Panelist Profile: Bianca Livi of Google

We are thrilled to announce that the panel for our next Meetup, BECOME AN INTERVIEW NINJA, is made up of five amazingly intelligent creative professionals. RSVP HERE.

In the days leading up to the event we will be profiling the panelists here. We hope that reading just a bit about their backgrounds will get you nice and fired up to see them in person on March 23rd.

This week we’d like to introduce you to BIANCA LIVI.

What is your current position?
Account Executive, Automotive – Google. I work with automotive advertisers and their digital media and creative agencies to develop their strategies on Google platforms, including Google Search, the Google Display Network, YouTube, and Mobile strategies.

What are the last three companies you’ve worked with or for?
Worked for:  Google, Ogilvy, Sesame Street
Work with:  Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Porsche, MINI, Bridgestone

What are your favorite websites/blogs to read?

What was most exciting to you about the chance to participate in our panel, Become an Interview Ninja?
I’ve been very lucky to have incredible mentors who have provided great guidance through every step of my career.  If I end up providing one piece of advice that helps someone in their career, it would make me so happy.

What is your funniest interview story?
My best friend was asked in an interview, “What’s your flaw?”  Her response: “Definitely my thighs!”  Somehow she got the job.  But please don’t try this in an interview.

Marny Smith is the Community Manager for NY Creative Interns. You can find her on Tumblr, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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About the Author

Marny Smith was the VP and Director of Community of FindSpark for 2.5 years. She is a FindSpark Advisor, Certified Professional Resume Writer, Diversity Advocate, and Employment Specialist connecting young adults with developmental disabilities with supportive employers. Interested in learning more about hiring individuals with disabilities? Feel free to reach out:

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