Stoneridge Partners | Tina Mackin, Director of Business Development
Tina has a background in writing and marketing for the financial and healthcare industries.
Tina Mackin joined Stoneridge Partners in June 2016 as Director of Business Development and works from our office in Louisville. Tina’s experience includes internal and external communication, marketing, public relations, graphic design and fine art. In addition, she has completed coursework in newsletters/publications, grant writing, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and a variety of social media platforms.
Most notably, Tina was National Accounts Marketing Administrator for Eaton Financial Corporation (EFC), an office and business equipment leasing company with a portfolio of more than $350 million. From the National Accounts division in Tampa, FL, she also served as EFC’s interim Director of Communications and as Communications Manager for the Transition Team during the company’s transition to AT&T Credit Corporation. Before she announced a move to Louisville, KY., Tina was promoted to Director of Communications for AT&T Credit Corporation.
Upon her move to Louisville, Tina worked as an Account Coordinator for a regional advertising agency; within a year, she left the agency to work for their largest healthcare client, Baptist Hospital East, as Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator. During her stint with Baptist East, Tina oversaw the transfer of publication production from manual to computer-aided design.
After Baptist Hospital East, Tina worked as a freelance writer and independent contractor for a variety of corporations, businesses, publications and non-profit organizations. Prior to joining Stoneridge Partners, Tina owned an art gallery and worked for The Meers Agency/Mobile Telemedical LLC, a developer of mobile applications and websites.
Her experience in fine art and visual communication has led to illustrations appearing in several local and regional print and web publications. She has also lent her writing and art skills to a variety of non-profit organizations throughout her life. Her pro-bono script for the Ronald McDonald House won the IABC Blood from a Turnip Award in 1995.
A graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin, Tina earned a B.S. in liberal arts with an emphasis in communication and business marketing.