UA AdFair 2018


Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 5:30-7:30 pm
Berger Auditorium and Estes Atrium, McClelland Hall • 1130 E Helen Street
The University of Arizona • Tucson, Arizona • Eller College of Management
Department of Marketing • AdTEAM and National Student Advertising Competition

New York City, New York
Allison is a positive and enthusiastic entertainment professional. She
graduated from The University of Arizona in 2015 as the Outstanding Senior
of the Film & Television Program. She was accepted into the NBCUniversal
Page Program in New York and worked on assignment with TODAY, The Rio
Olympics, and Focus Features. She has continued her career with
NBCUniversal in Digital Enterprises as a Strategic Integration Coordinator.
She recently became a Registered Yoga Teacher and spends most of her
free time consuming food-related content.

RAD Development and Bentley Lane Investments
Phoenix, Arizona
Ryan Jacobs is founder and CEO of RAD Development and Bentley Lane
Investments. He is passionate about making business better and has helped
hundreds of entrepreneurs and businesses disrupt industries, build
efficiency in operations, and transform the way they work. At the heart of
what he does is a desire to help others find the time to focus on doing the
things they love. He started his first business when he was 23, and along
the entrepreneurial journey, he developed a passion for technology,
efficiency, and making business easier. Ryan has been fortunate to meet
amazing people and absorb diverse perspectives in different industries and
businesses ranging from healthcare, construction, staffing, manufacturing
and technology. He was born and raised in Arizona, graduated from the
University of Arizona in 2011 and was the student director of the National
Student Advertising Competition Team (AdTEAM) with a degree in
marketing and currently reside in Scottsdale, Arizona with his wife and a
son on the way.

Lehi, Utah
Josh Souter is a creative director at Adobe where he leads
content and web design for Adobe’s enterprise business.
He’s also an excellent liar. One of these things is a lie.
1. Josh once lived alone in a tent for four months on the banks of the Snake River.
2. His great-uncle invented television.
3. He’s created content for some of the world’s largest brands.
Samsung, Microsoft, GM, Adobe, Crocs, Travelocity,
Nationwide Insurance, the Travelocity Gnome, etc.
4. He has four children. One of whom is named after a seedy bar in Star Wars.
And another who’s named for someone famous for almost chopping a baby in two.
5. Josh competed in American Ninja Warrior last year. With his six siblings.