Meet Marina McBride. Originally from Bend, Oregon, Marina attended the University of Idaho, where she studied Business Management. Settling in Seattle, she pursued her PMP certification and discovered her true passion for digital marketing. A friend’s leap of faith sparked her journey into this dynamic field, where Marina thrives today.
As a Digital Producer, the role grants her ownership and input on a diverse range of innovative and challenging projects, as well as ongoing support engagements. Her expertise in project management and deep understanding of the digital landscape make her a reliable resource in guiding projects and clients to success. Marina begins her day with an espresso and a morning walk with her two dogs before joining team meetings.
Marina is a passionate individual eager to explore and expand her expertise in the rapidly evolving field of AI. She envisions the transformative power of AI in revolutionizing marketing and project management techniques. When she discovered Matchbox Design Group’s captivating culture and dynamic team, her excitement soared. She imagines collaborating with talented professionals and making a substantial contribution to their resounding success.
five Questions with Marina McBride.
Describe yourself in 3 words
“Authentic, Daring and Positive”
What do you do in your spare time?
“In my spare time, I enjoy going to Seattle Mariners games or gardening on my patio. On my less adventurous days, I like to snuggle with my family and binge-watch the latest and greatest movies and shows“
Do you have any special talents?
“I can sing the alphabet backwards in English and in French.”
What’s the coolest place you’ve ever visited?
“Jenny Lake in the Grand Tetons National Park. At night time you can see the Milky Way, nothing will ever beat that surreal experience.”
What's something awesome about you that no one else knows?
“I won ‘Scare of the Year’ at Silverwood Theme Park’s haunted event, Scarywood. A traumatizing picture of me running from a man dressed as Michael Myers, wielding a chainsaw, was plastered on their Facebook page for years.”