These new folks are bringing the heat to Outmark®. ☀️
The Outmark team is pleased to welcome two new team members!
Say hello to Lizzie Gow (she/her), Copywriter
After graduating with a Bachelor’s in Media Communications & Screenwriting, Lizzie’s passion for movies and television has only grown stronger. As far as her professional background goes, she has experience working in social media, public relations, digital marketing, and of course, copywriting. Writing has always been a powerful outlet for Lizzie to express herself. Maybe it was getting that typewriter for Christmas that got her hooked on phonics? Ding!
As the new copywriter on the team, she is excited to explore some creative content strategies here at Outsource Marketing. Residing in the west suburbs of Chicago, she is looking forward to getting to know her fellow Outmark® peeps without compromising her love of Chicago-style pizza.
On the weekends, you can find her baking something delicious, playing with her bunny Murray or performing stand-up comedy at a local open mic night.
Kayla Everett (she/her), Graphic Designer
Kayla is originally from Castle Rock, WA, a small town about three hours south of Seattle. After high school, she joined the United States Air Force where she was a medical technician for four years and assisted with the delivery of more than 400 infants. During her time on active duty, she received the Trusted Care Award from the Air Force Command Surgeon General for saving an infant’s life, which is one of her proudest accomplishments.
Although Kayla originally planned a career in medicine, after four years of hands-on experience she decided to switch gears. She graduated from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia with a BFA in Graphic Design and Art History. In her free time, Kayla loves to paint, play video games, and indulge in garbage reality television (duh, who doesn’t?).
Kayla is thrilled to be part of the Outmark family as a Graphic Designer and can’t wait to see how she grows both personally and professionally in this new role.