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Welcome to The Link

MarketStar’s careers and culture blog! In The Link we cover career trends and topics related specifically to MarketStar and our amazing team. All posts are written by MarketStar leaders, subject matter experts, and passionate employees who are excited about our company and their own careers. Thanks for joining us!

Recent Posts by Danette Pulley, Executive Director of the MarketStar Foundation

Danette Pulley is passionate about connecting people to people for powerful impact. With 20+ years of experience in marketing, program management, and championing community, Pulley has an innate ability to think big on creative strategy, organize collaborative concepts, and turn ideas into action by amplifying team members and volunteers. She has successfully managed large high-tech industry programs and events, non-profit activities, local political campaigns, community sports complex development, and, most importantly, the daily whole life building of her two daughters. She loves to lose herself on the mountain trails above her home, exploring National Parks, or by a campfire with her family.

How MarketStar’s Pack the Pantry became a collaborative effort to combat food insecurity

MarketStar is strengthening communities by transforming a long-standing food drive, Pack the Pantry, into a sustainable program that will provide support for the MarketStar Growth Pantry. The pantry is an Ogden School District-wide student and family tool to support the newly established Community School Student & Family Resource Center. This resource center is the result of MarketStar assembling community partners to mobilize a large-scale student food assistance program.

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Belonging to Something Bigger

One of our summer adventures took us to see nature’s skyscrapers in Sequoia National Park. At 2,100 years old, General Sherman stands as the largest living tree on earth. In a grove of giants, it stands 275 feet tall with a 102-foot ground circumference. The awe and magnitude of Sequoia’s beauty tranquilized the hundreds of park guests as we respectfully explored the forest. 

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