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    1. 5.0
      17 May 2016
      Vice President of Programs
      Former Freelancer, less than 1 year
      Houston, TX
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      Good team building and practical experience.


      Internship is more valuable post grad then AMA participation.

      Thank you for being a member of the American Marketing Association (AMA)! We are grateful for your volunteer efforts at the VP of Programs at UNLV. However, because you weren't directly employed with us here at the AMA Support Center located in Chicago, Illinois, I encourage you to redirect your comments to your collegiate chapter leaders. We hope you continue to engage and grow from your involvement with the AMA! Many thanks, Danielle Stull HR Specialist

      1. 5.0
        20 Sept 2019
        Current Employee
        Chicago, IL
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        A lot of focus is put on the competencies of the AMA and I've seen them reiterated so often that it truly has shaped the culture of the organization in the best possible way. By focusing on infrastructure improvements, the AMA is constantly looking into the future in how to best service their members and therefore keeping us relevant to our core audience. Including members from all teams in interview panels, design sprints and user testing not only introduces AMA employees to aspects of the business they might not have exposure to but also makes all successes more broad than 'this team won'.


        Honestly, nothing that I can think of.

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