Meet Emily, Our Newest Social Media Intern

Say “hi” to Emily, Random Agency’s new Social Media Marketing Intern! We can’t wait to get to know her…and what better way to do that than a Q & A?

It’s Emily!

First, the obvious question: Why did you choose Random Agency?

I was excited that Random Agency is woman-owned and I was intrigued by the well-organized application process and clever voice present through all their copy. Totally piqued my interest!

Tell us three cool things about yourself.

  1. I love to write poetry and used to bind my own chapbooks!
  2. I know a lot of animal facts and love, love, love animals—reptiles and amphibians included!
  3. I’m really handy and pretty good at fixing things!

Favorite TV show?

Right now, it’s What We Do in the Shadows or Never Have I Ever.

If money was no object, where would you go and what would you do?

I would spend two months eating everything in Japan—I’d spend weeks in Tokyo, then take the train all around the archipelago and try regional food, go to temples, sit in a hot spring and never come out…

What’s in your refrigerator right now?

Four different kinds of kimchi and a peach-ginger icebox cake.

If you could have a superpower, what would it be?

I would definitely want to be psychic.

What’s your favorite childhood memory?

I used to stuff my little brother into the linen closet in the hallway and pretend he was a chicken—I was the farmer, and I’d come let him out and feed him…he totally loved it. We played a lot of games like that!

Name one thing you wish you could do better.

I really wish I could play guitar better. I learned through the pandemic!

Which three things would you take to a desert island?

A lifetime supply of sunscreen, a biiiiig book, and a hatchet.

What is the last book you read?

I just finished Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro—I think he’s wonderful.

What is your favorite account to follow on Instagram?

Honestly? My friend Juliet. She puts out colorful, joyful, honest content about plants, body-positivity, recently her solo-trip to Mexico…I’ve always looked up to her, and I still do. She inspires me!