MediaMath MEP NYC Cohort

MEP NYC Cohort


February 2018


 

Tynasia Hammond

Tynasia Hammond

Education: 

SUNY Geneseo (2017)

BA Communication

Why MEP?

“I joined to gain more experience in the ad tech space. I want to learn more hard skills and become more analytical. I also wanted to join to network with people in the field to lead me on a strong career path.”

Ryan LaDuc

Ryan LaDuc

Education: 

Binghamton University (2013)

B.A. Political Science

B.A. Environmental Policy Analysis

Why MEP?

“To learn as much as I can about the marketing industry, so that I may have a firm foundation and level of understanding, with which to then attain the job I most enjoy and am most suited for.”

Curtis Lefebvre

Curtis Lefebvre

Education: 

SUNY New Paltz (2017)

BS International Business

Why MEP?

“I joined MEP because of the culture around building up team members. Secondly, because I would learn a great deal about marketing, data, and technology.”

Jeniver Zorrilla

Jeniver Zorrilla

Education: 

SUNY Albany (2012)

BS Sociology

MBA Marketing

Why MEP?

“I just graduated with my Master in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing but I don’t have work experience in the industry. I believe MEP will both close the skills gap and provide an ideal environment for me to learn, network with peers in the industry, gain invaluable skills and insights and propel my career in marketing.”

Claire Byers

Claire Byers

Education: 

NYU (2017)

BS Mechanical Engineering

Minor: Computer Science

Why MEP?

“To learn from, grow with, and contribute to all the awesome people and work at MediaMath.”

Alex Johnson

Alex Johnson

Education: 

North Carolina State University (2013)

BS Business Administration

Why MEP?

“One of the main reasons I joined MEP, was the emphasis on a strong education that would be gained while in the program. I knew learning so much about the marketing Industry was something I wanted to be a part of. This paired with the sense of community I felt when researching the program and talking to those involved, matched perfectly with the type of work community I wanted to be a part of.”

Vivian Cheng

Vivian Cheng

Education: 

Columbia University (2017)

BA Economics

Why MEP?

“I loved what the program had to offer – especially the emphasis on learning and development.”

Mikael Holcombe-Scali

Mikael Holcombe-Scali

Education: 

SUNY Buffalo (2017)

BS Business Administration

Why MEP?

“1) An unparalleled opportunity for knowledge and growth in digital marketing from the company with the industry leading DSP.

2) A 6% acceptance rate guarantees I will meet some great people in the cohort.”

Adam Osman

Adam Osman

Education: 

Boston University (2013)

BS Mechanical Engineering

Why MEP?

“The ad tech industry has great potential to shape the ways in which brands share their stories with customers. By joining MEP, I wish to both learn the fundamentals of the ad tech industry and offer my knowledge on growing the industry’s potential.”

Jeff Adler

Jeff Adler

Education: 

Rutgers University (2012)

BA Linguistics

MA Linguistics

Why MEP?

“I had a feeling that my skills would lend themselves to the industry, and that that industry would teach me something in return, but only with proper training.”

Tyler Norkus

Tyler Norkus

Education: 

Florida State University (2014)

BS Mechanical Engineering

MS Mechanical Engineering

Why MEP?

“I joined MEP to help in transitioning between industries from finance and technology focused investment banking to break into the digital marketing ad programmatic advertising world with fresh experience. As myself being a current career changer, MEP will allow me to better prepare myself by not only giving me an in-depth dive into the entire digital marketing universe but also the sufficient and specific hard and soft skills needed for a new operational role in the space. I feel MEP will be a great introduction to this complex industry, and the greatest resource I have found out there to accomplish that goal.”

MEPS: September 2017