Haley Daniels is the Digital Advertising Specialist at antsle, Inc. antsle specializes in private cloud servers that allow developers and others to privately manage their data and information. In this position she mainly focuses on the brand’s presence in the online marketplace and analyzes marketing analytics for the company.
Haley’s passions include comedy, writing and creative design. She loves shows such as Conan O’Brien’s late night talk show Conan. Eventually, Haley would love to become a script writer for an animated comedy television show such as The Simpsons or South Park.
She recently went back to school for 10 months to earn her certificate in interactive media and graphic design. This program focused on learning several Adobe programs that assist with print design, multimedia, and web design. She has already completed the program, which helped expand her creative skills. The Print module consisted of focusing on Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. The Multimedia module was composed of projects using GarageBand, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Premiere Pro. Last but not least, the Web module consisted of focusing on Adobe Animate and Adobe Dreamweaver.
Born and raised in San Diego County, she has worked as the Ad Manager and as a Staff Writer for San Diego Mesa College’s student newspaper the Mesa Press. Her news article, “IN TENTS: Tents of Truth debunks the myths behind discrimination”, was the cover story of Spring 2014’s fifth issue. This piece along with some of her other Mesa Press articles, can be found here. It was here where she developed her writing skills and graduated with an Associate Degree for Transfer in Journalism.
After graduating from San Diego Mesa College in the spring of 2014, Haley transferred to San Diego State University where she majored in advertising. Haley enjoys advertising because she believes it combines creativity and logic into one place. Since she tends to have outlandish ideas but takes her career seriously at the same time, she feels that advertising is the perfect niche for her.She graduated from SDSU with her Bachelor’s degree in May 2016.
Since she was a junior at La Jolla High School, Haley has been working part-time in many different local industries. Even though some of these past work experiences weren’t glamorous or fun, she learned many skills and life lessons that she’ll never forget. To view her entire work experience you can visit her LinkedIn profile.
She has learned from her food service and retail experiences how customers evaluate products, and their thought process leading up to purchasing these products. She has realized that many times there is a lack of communication between corporations and their end customers. She believes that you should never underestimate the employees at these stores and restaurants because they can provide marketing and advertising insights that most are unaware of.