Kristy and Mike
Kristy: I got into digital marketing when I realized how fun it is to analyze data and optimize websites. Not your idea of fun? No worries, you can leave it to me.
I’ve been hanging around with small businesses since 1982, when my dad bought a restaurant in northern Michigan.
Since then, I’ve learned the challenges unique to small companies including how tough it is to set yourself apart, especially on a budget.
Nearly 10 years ago, I dove head first into digital marketing. Today I work for a big software company, so I’m still learning every day and staying on top of web trends and new tools.
I’ve been working in marketing since 2002, and in 2012 I got my MBA with a concentration in Integrated Marketing Communications. I love sharing my knowledge and helping small companies grow.
You can learn more about me on LinkedIn.
In the past 16 years as an educator, I’ve created original content and curriculum for a diverse range of courses such as English, Broadcast Journalism, Digital Journalism, Media Literacy, and Creative Writing.
Recently with the help of Loyola’s Digital Storytelling Masters Program, I found my voice beyond fiction, discovering the power of photography, design, video, and podcasts.
Now I’m happy to apply my storytelling skills and experience with small business owners, to help their businesses flourish.
See more about me on LinkedIn.
People are talking about us…
Sr. Marketing Manager, Amazon
Kristy has managed a number of challenging projects for me, integrating omni-channel opportunities and executing flawlessly. Kristy is truly an asset to any team.”
Co-Founder / Strategic Director, Orbit Media Studios; Speaker; Author
I’ve been in many meetings with her when she pulled the conversation away from the less impactful decisions back toward the strategic actions. This makes her an excellent marketer.
I’d work with her any time on any project. She’s a genuine pro.”
VP, Sales and Marketing, Casting House
A valuable team member and leader, Kristy consistently produced quality work and made substantial contributions to the company. She was also fun to work with and will certainly be an asset to any organization she collaborates with in the future.”