Meet the Team: Cara Davis, Editorial Director

Meet the Team: Cara Davis, Editorial Director

cara daviscara davis content marketing specialistFull Cycle Marketing’s President Kyle Chowning calls Cara “the queen of words.” From sales copy to writing books, her 20 years of experience make her our secret weapon and our clients’ best friend.

Before joining FCM as Editorial Director in March 2015, Cara served as a journalist, editor and marketing copywriter for dozens of brands including Zondervan, World Assemblies of God Fellowship, Halogen TV, GLO Bible, Card Avenue, Help-Portrait and more.

She and Kyle were part of the launch team for RELEVANT magazine, where she served as Editorial Director and helped develop every new product and manage publications for nearly six years.

Cara is a Certified Content Marketing Specialist and has a degree in journalism from Belmont University. She lives in East Nashville with her husband and two daughters.

Here’s a little more about Cara.

What does your job title actually mean in terms of what you do each day?

I oversee the development of content for Full Cycle Marketing and our clients. Some days that looking like putting plans and outlines together for content. Other days it’s writing endless emails. Still other days it’s writing questionnaires like this one. *wink*

Essential tools:

  • Google Calendar
  • Slack
  • Sonos
  • La Croix
  • EnneaThought for the Day from

Objects & places that inspire you:

  • The golden hour
  • Coffeeshops
  • Live music

Last Kickstarter project you funded:

The Last Kickstarter Project I funded was the Goodnewspaper by Branden Harvey. His innovative work and approach to journalism inspires me.

Something nice about a co-worker or about working for FCM:

I love everyone on the team. Kyle has been integral to my professional and personal development over the past 20 years. Taylor is a blast to collaborate and work with. He has so much ability and drive. Liz grounds us and adds warmth to the office culture. And I live for the approval of Abigail, which is just as unhealthy as it sounds.

Cara Davis

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