Cats in the Corner Office: Melany Berger
Los Angeles 11 a.m. | Tucson 12 p.m. | Chicago 1 p.m. | New York 2 p.m.
Hear from an award-winning lifestyle blogger! Melany Berger is a "no-holds-barred" blogger and social media influencer. She is the creator of MelanysGuydlines, a lifestyle blog with a snarky twist, which won the Best Dating and Relationship Blog of 2014 and the Shorty Awards Vox Populi 2015 for the most fan nominations in the blogger category.
What to expect: Guests on Cats in the Corner Office are interviewed by Melinda Burke, UA Alumni Association president. Topics include the guest's UA experience, stories from their career and advice for UA students and alumni. The interview is streamed live to YouTube in high definition, making it easy to join in and submit questions. Berger is a trusted brand ambassador and social media influencer who gives back to her readers through partnering with brands and offering exclusive opportunities, working with brands ranging from Microsoft, Lenovo, Murad, Zazzle, Cox Communication, Bud Light Lime, American Express, Disney, Overstock, USA Networks, the NFL and many more. When Melany is not blogging or representing brands, she can be found engaging with her followers online. She has amassed a large and loyal following of 100,000+ on her social media channels. A professional in the music industry, Melany has worked for major entertainment giants such as MTV, Irving Azoff and William Morris. Knowing the business inside and out, Melany has no shortage of hysterically epic and true tales of what it's like to be a rock-star, or at least party like one! She is an advisory board member for the UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and enjoys teaching students about the future of social media and how they can turn social media influence into a profession. She is an active member on the Student Engagement and Marketing Committees for the Advisory Board as well as a recurring guest lecturer for eSociety students at the UA. Melany's family also created two scholarships in her sister's name at the University of Arizona after her passing in 2010, honoring her sister's memory as an At-Risk School Counselor in Los Angeles by enabling students who have faced significant obstacles in the pursuit of their college education.
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