Executive Briefings

DID YOU KNOW?... Small facts about SupplyChainBrain's "Brains"

Emily Vaughn Janson, Associate Publisher of SupplyChainBrain, is an ad sales veteran... due only partially to the fact that she has been selling for Keller International Publishing / SupplyChainBrain for 11 years.  Emily actually started her ad sales career 25 years ago at Billboard Magazine in Beverly Hills, CA.

What makes Emily a stellar salesperson is her wide variety of interests and her passion for life in general ~ making it easy for her to relate to the incredible range of clients with whom she works.

Just try and find something amongst Emily's "greatest loves" that you can't relate to: first and foremost her family, interior and landscape design, beaches and anything to do with the water (including scuba diving!), antique markets, exercise classes, roadtrips, movies, entertaining, gardening... and of course, her iPod.

That said, one would think Emily needs a twin in order to have more time to paint and take art classes, or to travel in Italy (she lived many years ago and plans to live there again one day).  As we know her, though, Emily somehow manages to enjoy it all...

But DID YOU KNOW that she does have a twin?  Now, if only we could have both of them selling for SupplyChainBrain...

Emily Vaughn Janson, Associate Publisher of SupplyChainBrain, is an ad sales veteran... due only partially to the fact that she has been selling for Keller International Publishing / SupplyChainBrain for 11 years.  Emily actually started her ad sales career 25 years ago at Billboard Magazine in Beverly Hills, CA.

What makes Emily a stellar salesperson is her wide variety of interests and her passion for life in general ~ making it easy for her to relate to the incredible range of clients with whom she works.

Just try and find something amongst Emily's "greatest loves" that you can't relate to: first and foremost her family, interior and landscape design, beaches and anything to do with the water (including scuba diving!), antique markets, exercise classes, roadtrips, movies, entertaining, gardening... and of course, her iPod.

That said, one would think Emily needs a twin in order to have more time to paint and take art classes, or to travel in Italy (she lived many years ago and plans to live there again one day).  As we know her, though, Emily somehow manages to enjoy it all...

But DID YOU KNOW that she does have a twin?  Now, if only we could have both of them selling for SupplyChainBrain...