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Chelsey Brice

Submitted by pgaleoto on Fri, 09/07/2018 - 21:37
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Account Executive

A good account executive works hard to ensure a client’s event goes well. An exceptional account executive scrapes beef off the floor to ensure accurate meat-consumption accounting while grown men stuff their faces above her head during a client’s rib-eating contest.

Chelsey Brice is exceptional.

Six years into her marketing career, Chelsey has the experience and composure of a professional far beyond her years. From coordinating the aforementioned rib orgy to running media and public relations for a city’s July 4th celebration to managing an integrated marketing campaign for a water park, she routinely has been entrusted to manage client brands and make-or-break events.

Chelsey has served as lead client account executive on many accounts, developing integrated marketing and communication strategies for local, regional and national media while managing billing, invoicing and reporting. She is process-driven and goal-oriented, constantly working to satisfy client needs more efficiently and effectively.

While creativity brought Chelsey to marketing, collaboration keeps her here. She admits she has no intention of returning to school, though she loves to learn new things; lucky for her, both her clients and teammates have proven great teachers. She thrives on the collaborative aspect of her job, feeding off other people’s knowledge and expertise and then working together to solve problems. And she loves becoming an expert in her clients’ business – go ahead, ask her about rebuilding a busy urban street, which dog breed is smartest or what it takes to continuously filter 900,000 gallons of water filled with kids.

When she’s not helping clients reach their goals, Chesley can be found working on home improvement projects with her husband Kyle and trying to train her silver lab puppy Wren not to jump on people. So far, efforts have not been successful, but this avid problem solver isn’t giving up.

 

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