Tamisha is a Marketing professional with experience in the corporate, startup, and non-profit sector. She is passionate about great customer experiences and the emergence of tech in lifestyle management. With specialized skills in technology and business management as well as a global understanding of consumer behavior she is constant flux between creativity and analysis.
McQuilkin is a graduate of the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business with a major in Marketing. She also holds an MBA from Kaplan University, a leader in the online education space which has given her the knowledge on how to best manage virtual teams, meetings, and experiences.
She is currently the Audience Development Producer at General Assembly, facilitating workshops and events with industry professionals and organizations in the Atlanta area. Prior to, she was an entrepreneur in the e-commerce industry for 4 years and the co-founded of a non-profit organization, Women With a Vision Foundation, who supports women who have been victims of domestic violence and substance abuse in 2009.
In her free time, you can find Tamisha at local Atlanta restaurants, thrift stores or traveling the world seeking her next adventure.
Talk Like A Programmer
Students will learn basic tech terminology so that they no longer feel at a disadvantage when speaking with developers.
Transition to Tech: Land a Job in UX + Web Development
Join General Assembly for an Ask Us Anything session to learn how you can make a successful transition to tech.
Introduction to Xcode: How to Build Your First iOS App
Xcode can look discouraging at first glance. This workshop will teach you the basics of Xcode and offer you a good grasp on how to start building iOS Apps the right way.
Crack into Code: Web Development Dash-Hack Day