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Nicole Huston

I am currently in the process of finishing my Bachelor’s degree in Marketing at Grand Valley State University.  Although my degree is focused on Marketing, I have experience in public relations, design, and event planning.  I am a driven individual who has a passion for everything marketing and thrives to provide outstanding work for her clients and employers.

Presently, I am a Marketing Specialist for 834 Baba, a non-traditional marketing, public relations firm.  I specialize in social media, event planning, and branding strategy for both 834 Baba and my clients.

Job Title: Marketing Specialist
Company: 834 Design
College: Grand Valley State University, Marketing, Grand Rapids, MI


Maxine Gray

At Williams Group, we plan, design and manage strategic communications programs. In my role as a Project Coordinator, I work with our corporate, foundation and nonprofit clients to ensure a seamless project experience by developing the right timelines, carefully tracking budgets and managing project resources. Our internal team is comprised of project managers, designers and writers, and we facilitate the project process with clients, from creative concept to successful implementation. Upon completion of my master's degree, I was hired as a full-time project coordinator in May 2009. Williams Group provides an excellent opportunity to learn from some of the best and brightest in the communications field, in a highly collaborative, creative and strategic environment. I'm excited to be a full-fledged member of a team so defined by its energy, creativity and intelligence.

Job Title: Project Coordinator
Company: Williams Group
College: Grand Valley State University, Master of Science, Communications, Grand Rapids, MI


Will Swets

I assess, develop and apply marketing techniques to specific companies. I am also responsible for branding (the application of marketing techniques to a specific product, product line, or brand), market research and consultancy services.

Job Title: Account Manager
Company: Deksia
College: Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids, MI


Pat Perry

I do designs and branding for various companies we build websites for. This includes developing a brand, logo, and web page layout.

Job Title: Designer
Company: Spearia
College: Kendall College of Art and Design, Illustration, Grand Rapids, MI


Jessica Ionni

Adtegrity.com is an online advertising network that basically acts as a middle man between Advertisers and Publishers (website owners).  It’s my job to review and either approve or reject new websites that apply to become a part of our network.  Needless to say, sometimes my job can be very entertaining.  I also spend a portion of my day reviewing the creative’s that run through our network to ensure they meet our standards.  Once again, sometimes my job can be very entertaining.  I deal with website owners every day and work to optimize the amount of money they can make, while helping with any problems they might have. I learn something new every day, can wear whatever I want, and work with a lot of great people.  Except when they beat me at the Ping Pong table.  Yes, we have a Ping Pong table, my job is awesome.


Job Title: Publisher Relations Associate
Company: Adtegrity.com
College: Western Michigan University, Haworth College of Business, Marketing, Kalamazoo, MI


David Elliott

I am designer and front-end developer for Spearia (http://www.spearia.com) a relatively new web marketing and development company. I work with a ridiculously talented team of young designers and developers in an environment that is both open and exciting.

Essentially my job is to help interpret (along with Creative Director) what the client wants in terms of design. From there, I design and develop a website that fits best within their market, without neglecting certain design principles (which can be very different when designing for the web). Sometimes it's simple, sometimes it's not... but regardless we're always up for a challenge.

After getting client approval on the design, I code a static xhtml/css template which is almost always integrated into a content management system (expression engine, wordpress, drupal, etc) and that's where the back-end developer's come in and make all the functionality a reality. The best part about it all is having the ability to create something new almost everyday while at the same time having the feeling that you're helping a company or organization succeed in doing so.


Job Title: Designer / Front-end Developer
Company: Spearia
College: Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids, MI


Ashlee Andersen

Jarob Inc. manufactures signage and graphics systems for commercial and retail environments in Grand Rapids, MI.  My responsibilities are developing and maintaining relationships with people in corresponding industries.  Each day I keep records of my sales, quotes, calls, appointments, and develop effective follow up procedures and marketing techniques to directly increase sales.  I must be knowledgeable of the engineering and manufacturing aspect of signage and develop pricing for each custom project.  I also maintain consistent communication with all Jarob divisions and departments to move projects through production.  

Another crucial aspect of this position is networking and public relations.  I am an active member of the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce, Women’s Lunches, Business Builders Leads Group, Result Global Business Reinvention, Grand Rapids Young Professionals, Davenport University Alumni, and volunteer for local youth programs and the Humane Society.  Making sure you are a visible positive light in the community is a main component of sales.

Job Title: Account Executive
Company: Jarob Inc.
College: Davenport University, Bachelor Degree, Marketing, Grand Rapids, MI


Ken Czop

My hat closet is full.  Aside from the Detroit Tigers 59fifty, I’ve amassed a pretty big collection since coming to Highland Group.  Most often, I’m wearing the hard hat. It’s really good for protection from fast-moving, large objects- projects being the most dangerous.  Digging deep into reports and research?  No problem- that’s when the miner’s helmet comes in handy.  There’s the green visor for budgets, a top hat for entertaining clients, and a bunch more.  What’s funny though, is that I’m not the only one.  Highland Group account executives tend to wear a lot of different hats.  It’s definitely a busy way to make a living, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Job Title: Account Executive
Company: Highland Group
College: Aquinas College, Business, Communications, Grand Rapids, MI


Tony Norlin

This summer I am privileged enough to work with the great group of award winning creatives, ad managers, and techies at HG. I've got the chance to expand in some exciting areas including web marketing (social networking anyone?), web/product development, and advertising. Clients that I work with look to differentiate their website launch through high quality and original web marketing. The most exciting part for me is seeing the crew in action and being a part of the creative chaos. Our firm has a newly renovated dream office with an inspiring atmosphere, a vast library of tunes, and an Atari. Yes, an Atari. For creative purposes.

Job Title: Summer Associate
Company: Highland Group
College: Michigan State University, Eli Broad College of Business, Marketing, East Lansing, MI


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