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Student Spotlight: Brie Muldoon '23

Katie DuBoff - March 17, 2022

Brie Muldoon Brie Muldoon ‘23, a marketing and finance major, is headed to California this summer for an internship at Google. According to recruiters, Google is highly selective and only accepts 2% of applicants, so the Rosemont community congratulates Brie on this exciting achievement! Learn more about what brought Brie to Rosemont and what his career aspirations are for the future.

Q: What led you to Rosemont? 

I first discovered Rosemont when one of my extended family members told me about the school when I was applying to college. I took a tour of the campus and connected with one of the tour guides who later became one of my friends. What ultimately sealed the deal was Rosemont’s affordability in combination with its focus toward individual student growth. I remember hearing about how business students participated in clubs on campus, competitions, and had direct support from professors. Coming into college with a career in mind, all these opportunities piqued my interest. Rosemont was also a short commute from my home, which made it easier to decide. 

Q: Tell us about your upcoming internship at Google. What will your responsibilities be? 

The responsibilities of an Associate Product Marketing Manager (APMM) Intern include defining and executing go-to-market strategies and organizational coordination for new feature launches. This involves developing research, positioning, and messaging collateral for products and services. I will need to employ quantitative analysis and my newfound understanding of consumer behavior learned here at Rosemont in better communicating value propositions. 

The internship is based in either the San Francisco Bay area or Mountain View, California. The recruiters will let me know the final location soon! 

Q: What other professional roles have you held?  

This past summer I was a performance marketing intern at Uber Technologies Inc, developing low-funnel digital advertisements with offers stating copy like: “get $10 off your first order.” Prior to Uber, I was a marketing intern at Intel Corporation, where I worked on partner marketing with the consumer software marketing team to help software partners better reach Intel audiences during their game launches. 

Q: What are your career aspirations after college? 

I would like to consider myself ambitious, and in the first couple of years after graduation staying within product marketing at a leading tech company seems like a great way to improve my fundamental marketing skills. I would later like to enter the startup world, either co-found or join early as marketing leadership at a tech startup. 

Q: What organizations are you involved in both at Rosemont and outside of school?  

I am president of the Rosemont ALPFA (Association of Latino Professionals for America) student chapter, where our club promotes professional development to all Rosemont students and connects ALPFA members to job opportunities from the national association.  

Outside of work and school, I enjoy the outdoors, like hiking local trails. Furthermore, because personal health is important to me, I enjoy strenuous fitness activities such as rowing and free weights. Finally, I like the nightlife scene in Philly since I am enthusiastic about house music. 

Q: What do you like most about Rosemont?  

Besides seeing the stunning buildings every day, I like the sense of community between students and professors. At Rosemont, it feels like you can really get to know everybody. It is a school where professors recognize their students and show them how far they can go in the subject areas they want to learn.