Alison Micheletti / Co-Host
At first glance, Alison’s humble demeanor might fool you, but this shark is not only an expert on dental marketing, she also has the pedigree to back it up. Alison brings an MBA to the party which she pairs with critical thinking skills akin to Leonardo da Vinci and the thoughtful execution of Bob Ross.
Much like a good olive oil, Alison’s marketing skills are highly refined, definitely sought after, and expertly cold pressed. What she lacks in “traditionally” good cooking skills, she more than makes up for with her keen attention to detail and generally positive outlook. If Alison wasn’t consistently producing mic drop results for her clients, she would definitely be considered part of our in-house comedy troupe.
Alison is originally from Northeast Pennsylvania and is currently an Account Executive at Golden Proportions Marketing. In her spare time, you can find her playing field hockey, tending to her honey bees, or losing at “Jeopardy!”. While she doesn’t particularly enjoy meatballs, Alison would eat gnocchi every day if she could, something her Nonna would be proud of.
Christina Sarge / Co-Host
When you first meet Christina you can’t help but get excited about whatever she has to say. You could be discussing a new marketing strategy or deciding what to eat for lunch, but either way, you’re going to be pumped about it. Her vibrant and vivacious personality just has that effect on people.
Christina identifies as ‘extra,’ which she naturally translates into her work by providing extra care to everyone she talks to. And trust us, she’ll talk to anyone and everyone about anything. She’s always positive in nature (perhaps thanks to her Catholic guilt) and is the biggest cheerleader for her clients’ successes. She rocks her 4-inch heels almost every day and believes glitter can change the world.
Born and raised in a large Italian family in Central Pennsylvania, Christina spends her days as an Account Executive at Golden Proportions Marketing. Most of her free time is occupied by running her kids to practice or playdates and attending loud family dinners packed full of organized chaos and of course, plenty of meatballs.