Taylor Felice is 31 years old and is currently the Platforms Operations Coordinator at Apple in the Greater New York City Area. Felice graduated in 2007 from Tulane University with her BSM in marketing while spending a semester at the University of Connecticut due to Hurricane Katrina. While attending Tulane University, she made the dean’s list numerous times.

Felice’s prior experience includes Ad Operations at Apple, Digital Ad Trafficker, Client Services Associate and Marketing Assistant for the New York Times, and the Programming Assistant for ESPN. She was also a Merchandizing intern for the New York Jets in 2007 as well as a per project basis intern for the Silverman Group in 2008. As a Digital ad Trafficker, Taylor Felice trafficked and managed iAd campaigns, provided strategic analysis and insight on campaign performance, worked with product and engineering teams on system and tool enhancements and performed daily campaign analysis and optimizations. At the New York Times, Taylor’s many qualifications included making changes to both JavaScript and HTML coding, ensuring incoming orders are processed to strategic specifications and overseeing and trafficking the status of campaign launches while working with the team. Felice also created and oversaw advertising contracts within internal systems to ensure revenue is recorded and billed correctly.

More of Taylor Felice’s skills include advertising, social media, Microsoft Office, social media marketing, management, sales and online advertising, amongst many others. Past co-workers have said wonderful things about Felice including her attention to detail, work ethic, dependability and her “go-getter” personality. Each of Taylor Felice’s past co-workers made a comment that she is and always has been an asset to any organization.

Through her education at Tulane University, Taylor Felice volunteered in the New Orleans public school system and was saddened at the lack of books accessible to students. In 2013, Taylor Felice is also a dedicated supporter of First Book and ran the Brooklyn Half-Marathon in 2013. Her goal was to raise $1800 through First book and ended up raising over $2100 through a virtual book drive. This helped give 873 brand new books to children in need.