Carissa Ng


“Not all those who wander are lost.”
—J.R.R Tolken

Carissa has been falling in love with complex business problems over the last five years as a strategic communicator. Calculated strategy and well-laid out plans is her game. She excels at managing the demands of the quickly evolving digital strategist role and thrives under pressure.

If there’s something she loves more than performing qualitative and quantitative user research, it’s creating useful content. She was even offered a content strategist internship at Facebook.

Working with several clients in various industries, ranging from post secondary institutions to health innovation companies, her diverse background allows her to step in several roles from business analysis to digital strategy.

Her enthusiasm for keeping the user’s experience at the top of mind and breathing life into creative ideas, paired with her user-centered approach, make her a great fit at Top Draw.

Education: Public Relations Diploma – University of Victoria, Bachelor of Arts in Professional Communication- Royal Roads University 

Community Involvement: IABC – Blog Contributor, IABC – Mentor, Alberta Caregivers Association – Communications Advisor & Committee Member

From the Blog

Google Partner B2B Marketing Event Highlights

Diarmid Thomson, Head of Industry and Helen Edwards, B2B Google Account Manager shared best practices, tools, and strategies to leverage smarter digital advertising efforts at our Google Partner Event on September 20th.  Here are the main highlights from the event: The majority of decision makers will be millennials & Gen Z by 2020 B2B customers […]

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How To Solve Your Biggest Problems With a Journey Map

  At the heart of every business is its customers. When businesses align their entire organization around its customers, they’re able to create exceptional and delightful experiences. As new technologies become more prevalent in customers’ day-to-day lives, interactions now also occur in more channels and platforms. This increases not only the opportunities, but also the […]

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