Careers - Tricia’s Story
 People’s Perspective
Tricia’s Story
People’s Perspective
Tricia studied marketing psychology with an emphasis on consumer behavior, which prepared her for a role in paid search advertising. Over time, Tricia became more interested in applying her consumer knowledge to support the entire business relationship. This new direction led to an account management position at iProspect—she then found success in overseeing operational needs, and the Project Management Office became a natural fit.
Careers - What Tricia Does
 Project Manager
What Tricia Does
Project Manager
Tricia’s morning huddles are thorough check-ins that last until every team member has a clear agenda. Then, when she isn’t identifying and triaging action points, Tricia is developing new methods to drive efficiency and to maximize productivity. Her role focuses on operational-based work—like developing a task organization system that spans all iProspect service lines.
 
 
“No two days are ever the same. Each day that you come in, there'll be something new to learn—something new to conquer—and as tremendous of a task it may feel at first, you are equipped with resources all over the world, to help conquer anything thrown your way.”
 
“No two days are ever the same. Each day that you come in, there'll be something new to learn—something new to conquer—and as tremendous of a task it may feel at first, you are equipped with resources all over the world, to help conquer anything thrown your way.”
 
 
“Bring your wit, bring your humor, bring your creativity. We’re an organization that celebrates all of those things—be yourself—that will take you a long way.”
 
“Bring your wit, bring your humor, bring your creativity. We’re an organization that celebrates all of those things—be yourself—that will take you a long way.”