Bella Talks About the Roll
Creativity Plays In Her Life & Answers
Questions from Friends & Co-workers

 

Introducing Bella, our marketing girl

Bella Humphries, Marketing and Business Development, Juern Technology

 

Isabella Humphries (or Bella for short) comes from a strong advertising and marketing background. In 2008, after serving active duty in the military, she started her communications career in the California gaming industry as advertising coordinator for a Palm Springs resort and casino. Since relocating to Texas in 2012, Bella has grown tremendously in her professional roles and her skills have expanded to include graphic design, photography and creative direction. You might say she’s a modern renaissance woman. Bella believes in the continual edification of the mind and is always trying to pick up a new and exciting skill to challenge herself with, this year she has her sights set on learning 3D animation.

Bella has poured her motivated & tenacious attitude into our marketing.

“Somewhere between drawing classmates’ portraits on request during third period French and creating brand identities for different companies, I became much more than just an artist.
I’m here to create and to be creative in everything I do. I’m passionate about adding value to the lives of people who live in my community through my professional efforts.” - Bella

7 Questions for Bella
from Her Friends & Co-workers

 

The last time I saw you was at the Spurs Game. If you could be any basketball player in the world, who would it be? 

Kawhi. Obviously.

 

Have you always known you wanted to work in the advertising and marketing field?

Nothing is for certain but as a little girl, I knew this beyond doubt: I create beautifully.

And now, as a woman, I know something more: I desire to live a life of service.

I never dreamed of working in the advertising and marketing industry but as it would seem, I have landed in the perfect role, entirely by accident.

 

You’re always learning new skills, do you ever give up if it’s too hard?

Never. I make mistakes and I make more mistakes. That’s how you learn, mistakes are valuable and help you discover your strengths. Learning to forgive yourself for mistakes and moving on, helps you relinquish fear.

 

What are 3 important things to remember about marketing your business?

You have to have empathy, you need to know your customer (and the role your product plays in their life) and you must be consistent.

 

What are your favorite shows to binge on?

The Office, Bob’s Burgers, Rick and Morty, Bob Ross, Game of Thrones, That 70's Show and Friends

 

What is your best general advice?

Don’t give advice. Seek to understand, then to be understood.

 

What is your motto?

Breath.