New Hires: Marketing and Front End Departments

We are happily expanding our crew here at Delphic Sage, and are excited to feature two new hires in our Marketing and Front End Development departments.

Julia Russell, Digital Marketing Specialist

Julia joined Delphic Sage in November as a freelancer while simultaneously conquering her last semester at Temple University where she majored in Marketing. Her previous endeavor was an internship at a well-known Philadelphia newspaper as their social media intern. While there, she managed various social media accounts, helped with SEO, and assisted in launching a brand new website.

Always eager to increase her knowledge about everything digital, Julia leapt at the opportunity to join us full-time as a Digital Marketing Specialist. Some of her tasks include running various social media accounts, quality assurance testing, updating content in Sitecore CMS, working with metadata, and much more.

Her “Pinterests” include traveling, Italian cooking, and everything Philly! For more information about Julia, connect with her on Twitter: @Julesinphilly.

Jeff Mills, Sr. Front End Developer

Jeff has a robust resume including stints at where he developed bleeding edge web technologies with HTML5 canvas, using WordPress a CMS, working on a dynamic E-Commerce site, and – a site built around a flash gaming concept.

At Delphic Sage, Jeff collaborates with web designers and back-end developers to create clean cross-browser compatible code and primarily focuses on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Jeff graduated from the Art Institute of Philadelphia with a Bachelor of Science and majored in Multimedia and Web Design, and describes himself as “…a tinker, I usually have to figure out how
something works.”

He rides his BMX bike whenever he can, it will always be a part of his passions. When he’s not building computers, or gas powered RC cars, he’s playing with his newly born son… teaching him the ways of the Force.

Welcome to Delphic Sage, Julia and Jeff.  We’re so glad you’re here!

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