As crazy as it might sound, organizing ideas is Tara’s passion. Compiling information efficiently actually makes her happy and she is thrilled to be doing just that for Mad*Pow. She manages the communication, planning and resource coordination for our projects—and does it with a genuine smile on her face.
Tara comes to Mad*Pow with ten years of Social Media Listening experience. In a past life she created methodologies and processes for various teams as well as managed projects for Enterprise clients. As a past president of the Seacoast Mothers’ Association, she kept over 500 moms in line, so we have no doubt that she can handle Mad*Pow.
Seeing as she’s lived in Portsmouth since she was 11, we can almost call her a native. Tara shares her love of the sounds and smells of the sand and surf with her two young sons.
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