Emily brings a wide variety of talents to Efferent media, having been a graphic and web designer and marketing expert for most of her career. She also has a longtime passion for fashion design and has worked as a fashion blogger. In this capacity, Emily has attended major events around the New York City area including Fashion Week at Bryant Park. She’s even been a personal stylist, something she still does on occasion.
In addition to helping people look their best, Emily is an expert at making businesses look great. She’s designed web ads, emails, social media and webpages for online marketing. She’s also done magazine ads, brochures and catalogs. Emily has worked with large corporate clients and small mom and pop operations.
She’ll bring all of those skills to Efferent where she will design ads and posts for social media and design wireframes for new websites as a digital and social media designer.
Prior to joining us, Emily was a senior graphic web designer at Bronson Laboratories in Hauppauge. She’s also worked as a graphic designer for NBTY Vitamin World in Ronkonkoma and was responsible for brochures, postcards and other direct mail pieces from concept to completion. Emily has worked in marketing and graphic design for EtQ Inc and Nikon Eyewear. She has a degree in advertising from NYIT.
When she’s away from the office, she likes to work out and help people reach their health and fitness goals as a Beachbody coach.
Emily can often be found around football fields. She is a proud New York Giants fan and a proud football mom of two boys. She volunteers as the promotional clothing director of Lindenhurst Football and Cheerleading. She lives in Lindenhurst with her husband and sons.
Each new employee of Efferent Media is required to read the office copy of “Raving Fans: A Revolutionary Approach to Customer Service” by Kenneth H. Blanchard & Sheldon Bowles. This delightful book, written as a fable, stresses three key principles for business success: Integrity, Passion, and Over-Delivering. All of us at Efferent — including interns and part-timers — must read this book and absorb its message. It’s a pact with the company — and even with ourselves — that we will never settle for simply “satisfying” customers.