Anastasia Briggs

Digital Marketing Strategist

About Anastasia

As a Digital Marketing Strategist at Volume Nine, Anastasia is responsible for helping the team develop a strategy that creates measurable results for clients. On a day-to-day basis, you’ll find Anastasia communicating with clients, streamlining projects, and implementing personalized strategies for clients. 

Prior to joining V9, Anastasia ran her own agency, where she worked with some large fashion and CPG brands. For over 6 years, she’s been creating and implementing digital marketing strategies that help companies get the results they want.

Anastasia also believes the power of digital marketing lies in its ability to make the masses “feel” with content and engagement. She also knows that marketing is in a state of constant change, but says that the constant is the customer and how brands make them feel about their products or services. And she lives to create those experiences through marketing. Social media, experimental marketing, content, email marketing, and branding — we appreciate how she’s constantly elevating the V9 team with her interests and extensive experience in these areas.

Anastasia takes a very personal approach to account management and strives to get to know clients on a personal level. As a potential or current client, you’ll recognize the human touch she brings to everything she does!

Just for Fun

Out of all of her accomplishments, Anastasia says the thing she is most proud of are the rewards she’s earned by taking risks. From tripling traffic to websites with new, engaging content to saying “yes” to a Grand Teton backpacking trip that changed her life, rarely has she ever regretted taking a chance.

When she’s not at the office, Anastasia is either hiking in the Rockies or playing frisbee with her dog, Galileo. She might also be making a mess in the kitchen conjuring up her own version of something Gordon Ramsay made, belting out Broadway tunes, spending time with her family, or traveling the world. 

Random Facts

What is your favorite line from a poem or song?
“And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.” -Lennon/McCartney

What are you reading right now? 
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues by Tom Robbins (for the 8th time)

What is your favorite way to spend a weekend? 
Sea level at the beach or above 14,000 ft., with a  few exceptions in between.