Roz has an appreciation for written content & a childhood belief that commercials are the best part of television. This was a natural progression to the study of marketing and advertising… a melding of things she loves best; keeping very busy, talking with all kinds of people & creating things!
After completing her Diploma in Marketing Management from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2006, the world opened its doors to introduce Roz to Construction. She gained experience in business operations leading the administration of an industrial consulting company, before being introduced to the residential construction industry. The appeal of designer homes was becoming so popular in the media; it set the platform for creative communications and marketing in many mediums.
With a keen eye for detail and overwhelming urge for organization she is an asset to the workplace. Roz’s self-driven dedication to education has pushed her to continuously learn about the evolution of marketing engines and how to reach and resonate with people.
Design-Build set the foundation for Roz to understand the path people must travel to achieve building or renovating the house of their dreams. Her abilities to visualize and communicate have made Roz valuable to homeowners who are looking to start down that path; as her understanding in what these projects entail help to set a clear message and educate those looking for answers about the process.
After nearly eight years working with companies that design and build homes, she knows that the beautiful finished product of a well-designed space is what holds her creative energy. This realization brought her to work with Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
At SGDI, her skills in communication and relationships can extend past just the marketing message. Assisting clients in the process to start successfully down the path of having their dream home built, and supporting the team of enthusiastic creative professionals within the team who make it all possible.
“Marketing without design is lifeless,
and design without marketing is mute.” – Von Glitschka