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This year, Women’s Equality Day falls on a Sunday but we’d like to take a few moments to honor women in the workplace. One such professional is Stephanie Gaughen, one of our senior consultants in Pardot and Marketing Automation. She brings a wealth of experience to Nuvem and our clients and we’re so grateful to have her on the team!

Stephanie is a marketing expert with a passion for entrepreneurship, technology innovation, and online marketing. She holds a master’s degree in marketing communications and previously worked as a journalist and corporate communications writer. Anyone who’s worked with Stephanie knows she’s a master communicator who brings clarity and an innovative vision to all her projects.

“Stephanie is a passionate, strong team member that provides thought leadership and innovation to all her engagements and interactions with our customers, partners and peers.  She continuously steps up to challenges that many people might shy away from and brings success to everything she touches!”

-Matt Dillon, VP Business Development & Co-founder, Nuvem Consulting

Stephanie works with Nuvem partners and customers to develop creative strategies to market and sell their products and services. Whether she’s crafting a web-to-lead strategy or creating a website optimization plan, her deep well of marketing automation software experience is unmatched. While she’s not the only woman we are thrilled to have on our team, we wanted to celebrate her this Women’s Equality Day.

Check out some of Stephanie’s work on the Nuvem Consulting blog!

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Wondering about the origins of Women’s Equality? Give this a read:

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that August 26th of each year is designated as Women’s Equality Day, and the President is authorized and requested to issue a proclamation annually in commemoration of that day in 1920, on which the women of America were first given the right to vote, and that day in 1970, on which a nationwide demonstration for women’s rights took place.

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