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Meet the Analyst – Nate Rohenkohl

Meet the Analyst – Nate Rohenkohl

Posted on December 1, 2019 in Community by Rachel Paul

Title
Marketing Lead

Hometown
I feel like I have two. Lonpoc, California gave me some great first years of my life, but then I moved to Titusville, Florida when I was eight and I grew up there.

How long have you been with Net Conversion?
It’ll be 4 years in January.

What clients do you work on?
Universal Studios Hollywood, Expedia, Blue Man Group, Huntington Beach

Favorite moment at Net Con thus far?
Probably when there was a cardboard cutout made of me. Yes, Employee of the Year was nice, of course, but I feel like the cardboard cutout is just the highest honor you can achieve.

What’s your philosophy toward working here?
Balance the happiness of coworkers and clients by engaging in the fun culture while staying innovative.

What’s something we’d be surprised to learn about you?
I’ve never seen an episode of Game of Thrones.

Who do you admire most at Net Con that’s not on your team?
I really enjoy working with Silvana because she’s always seeking to do new things and pushing our accounts to be better.

What’s your favorite Net Con Perk?
The copious amounts of snacks. Ever since moving to the west coast, I feel like I have to stock up for the winter whenever I visit NC HQ.

Favorite project you’ve done/proudest accomplishment?
Working on the Universal Studios Hollywood account and learning so much over the years, and getting to work with a great team of Kenny, Eric, and Kayla.

What do you do when you’re not at work?
Eat, workout so I can eat, be outside with my dog and my husband, and drink wine with my husband (but not my dog).

What is your favorite thing to do in The City Beautiful?
When I lived there I loved going to Lake Eola and checking out the farmer’s market while trying to avoid the mean swans.

Team Jet or Team Yacht?
Jet.

Favorite and least favorite trends of 2019?
Least favorite is people portraying an image of perfection on social media.
Favorite would be succulents.

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