Originally from the Panhandle of Florida, Tabitha traded in white sand beaches for the Black Hills after her husband’s military career brought them to Rapid City. Tabitha has enjoyed every minute of exploring the area.
Tabitha graduated from the University of West Florida with a Communication degree in 2017. An advertising specialist by trade, Tabitha has experience with building and supervising digital marketing campaigns to bridge the gap between clients and their target audience. She is also a social media guru that loves to help clients reach their goals on various social platforms such as Meta, TikTok, and Snapchat.
In her spare time, Tabitha likes dabbling in creative pursuits with an emphasis on digital illustration. She also enjoys lazy weekends filled with binging shows and playing video games with her husband, Tyler, and their three fur babies Bee, Captain, and Nori.
What does Midwest Marketing’s mission mean to you?
To me, Midwest Marketing’s mission means being surrounded and supported by a team of like-minded individuals who are passionate about helping our customers and community thrive.
“Creativity takes courage.” – Henri Matisse
What Midwest Marketing value resonates most with you?
“Marketing is always moving forward and so are we,” is the Midwest Marketing value that resonates with me the most. No organization can risk being left behind in an ever-changing world, especially when it comes to marketing. I’m proud to say I’m part of a team that keeps up with the times rather than be left behind.
Life and work as an Architect (INTJ)
In my opinion, being an Architect is best described as a journey of constant improvement. The 16Personalities website characterizes Architects as people who “love perfecting the details of life and whose minds are never at rest,” and I can confirm this is the case for me in all areas of my life.
Two things that Architects need in life, whether it’s work or play, is an environment that allows for curiosity and creativity. Fortunately, the culture at Midwest Marketing encourages both, so my role here is a pretty perfect fit!
When I am not at work, you can find me…
At home working on a crafty project that inspires my creativity.
If you could go back and give your high school self one piece of advice, what would it be?
Create more art!