“When I was in third grade, I watched as my mom found her voice; she wasn’t happy with what was going on in the town that we call home,” says Emaleigh, referring to West Cape May, N.J.. “Watching my mom work so passionately for what she believed in created a spark in me to help those in need as well.”
While pursuing a business degree, she took courses that increased her knowledge of vulnerable populations such as the incarcerated, those with limited food choices in urban areas and families struggling with infertility. When it came time for her to pursue full-time employment, PSC was a good fit because of its involvement in work for similar at-risk communities.
She enjoys helping clients get their message out to the target audience in an effective and intriguing way, and loves marketing local businesses that she grew up with and helping them grow. Her clients include Cape Resorts Group, Kindle Auto Plaza, Nauti Spirits and the NJ Hall of Fame.
Passionate about the written language, the South Jersey native was cited in 2014 by the New Jersey Communication Association for “Best Undergraduate Paper.” Asked to lead our social media program, Emaleigh went to Facebook headquarters in California to master the latest social media best practices.
If all of that is not enough to keep Emaleigh busy, she recently completed a 200-hour teacher training program and intends to start teaching yoga in her free time.