Learn more about the three interns who joined the Full Contact team this summer.
Caitlin Dinn- Office Coordinator
University of Ireland, Galway ’17
Our former intern Caitlin Dinn has returned to the Full Contact team as our new Office Coordinator. Caitlin brings with her her world renowned Irish Dance skills, which we’re hoping make an appearance at the next office party. She didn’t stop there with embracing her Irish heritage, and recently graduated from the University of Ireland, Galway in 2017. Her current obsession? Finding thrift shop treasures.
Why Full Contact? “Full Contact caught my eye because it was a smaller agency doing big things in advertising. I thought it would be a great place for me to learn all aspects of the advertising world (and I have). I love making a project come alive, and Full Contact has helped me figure out that I want to go into the production realm of advertising.”
Isabella Kornitsky- Strategic Planning & New Business
Wake Forest University ’20
Major: Business & Enterprise Management, Concentration: Marketing; Journalism Minor
Isabella is a wing eating champion. Going vegan has complicated that a bit, but luckily she’s got the culinary skills to veganize all of her old favorite comfort foods– she even has a vegan food Instagram to capture her eating adventures. Her favorite pastime? Traveling, finding new restaurants, and traveling to find new restaurants.
Why Full Contact? “I’ve had my eye on Full Contact since I worked on a marketing research project with them three summers ago. I love the idea of seeing a project come together from beginning to end, and knew Full Contact’s expertise in strategic planning was something I wanted to be a part of. I have a love for learning, and working at Full Contact allows me to be constantly exploring new industries and ideas.”
Katie Hooker- Account Management
Elon University ’20
Major: Strategic Communications; Interreligious Studies Minor
Katie is dying for a British accent. So much so she’s saying goodbye to Elon University to study abroad in London this fall. Her next destination? Haiti, where she will conduct independent research on interreligious encounters next summer.
Why Full Contact? “I wanted to intern at Full Contact because it’s a small enough agency that you can learn everyone’s names (and vice versa) but you can still take part in big projects for impressive clients. I was drawn to advertising because of its lively, imaginative, and spontaneous people. Even though I’m not the most artistically creative person, I love being around people who are. I’m drawn to the position of account manager because it would allow me to combine the skills I’m learning through my communications major with my love for innovation and creativity.”