Justin grew up in rural Vermont, cutting their teeth in the hospitality industry. In 2014, they put their grassroots marketing skills to the test, joining the team at Celia Vine Marketing. There, they helped grow the company to where, in 2017, they were presented with the opportunity to open their own firm.
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Justin holds a degree in Business Management from Northern Vermont University ('11). They are a published editor (Tasteful Traditions, Red Barn Books, 2014), and hold several positions on local and statewide non-profit or municipal boards, including Outright Vermont, Cambridge Historical Society, Cambridge Conservation Commission, Cambridge Economic Development Advisory Committee, and Cambridge Arts Council. In 2016, they helped write the grant known as The Silo Project, which transformed two abandoned concrete silos into the largest outdoor public art installment in the state of Vermont.
They spend their free time with their adorable nieces, geeking out on history with their grandmothers, or performing across Vermont as Emoji Nightmare. As Emoji, they also host a show on VCAM called "The T" and a radio show on WBTV-LP called "Emoji Pop."
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