GWWO Architects promoted Meaghan Murphy to marketing manager.
Murphy joined GWWO in 2014 and has been instrumental in the firm’s growth and success. In her new role, Meaghan will lead the firm’s efforts to win new work through the planning and development of written proposals and interview presentations, including strategy, team selection, proposal writing and coordination, presentation design, and content development and coaching.
She will also participate in the firm’s strategic planning, promotion, and business development efforts to continually position GWWO and our employees as leaders in the marketplace.
Murphy is a member of the Society for Marketing Professional Services where she currently serves on the Communications Committee and is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland with a Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing.
ABOUT MEAGHAN MURPHY
Loyola University Maryland, Bachelor of Business Administration, Marketing
If you had not chosen your current profession, what profession would you choose and why?
I think I would have chosen real estate. My mom is a residential real estate agent, so I have had a fair amount of exposure to the industry.
One summer I went on a month-long Wilderness Adventures trip to Costa Rica and Belize with about 15 other people my age. Each consecutive week was a different activity – we learned to surf on a beach in Costa Rica, went zip lining and white-water rafting through the Costa Rican forest, went scuba diving in the Barrier Reef off the coast of Belize, and sailed a catamaran through the Caribbean Sea. It’s the most memorable trip I’ve taken! I’ve since been back to Costa Rica and that was a favorite vacation of mine as well.
When I want to relax, I … :
If it’s cold out I’ll make some tea, light a candle, and put on my current favorite show or movie. If it’s nice out I like to go for walks and spend time outside.
Favorite TV show and movie:
One of my favorite shows is “Breaking Bad.” And my current favorite movie is Inception. I watched it for the first time recently and couldn’t stop thinking about it after.
“Do what you ought to do when you ought to do it, so you can do what you want to do when you want to do it.” I’m not sure who it’s by but I heard it from a speaker at an industry event a couple years ago and it stuck with me!
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