Taylor Felice graduated with her BSM degree in Business and Marketing from Tulane University in 2007. Taylor’s first professional position was as a Programming Assistant at ESPN. She worked there for 3 years, between June 2004 through May 2007. She assisted with event management for the ESPY Awards and MLB All-Star Game. One of her biggest roles was to track over 1,000 programming proposals as part of the event organization. She also was liaison for VIP guests. In June 2007, she transitioned into the Merchandising Intern position for the New York Jets. She worked there between July 2007 through August 2007. During the summer training camp, she was in charge of the merchandising and the merchandise tent. She then went on to Silverman Group for 10 months, between September 2007 and June 2008. Her biggest accomplishment was creating a business-to-business catalog for G-III’s Fall 2008 sports apparel line. She also helped with the photo shoots, and choosing the photos to be used for the buyer’s guide. From there, she worked as the Marketing Assistant for The New York Times for 4 months between June 2008 and September 2008.
From The New York Times, she went over to The New York Times Digital as a Client Services Associate. She worked there for 2 years 2 months, between September 2008 through October 2010. She tested advertising materials, while monitoring and optimizing campaigns. She then transitioned to the positions of Ad Operations: Traffic at Apple, her current position. She began the position in February 2012. Her main responsibilities are trafficking and managing iAd campaigns as well as performing daily analysis and optimizations.