Tracy delights in the privilege to be able talk about things she is passionate about, and deeply appreciates exchanging viewpoints during interviews with interesting people everyday on podcasts she co-hosts (Product Launch Hazzards, WTFFF?! 3D Printing) with her hursband and business partner, Tom.
On top of being at the height of her career, she is mom to three girls, and is a voracious reader with a current all-time record of finishing 300 books in one year.
He believes that the goal of any product, service, marketing or business launch is to make “it” sell itself, that is why he often talks about streamlining business processes to keep marketing expenses at a minimum. Tom loves being in podcasting because he gets to meet people from many varied industries, and because he gets to broaden his perspective from all the widely different areas of interests he encounters at work.
Tom loves to work on his 1972 Volks Wagen Karmann Ghia, a car that was handed down to him by his Grandmother.
She enjoys seeing all the different podcasts we have in our roster, taking each unique discussion she can access as a learning opportunity. A jolly worker, Alexandra takes pleasure in making things easier for our clients and helping their respective brands grow through our specialized, done for you podcasting services.
Equipped with a culinary school background, Alexandra even became an assistant pastry chef at a bakery before working full-time at Brandcasters. Her favorite thing to make is banana creme pie, and she bakes all of her immediate family’s birthday cakes!
She started as a transcriber for Brandcasters, and quickly proved to the whole team that she can tower over any challenge thrown her way as she climbed up the ladder to her current position.
Now, Gell manages multiple teams, overseeing tasks from one spectrum to the other with her sharp eye for detail. Gell has six dogs, loves reading for leisure, and she thinks it’s awesome to be working in the podcasting industry because it is never boring or never repetitive. “You learn a little of everything. There’s always something new to discover each day,” Gell says.