Madison Hooper

No, you didn’t call Chick-fil-A but Madison did once work there so “It’s my pleasure” is a natural reflex for her. She joined our team in 2017 right before the Atlanta Falcons lost to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI, so got to join us all ugly cry early on. Madison is basically a detective in training that is most likely to investigate any situation that comes up here at RPS. Like Amanda, she’s all about the podcasts, which makes them an even more dynamic duo. She’s unstoppable with spreadsheets and we probably wouldn’t survive without her organizational skills. In addition to keeping our Amanda sane, Madison is an aspiring foodie that knows all the great new hotspots in town. She may bleed Crimson and White, but don’t let that shiny degree from Alabama fool you– deep down she does pull for UGA too.

Madison joined the team at Rock Paper Scissors in February 2017 as Account Coordinator and quickly moved up the ranks to Account Executive/Art Director. Madison’s main role at RPS is aiding Amanda in the sales process, meeting with potential clients to discuss their needs and how RPS can help, and crafting proposals to serve those needs. Once contracts have been signed, Madison assigns team members to the job. Madison also manages pay-per-click and supplemental social media campaigns for our clients.

Madison graduated from the University of Alabama – Tuscaloosa (Roll Tide!) and holds a B.A. in Communications and Information Sciences with a major in Advertising and a double minor in Graphic Design and Psychology. While at Alabama, Madison worked with the student newspaper, The Crimson White and helped launch Alice, a magazine the school designed to bridge the audience gap between Seventeen and Cosmo. She also worked on student projects for the NASCAR Goes West social media campaign and Clay Travis with Fox Sports U. In addition, she interned with Zimmerman Advertising in Fort Lauderdale.

Away from the office, Madison enjoys exploring new Atlanta restaurants, breweries and trips to visit her friends across the Southeast.

 

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