Her career began in academic publishing as a copy editor for the journal “Literature and Medicine,” and then she pursued integrated marketing at Integrated Marketing Solutions (IMS) in Chicago, Illinois.
During the dot com boom, Marguerite wrote and developed web sites for feature films and entertainment properties for “The Sixth Sense,” “The X-Files,” “Muppet World” and more at Dream Theater in Chatsworth, California.
Then Marguerite joined the staff of the Marketing Services department at The New York Times. She worked as a Copywriter, creating sell sheets and advertising materials for special advertising sections.
From 2002 until 2010, Marguerite worked as a freelance writer and editor, taking on projects that stimulate her curious mind and growth as an individual.
In 2010, she accepted a full-time position with Advanstar as Web Editor for License Global! magazine, a business-to-business publication dedicated to the licensing industry. In 2011, she accepted a position as Managing Editor for Fashionablymarketing.me, a digital publication devoted to cutting-edge fashion marketing strategies.
Currently, Marguerite serves as a Marketing Writer/Editor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Management. As a member of the in-house marketing department for the prestigious business school, she works on a variety of projects including but not limited to annual reports, email campaigns, brochures, online profiles, ads, websites, and more.
In her spare time, she writes mystery novels. She lives in Chicago, Illinois, with her husband Joshua and their notorious pug, Monty.