Tech Talk Tuesday: Exploring Careers in Digital Marketing | BAVC

Tech Talk Tuesday: Exploring Careers in Digital Marketing

March 20, 2018 -
6:00pm to 7:00pm

Cost

Price: 
$0.00
Member Fee: 
$0.00 members
Location 

BAVC - 2727 Mariposa St.

Type 
Panel Discussion
Meetup
September Tech Talk Tuesday

Join BAVC for the March edition of Tech Talk Tuesdays, our monthly speaker series, where insiders from tech and other industries share the tips and learning experiences they've gathered while job-hunting and networking. You'll leave with new perspectives and new tools to help you on your own career path.


Come mingle with fellow TechSF participants and future applicants, enjoy refreshments, and learn new approaches to navigating the field.


When: Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 6:00 - 7:00 pm (Refreshments and mingling start after the talk at 7pm)

Where: BAVC, 2727 Mariposa St., 2nd Floor

Speaker: Angelica Valentine, Marketing Manager at Wiser, Melissa Santiago, Social Media & Content Strategist at Muh-tay-zik| Hof-fer, and Stephanie Lottridge, Inbound Marketing Manager for Hearst Bay Area

A Q&A session with BAVC’s Workforce Development Lead, Annie Tahtinen, we’ll hear from Angelica Valentine, Marketing Manager at Wiser, Melissa Santiago, Social Media & Content Strategist at Muh-tay-zik| Hof-fer, and Stephanie Lottridge, Inbound Marketing Manager for Hearst Bay Area about careers in digital marketing.

Angelica Valentine, Wiser, Marketing Manager. Speaker for Tech Talk Tuesday March 2018.
More about Angelica: Angelica Valentine is the Marketing Manager at Wiser, an omnichannel retail solutions provider. She is also a content strategist and writer for global technology companies, such as Proto.io, Homebase, and SAP. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Barnard College of Columbia University in New York City. When she isn't busy writing, this Oakland native can be found exploring music, food, and culture around the world.

Melissa Santiago head shot. Tech Talk Tuesday March 2018
More about Melissa: Melissa has been fascinated with social media since its first incarnation in 1997 when her typing skills were remarkably improved by endless chat binges on AOL Instant Messenger. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Florida State University and began work as a commercial photographer immediately after. She eventually managed to wrangle all of her social media prowess into getting paid to represent brands online (much to her mother’s surprise, who still asks, "what is a twitter?”). Her social media career began with managing banner ads for a magazine website, she moved on to creating social media accounts for a small photography business, and is currently with MUH-TAY-ZIK |HOF-FER as a Social Media and Content Strategist where she works on globally recognized brands -- Netflix, Audi, method Home, Lyft, Hulu, and more. She is also a part-time instructor at Miami Ad School. Her favorite food is coffee and not unlike her pug, her energy level is either unstoppably excited or nap time -- with very little range in between.

Stephanie Lottridge, Hearst Bay Area, Tech Talk Tuesday March 2018
More about Stephanie: Stephanie moved to the Bay Area from Wyoming in 2005 to attend the University of San Francisco. Her initial interest in digital marketing sparked during her study abroad experience in Copenhagen, Denmark where she studied Communication and Mass Media. A class trip to Ogilvy and Mather headquarters in Paris ignited her fascination in creating compelling stories that connect brands with their target audience. After graduating college in 2009, she took a marketing internship at a local snowboarding outwear company and pursued her career from there taking her first major step into the digital marketing world at an email marketing company called VerticalResponse. After focusing on partner and retention marketing strategies at VR, she moved on to a social networking company called SKOUT where she managed the social media strategy. Today she is the Inbound Marketing Manager for Hearst Bay Area where she oversees brand development and content marketing strategies to attract B2B leads.

Space is limited.