Brianne B. Perleberg | Founder + Editor
Brianne B. Perleberg is the founder + editor of I Want Her Job. The site is her side hustle, and she started it to create a go-to resource for women in all phases of their career — from first job to corner office. She’s someone who understands the power of women supporting women, and hopes you will find even one piece of advice on the site that will impact how you approach your career. During the day Brianne works in sports marketing as a director of digital and brand strategy. Fun tip: She met her boss, who she’s now known for 7 years, on Twitter! In previous phases of her career she worked as a social and digital media strategist and youngest-ever editor-in-chief of the University of Montana’s alumni magazine. When she’s not working, you can find her snuggling her shih tzu, Zoe; sipping prosecco while devouring a book; shopping for Kendra Scott jewelry; searching for Instagrammable walls; and enjoying sushi date nights with her husband, Bryan. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter.
Polina Selyutin | Co-founder + Editor – I Want Her Job The Podcast
Polina Selyutin is the co-founder, host and editor of I Want Her Job The Podcast. She has a background in operations and management consulting for technology companies, but is enjoying exploring career paths while making her own career transition. Most recently, she is grateful to be raising her kids in beautiful Marin County. She enjoys self-development and boundless learning while exploring big and small ways to make an impact in the world. In between jobs, Polina is usually spending time outdoors, savoring the sweet chaos of family time, photographing practically everything, traveling when possible, reading endless piles of books, enjoying long philosophical conversations with her friends, and is experiencing the process of stumbling through life and parenting as life slowly reveals itself. Polina is thrilled for the opportunity to have conversations with women about different careers and for creating those moments when someone is inspired by an idea or an experience to make a change in their lives. You can find what inspires her on Pinterest and read her latest on Medium.
Becca Duvall | Digital + Visual Communications
Becca Duvall is the Digital + Visual Communications Editor for I Want Her Job and a PR grad specializing in digital marketing and brand strategy. A true Southerner, Becca enjoys living and working just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. She loves Coke Zero (really loves it), the movies Moonrise Kingdom and Midnight in Paris (equally), and weekend adventures. When she’s not at the office, scrolling through the latest news on her iPhone, or checking into a quirky, boutique hotel for the weekend, she’s busy advocating for public libraries, a lifelong passion of hers.
Becca Mulhill | Social Media
Becca Mulhill is a graduate of the marketing program at the University of Montana. From 9-to-5, she works as a copywriter, copy editor and content manager at a digital marketing agency in sunny San Diego. In her free time, you can find her — iced coffee in hand — devouring a book (check out her bookstagram account here), at concerts, or exploring her favorite neighborhoods with friends. Becca also loves the mountains, water and sunshine (she’s a Montanan at heart, after all). Get to know her better by following her on Twitter, Pinterest or Insta
Saskia Boogman | Contributor
Saskia Boogman was introduced to I Want Her Job as a Leading Lady. A waitressing job, turned Google Blog of Note, turned writing gig with Hooters of America led to the somewhat controversial interview that connected her with the ladies behind the scenes. Completing her MBA at the University of Montana, she found her way back to her hometown, Billings, Mont., and a marketing coordinator position with camping leader, Kampgrounds of America. Visiting campgrounds from coast-to-coast aiding in all things marketing—and enjoying the occasional s’more—she also helps with the business side of her parents’ bakery, Caramel Cookie Waffles. Ironically, even amidst all those treats, Saskia is a self-described “gym rat” and top-10 national level fitness competitor. You can follow her adventures in fitness on Instagram or her blog (which she admits needs a little more love).
Kathleen Garvin | Contributor
Kathleen Garvin is a Philadelphia-born and bred editorial assistant, conference exhibitor and co-manager of social media in health care communications. She’s often found asking strangers in scrubs about their jobs. Kathleen graduated with a degree in magazine journalism from Temple University in 2009 and spent the first year after college traveling, taking a writing class in NYC and freelancing. She enjoys Philly sports, travel, continuing education, the burgeoning city tech scene and everything pop culture. You can find Kathleen on Twitter and her travel blog.
Mandi Middlestetter | Contributor
Mandi Middlestetter is a freelance copywriter in Portland, Oregon. Prior to freelancing, Mandi honed her craft for five years at a digital agency, did a couple of marketing gigs and graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in journalism. She’s loved books and words since 1984 (that’s as far back as she can remember) and even sees parallels in her daughter’s love of the same. Mandi’s got a thing for strong coffee, secondhand stores and family outings where not a single person melts down.
Keriann Strickland | Contributor
Keriann Strickland is a marketing communications manager at Waterford Institute, an education technology company and research center. An admitted side hustle addict, she also works as a freelance editor, writer and content strategist. Keriann’s previous work titles include editor and content strategist for a health tech company that creates disease-specific social networks; adjunct instructor at the University of Utah; and, newspaper reporter. She has a degree in journalism from the University of Montana and a master’s in communication from the University of Utah. Happiest when she’s near mountains, Keriann telecommutes from and recreates in Missoula, Mont. Get to know Keriann by following her on Twitter.