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As a lifelong learner, I am always looking for ways to better myself professionally. I keep myself personally accountable, ensuring that I am always giving correct information and following through with all work.
Candice Graves and her professional drive and passion for marketing makes her a great asset for SmartBox dentists. She has overseen major digital marketing projects and garnered a host of accolades during her career.
“I have had my hands in every avenue of marketing from web development to digital and print advertising, social media, graphic design, and more. I’ve done it from the ground up from both a micro- and macro-level view,” Candice said. “My comprehensive experience allows me to know how projects work from start to finish and how to achieve results that are needed to reach goals. This unique perspective will give our clients someone who truly understands what they want and need.”
Candice Graves holds a Bachelor of Science in business marketing and management from Indiana University Southeast. But her education did not end there. She is certified in Google AdWords, Fundraising Development, and Blackbaud. She also has completed Leadership Southern Indiana’s FOCUS classes.
“As a lifelong learner, I am always looking for ways to better myself professionally. I keep myself personally accountable, ensuring that I am always giving correct information and following through with all work,” Candice said. “I have a creative mindset that allows me to think of new and more effective ways to do things. I am a master of time blocking, confident, motivated, and decisive.”
Candice Graves has been nominated for multiple local business awards and was named in Business Source Magazine’s 2016 20 Under 40 list. When she’s not in the office, she is dedicated to serving her local community and nonprofits.
She served on committees with the Colon Cancer Prevention Project, Sellersburg Celebrates, and was involved in Indiana’s state bicentennial celebrations. She once ran every step of a marathon for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society – and raised over $4,000 in the process. Her most important professional titles include wife and mom.