Author: Kacey Waleski Category: Date: August 12, 2021
Alexa Rose Spear, Marketing Assistant
In my view, success means using my skills to help others and add value to their lives in some way. That’s why I find photography particularly fulfilling. Being able to capture someone’s beauty requires a willingness to approach a subject from all angles, truly recognize who they are, and honor all the unique qualities that make them special. In my experience, there is nothing more rewarding than making someone feel seen and understood.
This drive to facilitate meaningful connections and collaboration was nurtured during my time at Montclair State University as a Communication and Media Arts major. Having the opportunity to learn alongside a cohort of talented peers gave me a chance to build a range of meaningful skills. From developing transmedia campaigns to analyzing media ecology to producing short films, I enjoyed tackling each new challenge, cultivating new proficiencies and strengthening my skill set along the way.
There is nothing more thrilling to me than coming up with innovative solutions to problems. I love to brainstorm ideas, research different possibilities, and ultimately figure out how to put new plans into action. One of my favorite aspects of marketing is that there are always new goals to reach and stronger results to achieve. I am proud to be part of a team of passionate marketing pros who turn those visions into reality for clients every day.
As a Marketing Assistant at Paradigm, I support the marketing project team in executing campaigns and achieving purpose-driven results. My additional responsibilities include social media marketing, content creation, market research, CRM maintenance and management, and more.
Montclair State University
BA in Communication and Media Arts
Minor in English and Photography
County College of Morris
AA in Humanities and Social Sciences
I was born with a grey streak of hair just like Marvel’s Rogue!
“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – C.S. Lewis