South Florida United States
I am currently living in Deerfield Beach, Florida. I am a native of Sao Paulo, Brazil. I attended private schools as a child and graduated as a technician in Nutrition and Administration in the same year I graduated from high school. I moved to the United States in the year 2000, where I started my educational journey. After graduating honorably the Palm Beach Community College, where I earned my Associate in Arts degree with electives on Architecture, I decided to work. Although I had an unorthodox path to my current carrier in Internet Marketing, I have found those years of architectural training, real estate and urban planning helps me be a better advocate and troubleshooter on behalf of my clients. I bring a diverse array of relevant experience to my career in Internet Marketing. These experiences in design and management—along with being fluent in Portuguese and Spanish—gives me a unique expertise that I harness for my clients' benefit. People often ask me if I love Internet Marketing? The answer is an enthusiastic yes! I've always been passionate about reaching out to people thru design, social media, etc. Whether it's content writing or social media management, SEO is my passion. It completes my life as I love the daily “rush” of parting up with new business and driving it to a whole new level of success. I love to work as Internet Marketing professional because I have a genuine passion for assisting people and their business. My unique and unorthodox combination of experience and education provide me with expert credentials, and I work to share my expertise with each project and client. I love working in this dynamic community with such a diversified and exceptionally well-educated and sophisticated population, such as South Floridians. In my personal life, I am proud to say that I got married to my soul mate, Justin Froelich on Aug.30.2008, who was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. Justin is also an Internet Marketing guru. We have two Boston Terriers, or as we like to describe them, our little furry children, who are usually busy napping or being as close to us as physically possible!