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30 Sep 2019

Five Minutes with Hannah McDermott

Ever wonder who keeps the PSA engine running?  A team of talented, intelligent, and fun people are working hard every day to ensure PSA leads the charge in the systems integration industry.

Get to know us a little better!  Meet Hannah McDermott, marketing coordinator at PSA.


 

Describe your job in a couple of sentences: I support day-to-day marketing operations for promotions, public relations, and events. This includes assisting with content creation for the PSA Security Network website and social media, monitoring media coverage and graphic design support. with PSA.

How long have you worked for PSA? I started here in May – almost five months ago now!

Can you share a little bit of information about your professional background? I started my career as a marketing assistant for a retirement home when I was a junior in college. I graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in December of 2017 and was promoted to the marketing & events coordinator. I continued at the home until May 2019 when I moved to Denver and started my journey here at PSA!

What was it about PSA that caught your interest?When I began my job search, I knew I wanted to work with a team of strong marketers who could teach me new things and allow me to grow in the marketing industry. This job presented me with just that opportunity! It also capitalizes the skills I have already developed and, of course, the views here are a bonus.

What do you enjoy most about working here?The people at PSA have been so kind and welcoming! The culture and the easy banter make PSA feel like home.

What do you like to do for fun?I’m new to Colorado so I spend a lot of my time exploring new places and meeting new people! I enjoy running on the trails with my Australian Shepherd, Stella, and staying up late with a really great book!

Any fun or interesting facts about yourself? I’m an Iowa native so I frequently use the word “ope” and I enjoy eating ranch dressing with nearly everything. Despite popular belief, I did not live on a farm but have spent my fair share of time in chicken coops and jumping on hay bales.