Shari A. Roberts, MBA
New York, NY
Hello everyone! My name is Shari A. Roberts (first name pronounced as ‘share-ee’) and I am an MBA graduate of Howard University School of Business (HU YOU KNOW!) with a focus on Marketing. Additionally, I took two marketing courses at George Washington University to complete my degree requirements. I am also a BFA graduate of Long Island University Brooklyn Campus with a focus on Music. My interest and passion for the music/entertainment industry has developed over the course of 20 years, and I have been persistently chasing my dream of working within the music/entertainment industry as a marketing professional–though I have been keeping an open mind to the possibility of working in a different industry as a marketing professional and accepting the direction my career goes, as I equally love all things marketing!
Being an active learner, I hold numerous marketing and PR certifications (ie. Marketing Communications, Social Media Marketing, SEO for Social Media, Email Marketing, Content Marketing, Inbound Sales, Inbound Marketing, Public Relations Foundations, Public Relations Foundations: Media Training). I also hold a certification in ‘Fighting Gender Bias at Work’ in which I am very strong on the push for companies to do a 180° in respecting women in all aspects of the workplace; performance-wise, attribution-wise, affinity-wise, salary-wise and likability-wise.
3 Most Recent Experiences
CEO | Marketing and Public Relations Executive
SRPR Consulting Firm (clients assisted requires a high level of confidentiality).
Marketing and Communications Manager
Hefty Haulers (App-Based Moving Company)
Director of Marketing and Event Operations
Howard University’s Business of Sports and Entertainment Summit
(participated companies include MMG, Atlantic Records, Twitter, ESPN, NBA, NFL, MLB, Monumental Sports, Twitch, and more).
A Member of:
Black Marketers Association of America, NBMBAA – DC Chapter, Howard ENT, Epsilon Sigma Phi Sorority, Inc.
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