Ms. Gail L. Yosh

Instructional Specialist | Information Management and Business Analytics | Feliciano School of Business
Location: 461 , Building 1
Telephone: 973-655-3768
Fax: 973-860-2224
Email: yoshg@montclair.edu

Biography

Gail Yosh is the founder and president of Quanta Communications, LLC, a consulting company that provides marketing communications and organizational productivity support to small businesses and individuals. Gail has more than 20 years experience in marketing, corporate communications, and event marketing for FORTUNE 500 companies such as Cendant Corporation and Medco (Express Scripts).

Expertise

Internal & External Corporate Communications, Marketing Communications, Career Communications, Personal Branding, Presentation Skills, Networking, Business Writing

Education

  • Other, Marketing, 2023, Pace University, New York, New York
  • MBA, International Business, 2002, Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, NJ
  • BS, Business Administration, 1995, Montclair State University, Upper Montclair

Professional Experience

  • President, Quanta Communications, LLC. (January 2004 - April 2011).

Consulting

  • Other, iKandi Images, LLC, Chester, NJ. (August 2017 - October 2017). Assist photography and even design studio with their rebranding and marketing communication efforts. Create new website communications structure and write website text. Worked closely with the owner to establish a plan for expanding her business segments. 100 hours
  • Technical/Professional Work, The GenWealth Group, Maplewood, NJ. (April 2010 - December 2011). I provided project management and writing support to develop the company's corporate brochure.
  • Technical/Professional Work, Medco (Express Scripts), NNJ. (April 2004 - April 2009). I have developed promotional materials for numerous products, services and events and have authored, edited and produced corporate brochures, newsletters, fact sheets, white papers and corporate value propositions.

Research

  • Working paper: Perfecting Imperfections: The Use of Sustainability Cues to Counter the Effects of Perceived Contamination From Superficial Packaging Damage