“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”
– Ferris Bueller
A valued member of the Prosio Communications leadership team, Kari knows all about how quickly life moves. Kari thrives under the “never a dull moment” lifestyle, and dives into agency work with both feet…and usually it’s a graceful landing.
Kari serves as a director with the firm, overseeing client relations and project management teams while directing the creative team and managing client campaign branding initiatives. Kari also provides strategic direction for paid advertising efforts, as well as high-level support for business development pursuits and corporate communication strategies.
But I wish I could live: Boston. Or anywhere near the ocean.
My professional superpower: Grammar Guru and AP Style Queen – correcting typos and grammar, one errant comma or dangling participle at a time!
Dog or Cat: Dogs. Plural. Three terriers – two well-behaved boys, Jedi and Obi, and one very ill-behaved (but endearing) girl, Posey. #crazydoglady
Favorite thing about my job: The people. I love the projects and our clients, but we wouldn’t be as good at what we do without such an awesome team of individuals!
I wish it could be this holiday every day: The Christmas season! That whole magical three-week +/- where the weather is cold, everything is decorated and the mood is high-spirited.
What was your favorite band in high school? U2. Was then and still is now.
What is your biggest office pet peeve? A messy breakroom and office food ninjas who secretly pick at the contents of doughnuts, cookies and bagels, and leave miniscule crumbs – AND THE KNIFE – inside the box.
I’m most proud of: My ability to roll with the punches. For someone who normally lacks patience (read: has road rage), I don’t get angry in many situations. Things happen, you deal with the issues, you move on and you get it done. It does help that the nature of the job doesn’t allow us to dwell, but rather requires us to find that immediate solution and GO!