cameron elliott traffic manager

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As RedRover Sales & Marketing Strategy’s Traffic Manager, Cameron plays a vital role in ensuring that our pack can provide a top-level commitment to our clients. Maintaining a project-driven work calendar, aligning internal talents with client needs, and making project recommendations to ensure deadline achievement are just a few key ways in which Cameron helps us stay focused on deliverable success.

When you want to know the status of your project, your account lead and Cameron are the two to contact!

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Before RedRover, Cameron honed his project managements skills as one of four graphic leads for a local multi-million dollar company – a role in which Cameron was tasked with producing, tracking, and communicating packaging design to both domestic/international suppliers and the company’s internal executive team.

An avid learner, Cameron began his career in communications and design at the age of thirteen, developing his first website for a small student chapter of Hendrix College after teaching himself how to use Photoshop and write HTML/CSS code.

When he wasn’t working on design projects – or going to school – Cameron spent many of his youth weekends hiking and photographing the beautiful Ozarks region of his northwestern Arkansas hometown.

In 2009, Cameron went on to pursue a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration and Marketing Communications from Fontbonne University in Saint Louis, MO, where he took on a variety of student leadership and assistantship roles that were a blend of event planning, crisis management, and marketing communications. One assistantship in particular paved the way for Cameron to receive a Master of Arts in Advertising and Marketing Communications from Webster University in 2015.

Shortly after, Cameron moved to Memphis, TN, where his brother and sister-in-law, a Rhodes College graduate, had settled. You’re likely to come across him walking along the Mississippi river during his lunch break or biking his way through Shelby Farms park during the weekend – though he’s just as happy to spend his spare time writing for his own productivity blog, testing new vegetarian meals in the kitchen, or relaxing on the couch with his cat, Houdini.