Getting to Know Megan Hostetler

Episode 3 is here and the stories this Salesforce Product Marketing Manager tells are both endearing and hilarious. Listen in to hear how Megan's willingness to try just about anything in her education and early marketing career led her to a love for product marketing... and how it might have catapulted her into a gorilla suit at a little old conference called Dreamforce.



Title: Product Marketing Manager

Favorite Podcast: Most recently, Magic Lessons with Elizabeth Gilbert Ep. 209: Show Up Before You're Ready with Glennon Doyle Melton.

Favorite song from when you graduated high school: Kid Cudi - Pursuit of Happiness

Favorite song from when you started your career: Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran

Favorite song currently: Just Sing - Trolls World Tour

Do you have an interesting story you'd like to share about your marketing career? I had a non-paid internship one summer with Easter Seals - that's an important piece of my story. Or maybe when I got asked to dress up in a gorilla suit for a parade that was used to help drive attendees to come to our Dreamforce keynote. Gorilla marketing?

Where to find me?

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mcollins2/

Twitter: @CollinsMeMegan

Listen to Megan's full episode HERE.

Get to know Megan through her fave podcasts & music





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