Meet public relations whiz and account services pro Natalie Mayan. From brainstorming creative ideas to tackling a myriad of projects that would make most heads spin, Natalie lends her experience and expertise to help clients achieve their communications goals.
Natalie is excited to bring her communications skills to Pittsburgh. This witty and strategic professional is an independent, quick-thinker that works well with a team. With skills in Basecamp and METs, she’s ready to tackle any client project with consumers in mind. She’s knowledgeable with market demographics, business insights and the competitive landscape. Natalie truly listens to the needs of each client to find the best solutions for their particular project.
Prior to joining Mindful Kreative, Natalie served in multiple account management roles including Account Coordinator and Account Executive with Moroch. She got her start in the agency industry as an intern at both Moroch and WhiteSpace Creative while attending Marietta College. She has had the opportunity to provide account services to McDonald’s in Tri-State and BBO Co-ops, oversee the Ronald McDonald program, and manage Moroch’s internship program. She has experience building and maintaining client relationships, creating marketing materials, and coordinating radio, television, print, and digital advertising.
Natalie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Advertising and Public Relations and minors in psychology and leadership from Marietta College.
Natalie has always been passionate about the communications industry. She loves helping
organizations reach new heights and creating positive change. Natalie is committed to listening to her clients and making sure she not only meets but also exceeds expectations. New to Pittsburgh, she is excited to check out the restaurant scene and take in each dynamic neighborhood with her fiancé, Andy.
When she isn’t hard at work, Natalie loves to listen to true crime podcasts, taste-test tacos, and tap dance. She’s also passionate about traveling. This globetrotter has explored parts of Asia, including a visit to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), the border between North and South Korea. She also likes to explore our homeland, recently visiting Charleston and San Diego.
“We’ll figure it out.”
“A comfort zone is a wonderful place, but nothing ever grows there.”
If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
Play the violin