About

 

me!

Hi there! My name is Kelsey Bradshaw.

A little history about me: I graduated from the University of Oregon with two bachelor’s degrees in Journalism + Public Relations. In college, I spent two years as Eugene Crossfit’s Public Relations and Marketing Director, which entailed planning events and updating the gym’s social media. I also got people motivated about exercise as a group fitness instructor at the University’s Student Recreation Center. Outside of the gym, I worked as a Senior Event Leader for the Emerald Photo Booth, which entailed meeting with clients, managing expensive equipment and making sure two-hour plus events ran smoothly.

After graduating, I spent the two years traveling to eight different countries. Most notably, I volunteered in the Italian school system for three months, spent a week in the world’s happiest country, Bhutan, and learned how to double my Instagram engagement from posting amazing pictures in Thailand.

Most recently, I’ve been combining my travel and previous experience working as a Marketing Coordinator at Cochlear Americas, the global leader in helping people hear with cochlear implants. I’m responsible for a little bit of everything, including social media and blog content creation, preparing and distributing monthly communications to the field, and working with our external partners to collaborate on media. I also discovered a long-lost love for spreadsheets (they’re just so organized!).

Looking forward to the future, I hope to continue pursuing my interests in marketing, writing and working with great people. In my spare time, I like lifting heavy things at my local Crossfit gym, drinking delicious coffee and exploring the great outdoors.

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