Being originally from Florida, there were plenty of beaches and hot weather to love, but it wasn’t until her parents packed up her two older siblings and herself and moved them all to Maine, that Emily, at the age of four, began downhill skiing.

She then spent the rest of her childhood perfecting her style. It’s also where she fell in love with nature, lobsters and the great outdoors.

Coming from an entrepreneurial family, Emily went to college and studied business. Once she finished school, instead of working for her family, she decided to blaze her own path and make a name for herself. Quickly working her way up the ranks, beginning as a project manager administrator, she quickly worked her way up to become the full charge accounting specialist at Mark 1 Restoration for several years.

During her employment there, she wore many hats and was a go-to person for the entire staff. After spending eight years at Mark 1 Restoration, she decided to return to the family business. Not her family’s, but rather her husband’s family business, where she assumed the role as Office Manager and assisted the owner with daily operations, monthly invoicing, collections, and oversaw customer service.

Outside of work, Emily is wife to her husband Stephen of six years, and full-time mom to their five-year-old daughter, Ava, and their three-year-old son Ricky. Besides spending time at their backyard pool, Emily and her entire family love fishing on their boat or hiking out in the wilderness.

“We have very high hopes for Emily”, said Frank Gussoni, president of A3 Media. “She has exceptionally good organizational skills, a superior customer service background, and a keen eye to detail. We expect her to be a great addition to our Traffic Team”.

When asked about changing careers Emily quoted Henry Ford, and said, “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right”! With that determination and tenacity, Emily should fit in perfectly at A3 Media.