Recognized for in-depth understanding and use of specialized digital marketing methods necessary for hyper-competitive industries; including IT, Marketing, Financial, hospitality and Professional Services. Acknowledged as a successful marketer and leader of individuals and corporate teams with diverse backgrounds and experience levels. Highly informed in the wide variety of methods and techniques used in corporate training and adult learners. Expert at building highly engaged online communities with leadership techniques.
Jamie has recently contributed to Effingham, IL winning the Google eCity of 2014 Award through her Brandfluence™ Social Media Program. She has spoken at the Environmental Business Council on Social Media and RI BAR Association to discuss “How Systematic Storying Can Help Lawyers Show Value in Sales Conversations.“ Her other featured topics are: “Story as a Means of Understanding the Other,“ “Social Media Marketing ~ Monetize your Profiles,“ and “How Rhetoric Can be Your Best Friend in Business Development.“
It all started back when I was a little kid. I always knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur. For whatever reason, it was in my blood neither of my parents were entrepreneurs. My Dad worked a 9 to 5 job in IT, and my Mom stayed at home and took care of us kids.
I was forever starting businesses in my room as a little kid, everything from dance studios to lemonade stands, and clothing lines. I loved it. While in college, I really didn’t love what it was that I was going to school for, but I knew if my entrepreneurial dreams failed me I could always find a job as an accountant. Plus I knew that knowing this side of the business would only help my entrepreneurial ventures.
Hi, I’m Jesse. (Yes, I’m Jamie’s Brother) I’m the Tech guy for OMG. Unlike Jamie I never knew what I wanted to do for a living growing up, all I wanted to do was play video games. I ended up going to New England Institute of Technology for Game Development And Simulation Programming and received my Bachelor’s Degree in 2016, but by about halfway through my degree I knew I didn’t want to create games for a living, it was something that was a hobby to me (playing them, not creating), definitely not a career.
A couple of months after I finished my degree I started working for Jamie part-time, helping out with websites, email marketing, etc. It was perfect; I was just looking for some money while I was traveling back and forth between RI and Puerto Rico visiting my now wife.
That continued for a while until after I got married (early 2017) and stepped into the real world. So I started looking for a full-time job. I ended up working for a very small company that focused on websites…
Long story short it was a disaster, I worked there for a total of 4 months (I learned a lot at least and realized Jamie was actually a pretty good boss and entrepreneur). I messaged Jamie and basically told her, let’s build a website and tech division of OMG. That’s when I started working for OMG full time. Little did I know Jamie had a plan to build an online empire.
It’s now over a year later and I’m still here. I am always busy behind the scenes launching websites, podcasts, building funnels and creating all the courses, membership sites, and sales pages you see for the Outlier Marketing Group!
In my free time, I love playing hockey, New England sports, and obviously video games! I am happily married to my wife, Jul, and we will soon be celebrating our 2nd anniversary.
Alexandra joined Outlier Marketing Group in 2018 after happily hanging up her corporate cape after the birth of her second child in February 2017.
Equipped with a B.S. in Human Services from Northeastern University, Alexandra strives to connect with diverse personality types and make meaningful and authentic relationships throughout her professional and personal life. Endlessly curious she has worked in the nonprofit sector in marketing, development and fundraising as well as working in the Boston startup world. When she isn’t singing and dancing with her two children she can be found building an online community through her blog, Making Motherhood Visible, where she shares a candid and unfiltered view of all aspects of motherhood.
Alexandra enjoys sleeping in, David’s tea, baking and making people laugh. In her role as Director of OMG Happiness she brings spunk and an eye for detail to help ensure the team is supported in achieving their goals!
Alexandra and her family live just outside of Boston.