The Brand Society leadership team is proud to announce the addition of Social Media Coordinator Gabby Chulick to our team. Trust us: You’re going to want to follow this one.
Gabby is a 2020 Magna Cum Laude graduate of University of New Orleans where she majored in English. Before joining the Society, she honed her social media skills with stints at Online Optimism where she served as a Social Media Specialist and at Renaissance Publishing LLC where she was a Digital Media Intern.
Gabby said, “Brand Society has given me the opportunity to work in a dynamic and fun environment with like-minded creatives. I’m thrilled to be a part of the social media and Brand Society team and can’t wait to see where our work takes us!”
When she’s not posting and listening, you can find Gabby running errands at Trader Joe’s, going on walks in City Park, and discovering the best brunch spots in New Orleans with her friends.
Cameron Diaz Joins Brand Society
Not that Cameron Diaz – this Cameron Diaz. A future star if ever there was one.
Cameron started at Brand Society this July as Associate Account Strategist. A full-time student at Loyola University, Cam studies philosophy with a concentration In law (law school is next on her timeline). She’s also a student athlete — a thrower on Loyola’s track and field team. Imagine the pain she could inflict with one of the Addy statues sitting around the office.
So why do a stint at an advertising agency when you want to be a lawyer? We’re talking renaissance woman. Cam wants to learn how things work. She is extremely interested In media and market planning, customer Insight, business and creative development. She also wants to see firsthand how leadership roles work within a business.
Cam said, “I am so excited to be working with the Brand Society team to learn insightful marketing tactics and new skills. Feel free to reword my quote.” See? She’s already giving assignments! A born leader, if ever there was one.
Anyway, we’re proud to have Cam onboard as part of the Brand Society Associates Program. We’re looking forward to being able to say “we knew her when.”