At intellidigital, everyone's ideas are valued. No opinion gets left unheard, and all of our projects are a group effort.
We are quick-witted and intelligent. A group of forward-thinkers with different strengths is what makes intellidigital so successful.
We are a ambitious group of people at intellidigital. We work hard on our projects, for our clients, for our company and for ourselves. We love what we do, and we are passionate about it too!
We are a bit unorthodox at intellidigital, and that's what keeps things so fun. We enjoy thinking outside of the box and letting our true colors shine.
We are a group of inventors, innovators, and avant-garde's at intellidigital. We are always coming up with new ideas to keep things fresh, original, and creative.
We are always focused on the client before ourselves. At intellidigital, we have servant-hearts, and are empathetic to our client's needs, current situations, and desires.
Julia Brock started her marketing experience when she founded her non-profit organization, Blessed Children. After months of reading marketing books and taking courses, Julia became an expert at marketing on: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram. Julia received her degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Alabama in 2014, and enjoys applying her love of research and problem-solving in the marketing world.
Rachel graduated from Texas A&M with degrees in Ecological Restoration and Forestry. She got started in marketing after creating an Instagram account to showcase her travel and nature photography. After taking some social media courses, she began managing accounts for friends and their businesses. Rachel currently helps run a music therapy non-profit, teaches children how to read and do math after school, and volunteers at the humane society and science center. She strives to bring unique perspectives to every project and loves using social media to bring attention to environmental and social issues.
Amy Petrie is a senior at Pennsylvania State University. She is majoring in Entrepreneurship, which she found her passion for at age 16 when she started her own business. She will be receiving her B.S. in May of 2018 at the age of 21, one year early. Recently, she has gained experience with Twitter marketing, and is currently in the process of applying to grad schools.
Lauren started her career at a start-up in Philadelphia, after receiving her degree from the University of Alabama in Business Management. She worked with all aspects of the business including Supply Chain, Marketing, Operations and Human Resources. She helped grow the start up from 3 major cities to 10 within a year. After working with the start-up she received a job down in the DC area as an Account Manager. Lauren enjoys working within tight deadlines and delivering results in an efficient and timely manner.
Victoria started her experience through an internship with a Warren Buffett company in Andover, MA. She learned all aspects of digital marketing, which landed her a job at a NYC SEO startup after graduating from the Univeristy of Alabama. After working for the startup for a year, she was eager to move to DC and received a job as a Digital Marketing Analyst for Lidl. Victoria enjoys analyzing data to find the best solutions to exceed client’s goals.
Laura Brock is a sophomore at Mass College of Art & Design majoring in Film and currently resides in Boston, MA. Laura found her passion for arts when she was just 3 years old, and began working with film when she was just 12 years old. Laura is skilled with a variety of mediums, but chose to pursue film in order to capture the things she is most passionate about: human rights, green technology, animals, nature, and equality.
David Brock is the inventor of the RFID tag for products, Auto-ID, EPCglobal, and machine to machine. David holds degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and received his Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in 1993. David has always dreamed of an interconnected world and aims to to change how the world communicates and processes data with his most recent technology.
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