Vice President: Liza Wylie-Thal
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Year in School:
Marketing & Events Intern - Reading Royals (ECHL); Undergraduate Teaching Assistant - MKTG 2101; Graduate & Undergraduate Programs Assistant - MSCM Department; IBIT Small Business Consultant - Temple University
Things you’ve learned from AMA:
Through AMA, I have learned the importance of building relationships and a strong personal network. I have developed soft skills that compliment my marketing education to prepare for a successful career in the field. AMA provides each of our members with the opportunity to explore post-graduate opportunities and strengthen ourselves in the process. Every speaker session, workshop, office tour, and conference has offered a unique experience to both learn and improve.
What do you plan to do in the future and how has AMA impacted this?
I plan to pursue post-graduate opportunities in brand strategy, campaign management, or account services, hoping to apply both creativity and collaboration. I am particularly interested in a career in the media industry, focusing on sports and entertainment. My time with TU-AMA has presented direct exposure to my ideal industry setting. Speaker sessions with Comcast, NBC Sports, and iHeartMedia contributed greatly to my interest in media and provided me a platform to interact with representatives of each company. My time with Cherry Consulting has allowed me to concentrate my skillset and understand my own strengths while doing real work with clients.