Adam Telian has been working in marketing since graduating from Umass Amherst where he received an MBA and a Masters in Sports Management in May of 2011. Following his graduation, he spent the next six months at MetLife, interning within the Sports Marketing and Sponsorships department. He played an integral role in the MetLife sponsorship and eventual naming rights purchase of MetLife Stadium. Adam also managed the social media campaigns of the MetLife Blimp and MetLife Central.
In January of 2012, after moving to Denver, CO, Adam joined the team at Heinrich Marketing where has been working with the new business development team. In addition to strategic development for RFPs, Adam has also been a key member of the client services team for a new Denver-based client at the agency. His experience in managing social media content and developing consumer-facing marketing strategies has allowed him to be constant contributor to the client’s progress.
Before heading off to Umass Amherst, Adam was an undergrad at Tufts University where he majored in American Studies with a focus on Media and Journalism. Adam was a four-year starter on the Jumbos’ varsity baseball team, where he was captain of the team his senior year.
Adam has lived in various places across the country, from Massachusetts to Hawaii, and he is looking forward to taking his marketing experience with him where ever an opportunity arises.