.
2. What are the biggest professional challenges you face and how does ClickDimensions help you address those challenges?
My greatest challenge is to promote to the public the catalog of commercial properties that we have available, which of course gets updated all the time. ClickDimensions is a great resource for me because it helps in both the design and the distribution of the daily email blasts I create for each property.
3. What was your background before landing in your current role?
I’ve been successfully working in marketing, graphic design and CRM administration for more than 20 years.
4. As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Like a lot of young people, I loved animals, so I originally dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. But when I began work as a vet clinic assistant, I found I could not bear to see animals in distress, even though I was there to help them. So, I’ve focused on my dogs, like Lilly, a German Shorthaired Pointer, who is as full of energy as she is of love.
5. If you could learn a new skill in an instant, what would it be?
Not surprisingly, this instant skill would also involve animals. When I was younger, I rode in amateur horseback-riding competitions. Unfortunately, I was not able to take this ability to the next level, and I now only ride a few times a year. So, nothing would make me happier than the ability to ride a horse through an equestrian showjumping course. Instant-Skill Olympics, here I come!