The Bulletin is worked up to welcome Sarah Starkey as our new Social Media & Analytics Coordinator, the place she will likely be answerable for creating, implementing and measuring content material methods throughout social platforms in addition to compiling common analytics experiences. Earlier than becoming a member of the Bulletin, Starkey labored as a Digital Advertising and marketing Coordinator at Houchens Industries Inc. in Bowling Inexperienced, KY.
Starkey began her profession in promoting as a copywriter at Imagewest, an awarding-winning, student-run promoting and public relations company at Western Kentucky College. Although Starkey initially attended faculty with the intention of turning into a journalist, after just a few semesters working at Imagewest she determined to pursue a serious in promoting—although her ardour for writing and storytelling stays robust.
Working at Imagewest gave Starkey the chance to work on a number of pro-bono campaigns for a wide range of nonprofits, from refugee facilities to wildlife rehabilitation facilities. Throughout her final yr at Imagewest, she labored because the Assistant Company Supervisor, serving to to coach and mentor over 25 college students every semester. Throughout her final semester, she gained Imagewest Affiliate of the 12 months for the work she accomplished through the two years she labored at Imagewest.
Along with her accomplishments at Imagewest, Starkey lead her faculty’s pupil promoting membership, RED186, in competing within the 2020 Nationwide Scholar Promoting Competitors. Main a workforce of over 30 college students on a B2B consciousness marketing campaign for Adobe Expertise Cloud for Promoting, her workforce positioned second of their district, with Starkey receiving her personal award for Greatest Q&A participant.
In her free time, Starkey enjoys spending time together with her Shorkie pet, Bernie, making an attempt to construct her small freelance enterprise, and pursuing hobbies resembling inventive writing, portray and graphic design.
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