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Intern Spotlight: Corinne Magee

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Marc Healy, executive director of retail and marketing
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Intern Spotlight: Corinne Magee

Who are you interning under, what is your role, and what is something that you are most excited to be working on?

I an intern under Marc and act as support for Scott to execute marketing initiatives. Throughout my internship I have had the opportunity to learn HubSpot and ZoomInfo, along with creating content for campaigns, like case studies, social media, and other marketing collateral.

Have you interned with us before, if not, have you interned elsewhere?

I have not interned with Element before, however I did have a hospitality internship at Wentworth by the Sea Country Club, where I was a food and beverage intern. I did not have intentions of entering the hospitality field, however I wanted the opportunity to serve and learn to be a bartender at a Country Club. Ended up being a great experience, as I became the head bartender and was able to make connections that brought me to The Element Group.

Where do you go to school? What year are you, and what do you study?

I am a senior at UNH, I study communication with a focus in business applications. Truly a wonderful program where I not only learn about marketing and sales, but also learn about rhetoric, socialization, data visualization, and digital media studies. I especially value my knowledge in rhetoric, where I have learned to see outside my own point of view, along with building a strong knowledge of communication. I believe this knowledge is useful in ever field and every aspect of my life.

What drew you to your field?

I have always been drawn to sales and marketing since I was a kid. I originally started a business called Bubblegum Ink, where I handmade screen-printed designs. I worked this business for several years, obtaining a registered tax-id number allowing me to buy wholesale. I eventually outgrew this business as I got older and busier with school, but it did spark my interest in sales and marketing.

How did you hear about Element?

Through working at Wentworth by the Sea, I was able to meet the Baldasaro and Foley families. I met both families individually while serving at the country club where they were amongst my favorite members as they were just great people. I began to hear about Element Group from Nate, then from William and Pamela. That every bit matters tagline stayed in my head and is what stood out to me about Element.

How did your first day/week go? 

I was truly amazed when given the tour of the experience lounge, I couldn’t believe I would be lucky enough to be able to work in such an amazing space every day. I was able to take part in brainstorming sessions my first week, which I absolutely loved.  The onboarding process was great and very thorough, Scott helped me learn so much about Element’s marketing initiatives in the first week. My first week was better than I could have expected!

Ok now some fun questions!

Any pets?

Back home in Connecticut, I have a mini–Australian Shepard named Tessie, despite her name she is NOT mini. I’m lucky to be able to have Tessie stay with me in New Hampshire for sometimes weeks at a time.

Coffee, Tea, Other?

I have always loved coffee…been drinking it since I was 7 years old.

Give me one additional fun fact about you! 

My favorite hobbies are: lifting weights, listening to crime podcasts, and bartending.


Special thanks to Corinne Magee.


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A man in a blue button-up.
Marc Healy
executive director of retail and marketing

Often greeted by the team as “Mr. HEALY!,” with all suitable pomp, Marc is known to be a positive force of nature in the office. After graduating from Western Washington University with a degree in Business and a concentration in Finance, Marc proceeded to leap right into leadership positions. His career now spans over 35 years, with experience in marketing, sales, and finance.


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