Diane always loved music. However, as a music teacher and a musician, she often had to take assorted odd jobs to make ends meet. One of these jobs was a three-day temp position creating name badges for a magazine publisher’s convention. She worked under the umbrella of the advertising department.
Diane did such a good job that the advertising department asked her to continue to work one day a week, on her day off from her teaching job. Diane agreed. Then, at the beginning of the long summer holiday, Diane was offered, and accepted, a full-time summer position with the publisher.
And that’s how Diane stepped into what ended up being a thirty-year career in advertising. It was never meant to be her “dream job,” just something to tide her over while her music career took off. Read More→