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creative manager | connector
Hometown: Scottdale, PA
Jamie is a versatile writer with more than 15 years of marketing and communications experience, more recently specializing in business development and sales writing. She is adept at translating complex client ideas to forms that easily connect with the intended audience, making her a natural fit for instructional design.
Jamie grew up in rural Pennsylvania and graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in Nonfiction Writing and a Public & Professional Writing certificate. Her resume avoids straight lines, veering through nonprofits, boutique agencies, and Fortune 500 companies—across healthcare, commercial real estate, and construction verticals—before landing at automätik.
Once an avid skier, Jamie pivoted to cycling as her primary hobby after moving from Flagstaff to Phoenix in 2015. She also enjoys cooking, camping, paddling, and heading to the beach with her husband and their sassy little dog.
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