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After many years of being a stereotypical indoor kid growing up near Washington, D.C. (reading non-stop, peering into my microscope, and playing computer games), I earned a BFA in Painting and Printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and promptly moved to San Diego with my (now) husband. I started copywriting and marketing for an art company and eventually became a Thunder Cat in 2013! When I’m not trekking to Machu Picchu, visiting my family on the East Coast, or home brewing beer with my dude, I’m usually visiting the latest San Diego craft brewery or making salsa at Salsacraft.

What Gets Me Out of Bed
A deep, passionate desire to organize everything.
My Thunder Power
Chief of the Grammar Police
Guilty Pleasure
I love really, really stale popcorn.
Alter Ego
Totoro’s Epic Sidekick
Believe It or Not
I won a weeklong trip to Oahu, Hawaii when I was 15 from Pacific Sunwear.

Thunder Blog Posts

Establishing Relationships in a [Mostly] Virtual World

By Beth Demmon
Establishing Relationships in a [Mostly] Virtual World

It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world and one that’s inching—let’s face it, sprinting—ever towards a truly global online existence. As it becomes increasingly more common to work with people from all over the world rather than just the coworkers that happen to sit closest to your cubicle, it’s hard to replace the tried-and-true face-to-face […]

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Measuring the Immeasurable – The Elusive Creativity Behind Content Strategy

By Beth Demmon
Measuring the Immeasurable – The Elusive Creativity Behind Content Strategy

In the real world, it’s basically impossible to quantify creativity. Lawyers work in 15-minute increments, teachers have structured lesson plans, but the creative process can’t be packaged up in tidy to-do lists with project deadlines and briefs. That’s why for every brilliant creative mind, there has to be a balance of organization and proactive attitude […]

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