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Alternative Investing: Exploring Your Options as a Wise Investor

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On March 30 my guest will be Brisciel Rey. Brisciel is the Marketing Director and Financial Blogger for Jakob Pek Fund. With over eight years of combined professional experience in business management and marketing, she has cultivated a unique skill set along with defined expertise throughout the course of her creative, yet business-oriented career. Along with managing the marketing strategy and branding initiatives for Jakob Pek Fund, she also keeps readers informed on matters related to personal finance through her witty, yet refreshing writing style found on the Jakob Pek Fund blog.  Her knowledge has been a direct result of working with multiple industries such as retail, home services, premium brands, e-commerce (B2B & B2C), manufacturing and distribution, and financial services. During her role as a Marketing Director for an Apple Specialist in Florida, Brisciel worked closely with Apple, Inc. to implement marketing campaigns and business development strategies for several retail locations. At this point in her career is where she acquired much of the marketing and design experience she now applies in her work today.  Brisciel double-majored in International Business and Marketing and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Florida International University’s Landon School of Business. To increase her understanding in the field of Marketing, she also earned a certificate in Web Design by The University of Miami. Brisciel also continues her education and training through local seminars related to finance, compliance and marketing.  Aside from her professional endeavors, Brisciel is strongly dedicated to her philanthropic work in the community and is a member of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, the New York Junior League, and other non-profit organizations. 

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