Katie Lindbloom
Senior Director of Marketing & Communications

Katie Lindbloom

Katie Lindbloom

Senior Director of Marketing & Communications

17 State Street, 8th floor
New York, NY 10004

(646) 650-5570


katie.lindbloom@andiamogo.com


“Nothing is impossible. The word itself says ‘I’m possible’” - Audrey Hepburn

I find great joy in helping people.  Over the past 15 years, I’ve been able to work for both large and small organizations helping people find meaningful careers. I’m very analytical by nature, so I love to dissect complex problems and strategize a plan to get to an end goal. Marketing has been a perfect outlet for me to consistently challenge myself.  The marketplace, technology and people are always changing, and I continue to evolve my skills and strategies.

In Andiamo, I was fortunate enough to find a company with an equal passion for helping people and organizations thrive.  The people I get to work with everyday are genuine and nice.  This bleeds over to my personal life where our family motto is “be kind” which allows me to be my authentic self.

I was born in raised in Wisconsin but recently moved to Florida with my husband Rob and our 5 daughters: Olivia, Isabella, Alexandria, Victoria and Georgiana.  We love the sun and Disney!


Academic Background:

 

Marquette University, B.A. Communications


Interests:

 

On Friday nights our family is either having a dance party or movie night.  We also love theme parks, Disney is our favorite, but Universal is now a close second. Sundays are for family dinners.


Share 3 fun facts about yourself.

 

I have 5 siblings that I talk to almost every day.
In college, I worked in a factory making office cubicles.
I told my husband I would marry him before I met him in person (we’ve now been married for almost 20 years).

 


What’s your favorite movie or TV show?

 

I love movies so I’m going to list my top 2 (but I hold my right to change this at a moments notice): Christmas Vacation and Gone with the Wind.


What’s the greatest bit of advice a parent or mentor has given you?

 

My grandma was the best listener.  I would always go to her with my problems and she’d always say “that’s not so serious – we can fix that”. To this day, I think of the solution vs. dwell on the problem.

 


What did you want to be when you were 5?

 

I wanted to be a helicopter.  At that age, I didn’t fully get the concept of the pilot, but I knew the helicopter could get me to where I wanted to go quickly and I wouldn’t have to sit in the car for so long.

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