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Director of Digital Experience

Caroline Sexton

Director of Digital Experience Digital Sorceress

Please believe us when we say that Caroline Sexton, formally Caroline Elizabeth McDermaid, alias The Sovereign of SEO, alias High Priestess of Integrated Marketing Strategy, alias Grand Dame of Content Development, alias Tsarina of Advanced Tracking Mechanisms, is not, as far as our HR department has been able to determine, a participant in any kind of witness protection program.

But one cannot be blamed for suspecting otherwise.

Because Caroline, if that is her real name, has been many places and held many titles. Student of International Business and Marketing, pupil abroad pursuing Italian Studies, barista, snowboard-apparel sales representative, bartender, bar manager, accounting clerk, content strategist, digital producer, and now this whole experiential directorship thing (whatever that means).

Seriously, who does all these things? Someone with something to hide? Or someone with a whole lot of energy and digital expertise to share. In Caroline’s case, we’re pretty sure it’s the latter.

Please believe us when we say that Caroline Sexton, formally Caroline Elizabeth McDermaid, alias The Sovereign of SEO, alias High Priestess of Integrated Marketing Strategy, alias Grand Dame of Content Development, alias Tsarina of Advanced Tracking Mechanisms, is not, as far as our HR department has been able to determine, a participant in any kind of witness protection program.

But one cannot be blamed for suspecting otherwise.

Because Caroline, if that is her real name, has been many places and held many titles. Student of International Business and Marketing, pupil abroad pursuing Italian Studies, barista, snowboard-apparel sales representative, bartender, bar manager, accounting clerk, content strategist, digital producer, and now this whole experiential directorship thing (whatever that means).

Seriously, who does all these things? Someone with something to hide? Or someone with a whole lot of energy and digital expertise to share. In Caroline’s case, we’re pretty sure it’s the latter.