Karen CulverVP of Marketing
- Marketing Strategy
- Data Analysis
- Integrated Campaigns
- Problem Solving
- Customer Experience
- Master of International Management, Thunderbird School of Global Management
- B.A., Arizona State University
Karen Culver is a marketing strategist with a passion for planning and implementing data-driven initiatives. She started her career at Moses Anshell Advertising, collaborating with clients in tourism, hospitality and healthcare, and moved on to marketing leadership roles at Motorola, Qwest Communications and Troxell. As the principal and marketing director of Breakthrough Marketing, she has provided expertise to build brands and improve marketing results, working with businesses and non-profit organizations.
Karen has been a member of the board and president of the Thunderbird Alumni Association, Phoenix Chapter. She has been active in AMA Phoenix since she started her career. As VP of Marketing for AMA Phoenix, Karen develops strategies to increase the number of marketing professionals engaged in our educational and networking events.
My favorite quote:
“Marketing strategy will impact every piece of your business and it should be tied to every piece of your business.”
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