GMarkU’s Career Center, led by Government Marketing veteran, Gail Bamford, empowers GMarkU students to develop appropriate job search skills with insightful resources to assist you in identifying, pursuing and achieving your career goals. Visit our Career Center often to find new job postings, tools and resources to help you with job interviews as well as insight on how you can grow in your marketing career with expert advice from senior government marketers.  

  • Job Bank: Bringing government marketing job seekers and potential employers together to help you find meaningful and rewarding employment opportunities
  • Resources: Insightful tools and resources to support you in your government marketing career journey

We encourage you to join our Mentor / Protégé Program as either an experienced and trusted advisor (Mentor) or if you are looking to be guided and supported by a Mentor to grow in your government marketing we encourage you to sign up as a Protégé​.

Employers: Contact us if you’re interested in having us post a job for your next government marketing superstar at [email protected]  

Senior Marketing Manager, Government Sector

Expanse

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Industry Marketing Manager, SLED

Pure Storage, Inc.

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Recruitment Marketing Specialist

Akima

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Marketing Manager – Federal

Veritas

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Product Marketing Manager, Public Sector

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Director of Digital Marketing, Public Sector

Amazon Web Services (AWS) 

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Career Center Director

Gail Bamford serves as Government Marketing University’s career center director and enjoys mentoring the up-and-coming generation of government marketers. She is a seasoned government marketing professional and has more than 30 years of experience working for leading IT companies such as IBM, SAP and SAS. She is currently working with immixGroup, a value-added distributor to the public sector, in marketing communications.

She earned an MBA at American University and is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, where she majored in business administration and Spanish. She credits her studies abroad in Ecuador, Colombia and Spain for shaping her views of the world.

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