Meet Maggie Bartlett, the newest member of our team! Maggie is a Marketing Manager, and we can’t wait for you to meet and work with her.
What attracted you to Magneti?
The people. The team is vibrant, clever, engaged and compassionate. I knew that even on the most stressful days, I would still be happy and thankful for my job because of the people.
What’s your favorite part of working at Magneti so far?
I’ve learned so much about digital marketing and feel immensely valued as an employee. My skills have been put to use but also challenged and stretched. Marketing has almost become a science, laden with data and a desire to prove value for each decision, so it’s exciting to continually be learning.
How long have you lived in Colorado?
I was born and raised in Colorado, but have deep family roots in North Carolina and Virginia. I studied Business and Journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Go Heels!) and lived in North Carolina and Kenya, but the mysterious pull of the mountains tugged me home.
When did you become interested in marketing?
I remember saying I never wanted to work in marketing because I didn’t want to sell people things they didn’t need. Turns out, not all marketing is like that and I have a knack for it.
If you didn’t work in marketing and communications, where would you work?
I’d be a backpacking or outdoor adventure guide.
What’s the most interesting thing you learned this week? Not necessarily at work!
That only 18 NCAA tournament brackets out of 18 million accurately predicted the Sweet Sixteen teams.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
“Always leave a party while you’re still having fun!” My grandmother always said that and to this day, it remains the most valuable advice I’ve ever received!
What do you look forward to on the weekend?
Slow mornings, mountain adventures and reading in bed.
What are you known for among your friends?
They call me Queen Mags because, well, I’m bossy and because I get things done, rally the troops, organize events, reunions and gatherings and (hopefully) do it all with some grace and poise.
Early bird or night owl?
Night owl, always.