Mariah Curtis is a graduate of the Jay S. Sidhu School of Business and Leadership at Wilkes University. She earned a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and a minor in Management. During her time at Wilkes, Mariah was recognized as part of the University’s annual Academic Achievement Award for Marketing within her graduating class. Mariah was also a Student Ambassador and member of the Marketing Team for Wilkes-Barre Connect, and a co-host for the Wilkes-Barre Connect Podcast – Student Edition where she interviewed over two dozen young professionals, students, and entrepreneurs, including CEO Nicole Farber.
In 2019, Mariah was a featured speaker at the very first Wilkes-Barre Connect Conference on a panel titled “The Importance of Student Engagement.” She shared the panel with four other colleagues where they shared their unique experiences with student engagement and their involvement with the Connect program to local high school and college students.
Mariah has always had a passion for people, which helped spark her interest in her role as Talent Coordinator. Being able to connect with individuals within the community of NEPA, and discuss their passions and goals has given Mariah the drive to connect with prospective interns and professional talent that will go on to have a successful career within ENX2.
Prior to her Talent Coordinator role, Mariah was a social media assistant at ENX2, learning the ins and outs of the social media world. In addition to her career experience within ENX2, Mariah has also interned with several local small businesses and has done research on social media during her time at Wilkes University. She has presented at various conferences on research that included topics on social media, raw idea, social commerce, innovation, and sustainability, where she has won multiple undergraduate awards.
Outside of working at ENX2, you can find Mariah spending time with her niece and nephew, trying out local pizza places, planning trips to states she’s never been too, and catching a Philadelphia Eagles game with her mom. Go Birds!