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Kate Stanton Whalen

Kate Stanton Whalen

Kate made her first foray into the world of IT at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) in the early 1980s. DEC was then a pioneer in scientific, modular computing, and it was there she learned to match her creative nature and love of the English language to the world of business. Her experiences at DEC, two communication and marketing agencies, as a freelance marketing consultant—and most recently in marketing management roles at Compaq and HP—enabled her to build a broad skillset in a variety of communication mediums. She had opportunities to manage corporate events, produce award-winning video programs, play a key role in the development of the Compaq Services brand, and hone her research and writing skills as Senior Editor for HP's Technology Services and HPE's SMB (small and medium business) social media programs. Roads traveled always seemed to lead her back to her first loves—words and writing—which are, in the end, the foundation for impactful communications. Kate and her husband live in the rolling hills of southern Maine, USA, where they breed and raise award-winning alpacas for show and fiber. LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katestantonwhalen/

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