CDG Welcomes Dana Ambrose and Meghan Emmett

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October 23, 2019
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It is our pleasure to introduce to you Dana Ambrose (left), and Meghan Emmett (right). Dana and Meghan joined CDG's team this summer to assist with marketing, communications, and administrative work.

As CDG's Marketing Associate since June 2019, Dana manages the firm’s online and social media presences, and assists with communications and advertising initiatives. Dana is a native Vermonter who grew up in Addison County. He graduated from the University of Vermont in May 2019 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, a concentration in Marketing, and a minor in Community and International Development. 

His marketing focus looks through the lens of community development. He understands the influence of built capital on community, whether that be family or municipality. Dana’s interest in architecture stems from his experience and curiosity with visual arts. He specializes in videography and photography as a means of dynamic communication. His entrepreneurial mindset guides him to think off the beaten path, towards innovative ways to connect with people.

Outside of the office Dana enjoys hiking the Green Mountains, spending time on Lake Champlain, creating visual stories, and working on freelance marketing projects.

 

As CDG’s Marketing and Administrative Associate since June 2019, Meghan is skillfully assisting with multiple marketing and administrative tasks while carrying a full course load at the University of Vermont.

Meghan’s first introduction to design began with an architecture class in high school and a three-week trip throughout Europe. Since then she has chosen to look at the world from a different perspective, and plans to pursue architecture and design as a career. CDG’s studio, with its guiding philosophy that architecture is for people not for itself, became an ideal place for her to continue her engagement with design.

At UVM Meghan is pursuing a dual degree in Business Administration and Sociology with a minor in Applied Design. Through her studies she wishes to better understand the symbiotic relationship between people and businesses. Her educational concentration in marketing and background in administrative work are both utilized in her work at CDG.

When not in the office Meghan enjoys spending time at the beach and on the water boating, kayaking, paddle   boarding, and swimming. Having grown up a short drive from the ocean in Massachusetts, she is happy to live near Lake Champlain where she can continue to enjoy the water.

 

 Welcome Dana & Meghan!

 

 

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