Curiosity, connections, community. These three provide the daily motivation that drive my personal and professional life. I strive to continually learn about myself and others, and discover ways that we can all work together. My marketing training, combined with a love of the arts, travel, and people, allows me the opportunity to find innovative marketing solutions for my clients.
I recently moved from remote West Texas to Rhode Island. While enjoying the beautiful ocean views and seafood, I look forward to building curiosity, connections, and community as I get to know my new home.
Bio courtesy of Joe Don Hancock, Hancock Advertising Group Founder
One might imagine it a far stretch from tooting a flute in Carnegie Hall to creating advertising in Midland, Texas—not as far as you might think.
Claire Nelson's experience and expertise as a concert flutist with the Texas Christian University Orchestra was the perfect training for a different kind of performance. A love and appreciation of music instilled in Claire the discipline and enthusiasm she would later utilize to create unique advertising messages for a variety of Permian Basin clients.
A 2014 graduate of the Neeley School of Business at TCU with a degree in marketing, Claire was in the honors college and as such was able to expand her horizons through studies of various cultures and traditions. Her experience as a student intern included a stint in the marketing department at Bass Performance Hall in downtown Fort Worth.
Claire grew up in Midland and graduated from Lee High School in 2010. She recently joined the Midland County Child Welfare Board, which is dedicated to assisting foster children in Midland County by providing additional comforts and services not provided by the state.
A few of her favorite things include good cheese, her dog Riley, The TCU Horned Frogs … and craft beer. … perhaps not necessarily in that order!