I went to Chatham University in Pittsburgh. I interned together with Bryan, our CEO, under the former Nakturnal brand. I executed SEO strategies for Shopbop (an Amazon owned company) as an intern. After college I built designed & built websites, and created digital brands for musicians and arts/creative-focused startups, which evolved into digital marketing & strategy consulting. I was approached by our old internship boss to be co-owner an SEO-focused digital marketing agency called Nakturnal.org where I created high-ROI-yielding digital strategies for Kardashian-owned companies, and other well-funded e-commerce startups, franchises, and SaaS brands. On October 1, Nakturnal.org was acquired by Responsival and brought my story full circle to working with Bryan again!
Well, I've only been here for a week.
I'm a big nerd, so we can start there because the numbers really get me jazzed. But on a less nerdy note, I really enjoy making a real difference for my clients. Even though we're talking about bottom lines and digital marketing, I work with a lot of CEO's and executives that have had their zero to hero moment either for their business or in their careers because of our work. I fully believe the digital strategies I create can change companies and lives of the people who work there for the better.
Mostly travel, or eat... or travel and eat. Sometimes I cook, and then I eat that too.... so... mostly eat. :D
No, hotdogs are not sandwiches, TLDR; because it's served in a bun. Anything that's served between normal sliced bread is correctly referred to as a sandwich (with the exception of a patty melt, but it probably only exists because someone ran out of buns for their burgers, but it's still considered a sandwich. There's a lot to unpack there). HOWEVER, when a bun is used a specialized name is typically imparted. Buns, being a specialized form of bread, require special treatment and there's precedence for this argument. Example(s): Philly cheesesteaks, sloppy joes, burgers, sliders, hoagies, etc. A hotdog follows this example -- too good for the sandwich family, and choosing to beat to their own drums as specialized treasures in the "bunned" entree family. One might argue that a hotdog could be considered a "hoagie" due to the elongated & sliced nature of the bun where it resides. But, as someone who has eaten food almost approximately every day, I find that argument to be aggressive and rude, and we shouldn't put hotdogs in a box like that. Let hotdogs be the "bunned treasure" that it is.