LOUIE BROZ

LOUIE BROZ

louieI grew up in Wilber, NE. Population 1855. I craved something bigger after graduation, so this fish jumped from my small pond to the ocean of students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

My first major was Psychology, that didn’t last long. I switched to Nutrition and Exercise Science, where I learned chemistry is actually intellectual torture. I tried Education but didn’t have the patience (kudos to teachers, idk how you do it.)

After some reflection, I realized what I enjoyed: reading, writing, educating and Husker football.

The football team wasn’t looking for an uncoordinated, 5’ 7”, sleep-deprived 20-year-old, so I channeled my writing and educating skills and changed my major for the last time: Journalism.
Mom and dad were proud of this money-maker.

As it turns out, changing your major four times isn’t the best strategy to graduate on time, so I went a 5th year. But hey, winners take victory laps. I was able to work two internships, marketing at a non-profit and managing a state legislative campaign, and got the experience needed to start a career in my field right out of the starting gates.

Transformation Marketing offered me this position during my last month of school. I’m grateful for the opportunity to utilize the skills I fine-tuned in college by writing and educating customers with written content, all while doing my part to help multiple companies spread their message.

The last few years has taught me to roll with the punches. Life can be like a sailboat. You can’t control the wind, but you’ll always find adventure with an open sail. I’m excited to start my adventure at Transformation Marketing.

louie spinning bean logo on his finger

I grew up in Wilber, NE. Population 1855. I craved something bigger after graduation, so this fish jumped from my small pond to the ocean of students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

My first major was Psychology, that didn’t last long. I switched to Nutrition and Exercise Science, where I learned chemistry is actually intellectual torture. I tried Education but didn’t have the patience (kudos to teachers, idk how you do it.)

After some reflection, I realized what I enjoyed: reading, writing, educating and Husker football.

The football team wasn’t looking for an uncoordinated, 5’ 7”, sleep-deprived 20-year-old, so I channeled my writing and educating skills and changed my major for the last time: Journalism.
Mom and dad were proud of this money-maker.

As it turns out, changing your major four times isn’t the best strategy to graduate on time, so I went a 5th year. But hey, winners take victory laps. I was able to work two internships, marketing at a non-profit and managing a state legislative campaign, and got the experience needed to start a career in my field right out of the starting gates.

Transformation Marketing offered me this position during my last month of school. I’m grateful for the opportunity to utilize the skills I fine-tuned in college by writing and educating customers with written content, all while doing my part to help multiple companies spread their message.

The last few years has taught me to roll with the punches. Life can be like a sailboat. You can’t control the wind, but you’ll always find adventure with an open sail. I’m excited to start my adventure at Transformation Marketing.

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