“ICD has allowed me to explore anything and everything I find interest in.”
Tell us a little about what you do here at ICD.
I’m the VP of Marketing Operations, which is a formal way of saying I make sure things ‘go’ when it comes to marketing. I am responsible for field marketing (events, product, partners, special projects) and work with our team on strategy, campaigns and go-to-market projects.
Can you share with us anything you worked on that made you particularly proud or gratified?
The pandemic was a challenging time for everyone. However, I am really proud of our team’s effort to keep our clients informed of the evolving market, connected and engaged.
ICD has been recognized as a Great Place to Work. What do you like about working here?
There is a secret sauce at ICD, and I’m ready to reveal the best unkept secret in the world: It’s the people! After seven years at ICD, I have made so many life-long friends. I am fortunate to get to know a lot of people here by working across many different teams. They encourage me to be better and do better, and they don’t mind when I push back or ask questions. Beyond the folks internally, I love to work with our clients and partners. I learn so much from all of these people every day.
How has your career evolved at ICD?
I was very early in my career when I joined ICD, and I didn’t know exactly what I wanted in a company or a role. ICD has allowed me to explore anything and everything I find interest in, has challenged me to try new things and has helped me out when I needed it. I started at ICD wearing a lot of hats. During my time here, I’ve worked on a rebrand, go to market projects, a capital event, and more. Now, I manage a small team in marketing and have the pleasure of serving on the leadership team. I really feel like what I do influences the company and our broader impact on the industry, which keeps me energized and excited about what I do every day.
What would you want prospective employees to know about building a career at ICD?
Like with most things in life, you get out what you put in at ICD. If you want to build a successful career, put in the time to ask questions, get to know people and find creative solutions to problems you encounter.