Meet Molly Ness, a social media and content writer Intern at Melnaturel.
This bespectacled, blonde-haired beauty is a senior majoring in marketing at UW-Eau Claire. She is a native of Waunakee, Wisconsin, just north of Madison. Molly loves being a mom to her ADORABLE year-and-a-half-year-old son, Ryan, she enjoys going out for breakfast, lives on coffee and could spend the rest of her life eating dessert.
After graduation in May, Molly hopes to help a company with its branding and marketing. She also looks forward to focusing more on her photography business.
Since joining Melnaturel near its start, Molly has assisted with branding, writing content for social media posts and, perhaps most of all, photography. She said it’s been easy to stay motivated with her work because she believes wholeheartedly in what Melnaturel is all about.
“I love promoting and supporting something that’s good for you -- the natural products, the essential oils,” she said. “I like to know that I’m branding and marketing and selling a product that’s good for people and that is not harmful.”
The product she loves most is the Facial Serum. Molly said she noticed a difference right away, and not only did it feel good to put a combination of great oils on her face, it also helped in keeping her makeup looking fresh all day long.
Her experience at Melnaturel has also been inspiring, as she’s watched the small business grow larger. Molly said the best part was learning and growing -- not just from Mel, but alongside her as she started her new business and they experimented with best marketing and sales techniques.
“It was interesting to kind of learn what it takes to grow a business and watch it grow,” she said. “I’ve loved working with Mel because I’ve learned so much from her. She’s taught me a lot about myself and how I can grow.”
Although Molly is sad to be leaving Melnaturel in a few months, she is grateful for what the experience has given to her, professionally and personally.
“I’m very much a person who says everything happens for a reason,” she said. “And this has just worked out for the better.”