Joy Medellin

Social Media Manager
Life in social media happens quickly and even quicker for a content specialist. For Joy, that is a reminder to act fast, have fun and keep up with the ever-changing field of social media.

Every day Joy approaches content creation with a smile and a sense of humor, allowing her to produce effortless work for her clients.

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Would you rather have 6 puppies or a 3-legged cat?

Favorite villain?
Cruella De Vil, because she’s fabulous.

Would you rather be stuck in the Twilight Zone or Bermuda Triangle?
Bermuda Triangle! If I’m going to be stuck, I may as well have a good tan.

Favorite drink?
Vanilla Coke Zero is bae.

Celebrity crush?
Jessica Day, I think we would be BFF’s.

Public Broadcasts

Joy's Blog Posts

The 2016 Social Media Strategies Summit

- September 02, 2016

Recently, I had the pleasure of attending the 2016 Social Media Strategies Summit in Dallas. While there, I met fellow social media marketers, learned from leading global brands’ social media managers and assisted HCK2’s Director of Social Media, Ingrid Kibler, in leading a workshop. The conference was a wonderful mix of small business Social Media Managers, Fortune 500 Chief Story Tellers and independent individuals wanting to broaden their social media knowledge. With such a diverse group, there was plenty to learn from every angle of the industry.

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A Night with the Dallas Roughnecks

- May 13, 2016

HCK2 recently participated in an agency-wide event to support the new Dallas professional ultimate disc team and HCK2 client, the Dallas Roughnecks. The atmosphere was electric as people of all ages filled the bleachers and surrounding hillside to watch the Roughnecks take on their rivals, the Austin Sol.

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Favorite Quote

"A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” -Sir Winston Churchill