Partners & Harrison is excited to introduce our dynamic duo, appropriately coined as “Team T-Square.” Here’s a little info on Tyler Cross and Taylor Gamber, our Spring Graphic Design and Marketing interns.
Tyler is a senior Graphic Design major at York College of Pennsylvania. This internship is her first industry experience in the field of graphic design. Along with interning at P&H, she works at the Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center as a desk attendant. In her free time, Tyler enjoys playing video games, binge-watching TV shows and movies, and hanging out with friends and family. She’s looking forward to graduating in May, starting a career in graphic design and getting a puppy!
Taylor is a driven senior Public Relations major and Marketing minor at York College of Pennsylvania. This P&H internship will mark her first experience working in a marketing and advertising agency and her second marketing internship experience. Beyond P&H, Taylor remains very busy outside of her internship with her role as an Executive Board for the York College Campus Activities Board, Spartographers Photography Club and Lambda Pi Eta National Communications Honors Society as well as an Athletic Photographer for York College’s Athletic Department. Taylor is excited to finish out her last semester strong and throw herself into the exciting world of public relations and marketing come graduation in May.
Q&A Grill Session:
Tyler Cross: I would definitely create Panda Week! They’re my favorite animal, and they are so friggin’ adorable. Everything they do is cute. I would probably name it something cheesy like “Pandamonium Week.”
Taylor Gamber: A Penguin Week is definitely overdue. Though, I think that penguins deserve an entire month devoted to their incredible skills and overall adorableness. They are such a fascinating species!
TC: I would probably live in the 22nd Century, just because I would want to see the cool technology. We might have ACTUAL hoverboards and flying cars.
TG: I would love to have lived in the 1920s or 60s. Both were such innovative and crazy times when culture was just beginning to be challenged and women’s rights movements were at their apex.
TC: The last full album I listened to was “25” by Adele. It was a long four year wait since her last album, but it was worth it!
TG: My taste in music could best be summarized as eclectic, with interests ranging from folk to EDM, with my most recent infatuations: BØRNS’ “Dopamine” and The Chainsmokers’ “Bouquet.”
TC: I know a couple people who have interned at P&H, and they had nothing but great things to say about it. My favorite part of this internship is definitely getting to work with Nick Harrison. I got really lucky to have one of my first professional experiences in the field of graphic design be with someone I not only admire but also get along with.
TG: The amazing energy that Nick puts into every project, coupled with the incredible span of marketing experience that P&H has, immediately enticed me to join P&H as a marketing intern. I’m looking forward to learning more about agency life, strategic marketing planning and to dabble in social media research and campaigns as well.
We’re thrilled to have Team T-Square join us for the Spring. Tyler and Taylor are doing a fantastic job. Check back soon to see some of the work they’ve been knocking out of the park for us.
Partners & Harrison is excited to welcome Rebekah Sweeney to our team as Director of Business Development. Rebekah brings over nineteen years of marketing and advertising experience to the firm, as well as a strong knack for understanding client needs and implementing strategic solutions that drive results. Sweeney will be responsible for overseeing client relations and working collaboratively with current and prospective clients to develop tactical approaches that achieve and exceed objectives.
Sweeney earned her bachelors in business from the University of Phoenix and gained valuable and enriching experience working with many national and international brands such as Case Foundation, Dicks Sporting Goods, Marriott, Nationwide, Nike and STX. Prior to joining Partners & Harrison, she served as the Advertising Sales Manager at U.S. Lacrosse, where she spearheaded many marketing efforts.
Outside of work, Rebekah enjoys spending time with her three daughters (her biggest success in life), training for marathons, refinishing old furniture and coaching for “Girls on the Run,” a local, transformational program for young girls. As the third oldest in a family of 10 — and still dads favorite, Rebekah has acquired exceptional leadership skills and knows exactly what it takes to stand out and make a presence.
Sweet or Salty?
Isn’t this why they came up with Salty Caramel Crunch Ice cream!
Beach or Mountains?
Beach, not real fond of critters and bugs.
Burger or salad?
Burger all the way!
If you had a million dollars, what would you do with it?
Invest wisely. Then I could use it for the things closest to my heart.
What are you reading right now?
I can See Clearly Now, by the recently late Dr. Wayne Dyer. It’s a great book!
I want to get certified to drive a fork lift and run a full marathon — I have completed 3 half marathons though!
What brought you to P&H and what’s your favorite part of your new job?
I chose to be part of Partners & Harrison because of their desire and commitment to being customer-centered and authentic. I’ve always wanted to be part of a small, but growing firm, that is able to handle national clientele and also produce cutting edge work. I instantly knew Partners & Harrison was the right fit for me because they made me feel as though I’d always been part of the team and their vision. I’m excited to be part of their customized, strategic and creative approach that goes into all of our projects, but more importantly, I’m looking forward to directing clients towards the services that are going to enhance and grow their business.
Feel free to reach out to Rebekah at 855-618-4200 ext. 3 or email@example.com.