Ian Marker, Account Associate

Ian Marker is an Account Assistant at Rasor working on a variety of accounts, including public works and the agency’s internal social media and marketing team. Graduating from Miami University in 2017, he is expanding on the public relations and marketing skills he learned in college. While completing a degree in strategic communications, he worked with his professors to acquire internships at Miami in the Social Media Marketing Department as well as Photographic and Video Marketing Services.

An independent study working on the Google Online Marketing Challenge and creating a marketing communication plan for a domestic violence shelter in Batesville, IN, for his capstone project finished off his senior year. Ian’s desire to further understand humanity and culture lead him to a second degree while at school. He earned a degree in comparative religion focusing on the history of religion in America and Early Christianity while also studying abroad in the Middle East as part of his education.

Prior to joining Rasor’s team, Ian gained experience at the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce in marketing, where he worked on a number of projects from social media and economic development to managing media for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival. These experiences help him to work with current clients and media relations at Rasor.

At Rasor, Ian wishes continued learning and growth in the professional world for the rest of his career.


Favorite childhood book:

Art Dog by Thacher Hurd because I’ve always wanted to live in Dogopolis and view the Mona Woofa.

Which app would be the last one you’d delete from your phone? Why?

I would have to say Twitter. Even though I don’t tweet very often, I feel like there are always interesting articles and information that can be found or accessed anytime through the app.

What is your favorite office product?

Well, if we are setting technology aside, I would have to say sticky notes. They don’t add the anxiety of having to start a whole new sheet of paper, stick to almost anything and feel rather cathartic to crumple up and recycle when you complete a task!