About Angeley Mullins

An accomplished Marketing, Strategy, and Business Development professional, Angeley has been successful bringing businesses and ideas to market. Her experience is broad across multiple industries including E-Commerce, Finance, Retail, and SaaS/ Internet. She specializes in Global Brand and International Strategy, E-Commerce Experiences, Strategic Partnerships, Customer Acquisition, and Creative Solutions. She has led marketing for international expansion and global exports at Amazon.com as well as business development projects at Lehman Brothers. She also has lead Marketing and E-Commerce initiatives at Intuit and Godaddy.angeley

Prior to beginning her career, she attended the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management. She holds a M.B.A from Benedictine University in Chicago, and Post Graduate education from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. She also holds numerous patents focusing on E-Commerce Marketing and Optimization.

Angeley is passionate about social business and making a direct impact on her community, participating in projects with numerous non-profit organizations and NGOs. Angeley has a strong history of partnering with leaders of the Grameen Foundation for social business initiatives including Micro-Credit Finance projects.  She has been an adviser for multiple Brand, Strategy, Marketing, and Launch Programs. She believes that through Technology, Education,  and Social Awareness, we can solve some of the world’s greatest challenges including: Poverty Alleviation, Entrepreneurship, and Access to Healthcare.

 

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