My road in life took a while to figure out.
Learned the second language to be able to travel and increase my employability.
Got my 1st college degree and moved to USA.
Signed contract with 4 interpreting agencies in Chicago and helped people who did not speak English.
Graduated from Loyola University with honors to have a better understanding of the business world.
Went though internship program to learn more about working on the agency side.
Started working for an international e-commerce company and learned a lot about Internet marketing.
Moved to Los Angeles to pursue a more lucrative tech market in California.
Started working for a full service agency ATAK Interactive as Outreach / Digital Marketing Director.
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Outreach + Digital Marketing Director

I help companies achieve their growth targets and build strong online brand awareness.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Being Creative

Day to Day

My day at work never looks like the day before. The life in my full service digital marketing agency can be demanding & exciting at the same time. I work with great clients from various industries & grow professionally every day. The scope of work & the type of services that we provide varies from a simple e-blast / social media post to a more complex SEO analysis or a website project for a small business or startup. The environment in our agency pushes everybody to go outside of the comfort zone.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for college students

It is important to have technical skills: Photoshop, SEO basics, HTML, etc. The more experience you can get from your school projects, volunteer opportunities, family business, the more marketable you are to potential employers. Take care of your online presence, so that you are not fired on your first work day for some silly tweet or Facebook post. You should treat your college time as your full-time job. It is not time for slacking off! Use your time wisely and learn as much as you can now.

Recommended Education

My career is related to what I studied. I'd recommend the path I took:


The Noise I Shed

From Parents:

"You should get a profession that is more main stream: doctor, engineer, etc."