New Staff Member Helps Marketing Efforts

Dr. Werkmeister’s North Hills office welcomes a new staff member, Stephanie Bigley. She joins our periodontal practice as the Office Relations Coordinator.

She will be taking on both administrative front desk tasks, as well as various marketing responsibilities around the Wexford and North Pittsburgh area. As the Marketing Specialist, she will be working with both other dental professionals and patients to make sure that everyone understands Dr. Werkmeister’s periodontal practice message: “Periodontics with a Caring Touch.”

Stephanie considers this message to be the most important part of her job, since Dr. Werkmeister and his staff want to ensure that people should never put off their periodontal care. Stephanie says, “I am extremely blessed to work for Dr. Werkmeister, and the way he truly cares for each and every patient has helped me to grow and learn quickly in the office.”

Marketing Background and a Love of Travel

Stephanie graduated from Robert Morris University’s Marketing program a year ago. RMU was her first and only choice for her education, and she loved her classes and professors.

“My Consumer Behavior class, taught by a successful business woman who I still look up to this day, was one of the many classes taken at RMU which solidified my decision to attend there. In this class, I was able to learn and observe what behavior shape buying patterns in my peers. It was practical information that I use at my job every day,” she explains.

She was a commuter student and stayed involved through various clubs on campus, including the College Republicans Club and the American Marketing Association RMU collegiate division.

Stephanie loves to travel. During every college break, she took the opportunity to travel with her father for his job. She’s been in, or through, every state in the continental United States. Her favorite places are the most secluded locations in Oregon and Washington, as well as Montana and Colorado.

If you call the office, and Stephanie answers, be sure to say hello!

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