Alicia Kamm

East Greenwich, RI USA

Professional Experience

Highly creative and web-savvy marketing and communications professional with over a decade of experience strategically building market presence and creating compelling copy that engages and persuades a wildly diverse audience, from hipsters to executives and the B2B, B2C and D2C markets. Expertise in buyer personas and crafting content that persuades and motivates. Skilled at driving measurable revenue growth within competitive and diverse industries through high-impact marketing campaigns that consistently meet and exceed aggressive goals. Successful self-starter known for her relentless drive, contagious energy, enterprising mind and passion for learning.


13 Years
Content Editor (online)
10 Years
13 Years


Business (general)
10 Years
Consumer Products
12 Years
8 Years


Magazine - Trade magazines/publications (B2B)
6 Years
Online/new media
8 Years
Marketing (in-house) - Fortune 1000 corp. clients
10 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

13 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

BlogHer (3-5), Providence Monthly (3-5), Listen To Your Mother (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Textron (10+), FM Global (10+), GTECH / IGT (10+)

Technical Skills

Wordpress, SiteCore, Adobe Suite, InCopy, Google Docs

Computer Skills

Word, Excel, Windows, Safari, PowerPoint, OneNote, etc.


Laptop, Adobe, Microsoft Office, Skype, webcam


GTECH Building Excellence Award (2); Butler Hospital Medical Matters Advisory Council; Women and Infants Advisory Council


Main Street Association of East Greenwich


Writing samples

Assistant Editor of Approved Product News
A handful of samples from the technology and gaming industry. One article from a local magazine. More samples available upon request.


For more testimonials, please visit

Lead Magnet

Lead magnet to secure new email subscribers that boosted response 82% in less than 30 days.

Squeeze page

This is a sample of a direct response piece for the Cannabusiness industry. It is written in word, but the intended use was as a squeeze page to solicit trade show attendees.