Ignite Visibility is very excited to welcome Danelle Conlon to our team. As a recent UCSD graduate, Danelle is very organized and has a thirst for knowledge. She has done an excellent job at Ignite Visibility thus far and we expect her to rise up the ranks quickly. Danelle is currently a Project Coordinator. In this interview, we learn a little bit more about Danelle.
Where did you go to school?
I went to the University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
What do you like most about online marketing?
I have always loved learning, it keeps me entertained. This makes internet marketing perfect for me because there is so much to know, and it’s frequently changing. Now I get to keep learning new things forever!
What do you like about Ignite?
I like how much Ignite cares. From the moment I interviewed, I could tell that Ignite was a good company that genuinely cared about their employees and clients. I also like to be in an environment where I can be proud of the work I do, and Ignite fits in perfectly with that because all the work done here by myself and everyone else is truly work to be proud of. No shortcuts are ever taken, and everyone here works really hard to produce quality work for clients.
What are some things clients should know about you?
I am a hard worker and I am dedicated, so I can guarantee I will always be putting hard work and dedication towards all of my clients. There is no task too small or big that I can’t do, or learn to do.
What is your favorite food?
I love enchiladas suizas from Casa de Guadalajara in Old Town.
What is one thing most people don’t know about you?
I’m fluent in Spanish! I have spoken it my whole life and went to a bilingual charter school, so I can read it and write it as well. Most people don’t believe me until they hear me speak!
What do you do for fun?
Being a recent college grad, I’m rediscovering what “fun” is. (Juggling two jobs and a full school load didn’t leave me too much time for fun back in college). In these few months of freedom, I’ve discovered I love exploring all the unique eateries San Diego has to offer. I’m also slowly getting back into running and playing the cello!