Have you ever wondered about the wildly creative, totally geek individuals behind Bulldog’s industry know-how, marketing savvy and lush fur? You’re not alone! So, we’ve asked our dogs some questions about themselves and life in the Dog House to help you get to know us better.
This week, we’re featuring our outstanding media coordinator, Elizabeth Sener, who brings years of media buying and planning experience to the Bulldog pack.
Now, let us tell you a little more about what makes Liz tick…
Where did you come from? Please give us a brief background.
I've lived in nine different states, the longest stay in a state being six years in Maine where my parents currently reside. I associate myself mostly as a Northeasterner because Maine is where I spent my middle school and high school years.
I've also been a resident of Florida, Alaska, Wisconsin, Maine, Virginia, Iowa, Illinois (Chicago), Maryland and now Texas, where I hope to stay.
Name one thing that has surprised you about Bulldog.
The people! I knew coming in that the people would be a good fit, but not to the extent that it turned out. I really like the diversity in characters. I'm really enjoying both the work and the people. It can be intense at times, but I receive fulfillment from what gets accomplished.
What’s your favorite thing about Austin?
The atmosphere. The collection of people with different backgrounds, the music, the landscape—it all creates a wonderful atmosphere to call home. Austin is one of the best places I've ever lived!
What is something people would be surprised to know about you?
People tend to be surprised by how independent and rowdy I can be, since my first impressions don’t usually present those traits. I frequently attend concerts and festivals of all sorts and, if I lose my group, I just take it as an opportunity for a solo adventure. Next thing you know, I'm crowd surfing to the front or making new friends.
Provide a quotable quote from someone in our industry that inspires you. Or one that rings true to you and explain why.
"Most marketers create good enough and then quit. Greatest beats good enough every time." —Seth Godin
This quote is not even just for marketers; this is how I try to live my life. Just “good enough” is never enough; there needs to be a constant striving for better.
What’s your go-to karaoke song?
"Liz out" *mic drop* is about as far into karaoke as I get.