Secret Talent:Designing mouthwatering sandwiches
Pets:Goji – my French bulldog and lifter of spirits
Jacqueline (who actually goes by her last name, “Chase”) cleverly leveraged her Psychology degree and her infectious positive attitude to persuade TG into hiring her in December of 2014. Fortunately, as it turns out, she is also an experienced marketer and possesses a host of talents that make her a valuable asset to the team, including extraordinary creativity, superior writing skills and the ability to produce well-written, attention-getting online content.
Before joining TG, Chase spent several years as a freelance writer building her online portfolio, which included a diverse mixture of consumer guides, product descriptions, blog articles and other content marketing collateral. With a little tenacity and a lot of proofreading, Chase established an impressive client list that included Internet giant, eBay. Chase earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2008.
When Chase isn’t brainstorming, researching and writing copy that “wows” co-workers and clients, she may be at home, wrapped in her favorite royal purple blanket, enjoying a bowl of Cheerio’s and mouthing the words to Zeppelin’s “Ramble On” between crunches. After cereal, Chase sometimes likes to contemplate life’s deepest philosophical question over a cold one. What’s the meaning of life according to Chase? It’s happiness, of Coors.