PROVIDENCE, RI – JUNE 1, 2012
TribalVision is pleased to welcome Morgan Morris, Manos Fountoulakis and Amanda Wyatt to the company’s growing team of marketing professionals.
A recent cum laude graduate of Harvard College, Amanda is joining TribalVision after a 6-month internship with the firm. Before her employment at TribalVision, Amanda interned with CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield’s Marketing Department, where she participated in a wide range of projects from rebranding the company’s communications to updating the online sales system and improving “print-on-demand” functionality for client personalization. She has also contributed to research laboratories at the Harvard Business School and at Judge Baker’s Center in Boston. “I’m thrilled to be joining TribalVision as a full-time analyst,” said Amanda. “In my time here, I’ve been able to appreciate the meaningful and unique impact that TribalVision can have for its clients, and I’m eager to continue assisting in that process.”
After recently graduating from Bryant University, Morgan Morris joined the TribalVision team on June 1st. While earning a Bachelor of Science degree in the School of Business Administration with concentrations in marketing and entrepreneurship, Morgan explored her own entrepreneurial endeavor and founded a green promotional company called Inspire Green Inc. In 2009, her company won the Ideas into Action Business Plan Competition at Babson College, earning over $20,000 in start-up capital. Morgan was also a finalist in the Rhode Island Business Plan Competition, and her entrepreneurial spirit coupled with her passion for marketing makes her a valuable addition to TribalVision. “I am very fortunate to have found a company like TribalVision,” said Morgan. “Joining a fast rising company that delivers quantifiable change to a diverse portfolio of clients has provided me with an unparalleled opportunity.”
Manos Fountoulakis is a recent graduate of Bennington College with a degree in Liberal Arts, where his academic areas of focus were media studies and design. Before joining TribalVision, Manos held marketing and public relations internships at Matador Records, Chamberlain Healthcare Public Relations, The Steal Yard, and Bay Computer Associates. During his internships, Manos was involved in a variety of marketing related projects that included a proposed website redesign for Chamberlain Healthcare PR, and a significant contribution to award winning presentations. “This is an opportunity for me to develop my skills in an intimate environment,“ said Manos, “I believe that working at TribalVision will allow me to make a significant impact while learning from experienced professionals.”