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Jake Eiserman

Jake Eiserman

Jake Eiserman is March’s featured MACC employee. He is a Creative Services Designer on MACC’s Creative Services Team. Jake uses his design skills to create logos, brochures, flyers, advertisements, and websites for both MACC and many of our clients.

Q. When did you start at MACC?
A. May of 2019

Q. What’s your favorite part of your job?
A. I love projects where I have free rein to take things in a new direction. Examples include updating our clients’ older branding pieces or designing a new logo. My favorite projects are the ones that take me to uncharted creative territory and have me doing stuff I’ve never done before.

Q. Can you please tell us about your family
A. I come from a typical big, loud Nebraska family with lots of relatives and cousins. My parents raised my older brother and I here in the Omaha-metro area since we were little kids. My father is retired and my mother works from home most days to keep him company. My brother is a mechanical engineer and his wife is a children’s psychologist, whom are eagerly awaiting to become parents this summer. I just recently married the woman of my dreams this past September and she works for a real estate marketing company.

Q. What do you do for fun in your free time?
A. My hobbies consist of cooking, video games, hanging with friends, going to restaurants and bars I’ve never been to, playing Dungeons and Dragons, getting outside, camping, and traveling.

Q. If you could travel anywhere to spend a week on vacation, where would it be?
A. Sweden…I love mountains and the Nordic countries have always looked to be one step away from paradise.

Q. What’s the best career advice you’ve ever received?
A. Forgive your imperfections and embrace who you are. If you are undeniable, you will make it.

Q. What’s your favorite quote?
A. “You reap what you sow”

Q. The one person I’ve always wanted to meet?
A. Godzilla…I’ve been a huge fan since I was a kid.

Q. If you could add any food to the MACC vending machines, what would it be?
A. Crab rangoon


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