About amanda arnold
Allie is a recent grad of the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. She combines her passion for good design and video with experience in the advertising world. At Hudson Collective, you will find Allie laying out killer designs, working on videos, or planning out social.
A recent cum laude graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing concentrating on digital marketing, Amanda brings a fresh perspective on the newest trends and best practices in the industry. Although she is just now starting her post-grad journey in marketing, Amanda has shown a high level of success in creating social strategies and executing them to create communities and facilitate engagement and long term relationships. From creating content, implementing strategies, and utilizing her extensive customer service communication skills, Amanda has all the qualities to be an asset as our social media and content marketing coordinator. She has also already obtained many relevant certifications such as Hubspot certificates in content and social media marketing, along with being certified in Google Analytics which adds to her pletera of knowledge in the social space.
Outside of the office, Amanda has many other passions from traveling, to exploring outdoors in her Jeep Wrangler, to all things fitness. You can often find her weightlifting in the gym, laying poolside, or eating too much peanut butter fudge from her favorite summer getaway, Mackinac Island.
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