What does Ali do at KickCharge® Creative? A simpler question might be, what doesn’t she do? A black belt in the fine art of multi-tasking, Ali comes in contact with virtually every single project that goes through our agency. Graphic design? Check. Website editing? Check. Print orders? Check. Ali is the one who keeps every job on schedule. If it wasn’t for her, we’d be missing a whole lot more deadlines. (You know how us creative types are. We’re never satisfied.)
Simply put, Ali is the person who keeps track of every project, every detail, and every person involved. She also knows what needs to be done to each site, logo and design, who is working on what, and when it’s going to be finished. She knows all our vendors, and coordinates with them to make sure everything gets printed correctly. Come to think of it, it’s not such a simple job. Good thing we’ve got Ali working on it.
A graduate of Montclair State University, Ali has always wanted to work in the arts. When she’s not busy managing all of the projects at KickCharge Creative, you’ll find her painting, drawing and working on crafts.
At Montclair State, she was fortunate enough to land a prestigious internship at a creative consumer products company, where she promoted brands like Disney and Martha Stewart Living. She has also interned in the visual marketing department at LeSportsac, a high-end handbag/accessory company based in New York City.
You’ll most likely find her catching up on her latest TV obsession, usually on HBO or Showtime, or burying her nose in the latest bestseller that will soon be the next-big-thing on TV. She is also a Seinfeld fanatic, like the rest of us here at KickCharge Creative.
You’ll find her spending time with family and friends—and raising her feline child Bella, who stays attached to her hip whenever she’s home. She also goes to the occasional Yankees or Giants game with her boyfriend.
“I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it’s the thing I like most: to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It’s probably the most important thing in a person.” – Audrey Hepburn