Get to Know – Emily Ha
Here at Impact Group Marketing, we’ve dedicated ourselves to helping people reach their brand and marketing needs through consulting, design, digital marketing, and print. Having helped and gotten to know our clients over the years, now it’s our turn to offer an inside look into the culture and community that make up Impact Group Marketing. Learn more, firsthand, from the people who have found a home here.
Let's welcome Emily Ha, Graphic Designer!
Name: Emily Ha
Family and pets:
I have two younger siblings: my brother is who is a junior at the University of North Texas, and my sister who is a junior in high school. I also have two 5-month-old tabby kittens: Luna and Yoshi!
“but whatever came, she had resolved never again to belong to another than herself.”
― Kate Chopin, The Awakening
Favorite trend in our industry at the moment:
Typography chaos design
Two truths and a lie:
I am from Minnesota, I re-read Game of Thrones every summer, and I am fluent in Vietnamese.
If you could switch your job with anyone else within IGM, whose job would you want?
I would swap with someone in content management because I enjoy brand design and strategy.
What have you gained from working at IGM?
A greater understanding of creating solutions-based designs
If you could compare yourself with any animal, which would it be and why?
I would compare myself to a butterfly because they symbolize transformation. I try to always be mindful of creative growth, self-care, and progress in my life – personally and professionally.
When you’re not at work how do you spend your time/What are your hobbies?
You can always catch me painting or reading in my free time. I especially love painting with gouache and am currently exploring oil paints. My favorite books are The Awakening by Kate Chopin, The Summer series by Jenny Han, and the Harry Potter series.
What would be your karaoke go-to song and what setting would we likely find you singing it in?
Any song by Panic! At The Disco at an early 2000s themed karaoke night
If you could invite three people to dinner (dead or alive), who would be at the table and why?
Emma Watson, Michelle Obama, and Kate Chopin because they are all such incredible displays of feminine power and breaking societal standards of what it means to be a woman.
What would be your dream concert lineup?
Hozier, Iron & Wine, and Kina Grannis