Author: Michael Scorcia Category: Date: December 19, 2021
Regina Menninger, Account Coordinator
I enjoy making lists, creating new goals, and pushing myself to achieve that next great thing in life. With a passion for studio art, a background in public relations, and advanced expertise in social media strategy and digital marketing, I can often be found wearing many hats—and wearing them well!
I gain inspiration from my mother, music, and abstract art—in both my professional and personal life. Guided by those influences, I’ve cultivated a unique blend of attributes and skills that differentiate me as a creative, energetic, and productive team member with a proven record of success. With an authentic communication style and a work ethic grounded in focused commitment, I’ve spent my career to date helping businesses create digital marketing strategies that build awareness, social media programs that engage, and content that inspires.
As an Account Coordinator at Paradigm, I coordinate the execution of tailored marketing campaigns to achieve unmatched success for our clients. I examine current marketing research and competitive analyses to inform strategy, collaborate with our design and development teams to create impactful messaging, social media, and marketing plans, and support the tactical execution of initiatives to ensure purpose-driven results.
What the Paradigm Values Mean to Me
‘Even when I had been with Paradigm for a mere number of weeks, I recall looking back at my short time, realizing how much I had learned and was filled with excitement for the opportunities that were to come. As time has passed and I continue to grow, I find myself able to perform at increasingly higher levels and facing new experiences and challenges with confidence. Working here, I know my growth is not just a testament to my own determination, but also to those around me who encourage me to expand my mind and make it enjoyable to do so.’
Northern Kentucky University
BA in Studio Arts
Minor in Public Relations
I am an avid Yogi with aspirations to become a certified Yoga instructor.
“Whomever you become, whatever you make yourself into, that is who you always were.” — Tara Westover