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Tahlor DiCicco

Field Marketing Manager
Acquia, Inc.

I am responsible for Field Marketing in North America in the commercial space. I work with our enterprise sales team to drive pipeline, awareness and adoption of Acquia through different types of marketing tactics. This includes marketing campaigns, industry specific messaging, regionally focused programs, end-of-the-funnel acceleration events, and our Digital Transformation Tour roadshow. Prior to managing and developing our Field Marketing practice in North America, I was a member of our Corporate Events Team. Prior to Acquia, I was the Event Coordinator at the Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC), a non-profit tech trade association that supports the greater Massachusetts region by accelerating innovation and connecting people across the technology landscape.

Recent blog posts

Posted on Friday, January 9, 2015 - 13:00
Last night, I was sitting on my couch checking up on email and saw this: Helping organizations to be successful with digital transformation is the core of what I work on everyday. Last night, I was able to experience the full lifecycle of an Acquia More...
Posted on Friday, May 3, 2013 - 16:11
Can you believe that DrupalCon is less than a month away? I certainly can't! This year, DrupalCon is taking over Portland, Oregon, the home of the Drupal Association, our west-coast office, as well as a burgeoning open source community.  For those More...
Posted on Wednesday, March 20, 2013 - 18:27
The average travel time to get from Boston to Austin is about four hours. Throw in two feet of snow, and thousands of people trying to get to one destination and it could take a little bit longer. Like fourteen hours. That was the travel time for More...
Posted on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 14:39
SXSW is only days away and the Acquia Team is counting down the minutes until we get to Austin. For those not familiar with SXSW (South by Southwest), it is a set of film, interactive, gaming and music festivals and conferences that takes over the More...