I stumbled into my career back in 1978 while working towards becoming an accountant. Little did I know at the time that this business would provide so much more excitement and challenge than columnar pads of numbers ever could.
Like so many others in this business, I did not plan to have a career in Marketing Research. I graduated with a degree in Psychology knowing that I wanted to work with people – to what degree was still not clear.
As Manager of Hispanic Services I oversee all of our Hispanic research projects. We conduct a wide variety of Hispanic projects including focus groups, IDI’s, B2B and Ethno’s. The Latin American Community in metro Atlanta is one of the fastest growing
I have worked for Atlanta Out Loud since the year 2000. I began in a part-time position as one of the many capable Client Service Staff for the company, then known as Atlanta Focus.
Many names yet basically one hat . . . Number Cruncher, Bean Counter, and “Hooray for paychecks!” In a word I am the Bookkeeper. Many years ago Marianne’s father was the reigning Bookkeeper.
Here at Atlanta Out Loud, I work to make our database the best it can possibly be. I spend my days making sure that our database is accurate and growing with new and diverse respondents