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Patrick Warner

Marketing professional with more than 15 years experience

Teaches IMC 622 - Multicultural Marketing

Patrick Warner has worked in marketing since 2003, and has spent over seven years at The Nielsen Company, a global leader in market research. 

He is responsible for recruiting and managing multicultural families across the United States, to participate in the collection of data to accurately reflect consumers' media habits. In 2014 Warner received the Nielsen Audio Sales Representative of the Year award. Prior to his employment at The Nielsen Company, he worked at BP and T Rowe Price.

In 2003 Warner married his passion for sport marketing and creativity to launch former Amici 23, a prep football recruiting publication, which evaluated high school football talent. Amici 23 subscribers included recruiting coordinators from the Atlantic Coast Conference, Big East Conference and Ivy League. He was a regular guest on WNST 1570AM, a sports radio show located in Towson, Maryland.

Warner holds a Bachelor of Science in economics and Master of Science in integrated marketing communications from Eastern Michigan University. Warner also holds a certification from Cornell University in marketing strategy with a concentration in social and new media marketing, distribution strategy/international marketing and applied marketing.

Warner, a native of Mount Vernon, New York now resides with his wife and two children in Baltimore, Maryland, where he's active in the Radnor-Winston Improvement Association, an area on the National Register of Historic Places. As a member of the Radnor-Winston Improvement Association, he has served as block captain and treasurer. Warner also volunteers annually at Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary, an animal rescue service in Montgomery County, Maryland.

Warner is the proud father of daughter Arielle, a recent graduate of West Virginia University, who now holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in public health.

In his leisure time, Warner enjoys mountain bike riding, not only as a means to stay in shape but also as a way to see beautiful places.