Mandeville based PUSH Design Group Chief Executive Officer Cara Herrin is a creative marketing whiz and a New Orleans native. She studied at the University of New Orleans and is now devoted to marketing, helping her customers stand out from the rest through design, development, and more traditional methods.
Cara is also a wife and mother of three who is extremely involved in the community. She is associated with highly recognized organizations such as the American Women in Radio and Television, The Metairie Road Business Association, the American Marketing Association, and the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce.
What is the most exciting thing you are working on right now?
PUSH Design Group, provides local businesses with unique marketing solutions. Therefore, everyday brings an exciting new challenge for our team. We love to create successful marketing strategies and provide cost effective solutions. Whether we are working on a business logo, web design project, or even a television commercial we always have a new adventure waiting just around the corner.
If you wrote a regular column for Silicon Bayou News what would it be about and what would you name it?
Mocha Marketing – A cup a day inspires creativity!!
If you could win any award in the world, which would you be most proud to possess?
Wife & Mom of the year 🙂
If you were stuck on an elevator for two hours, what one person (dead or alive) would you choose to be stuck with?
Steve Jobs (who wouldn’t love to pick his brain?)
IYO, which institution is most due for disruption?
If you had to pick a drink to describe yourself (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) what would it be?
K & B’s Nectar Soda (a nola tradition).
Tell us about your biggest failure.
I think the term “biggest failure” is relative to the circumstances in which it is set. We are human. We all want to know a person’s “biggest” failure as well and the biggest success, too. However, I think the only time you truly fail is when you cannot or simply refuse to learn from your experiences, including the mistakes. I prefer to think that most experiences teach me something and I develop a clearer perspective.
What’s your favorite thing to do on a Sunday afternoon?
My favorite thing to do on a Sunday is relax with family and friends. Sitting down to a southern style family dinner with interesting conversation and a few laughs is the best way to unwind. Try it for yourself.
If you had to eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?
King Cake. YUM!
If you could live in any other time period, which would you choose?
I’m perfectly happy where I am right now!
What are you most excited about happening on the Silicon Bayou that you aren’t directly involved in?
I love the fact that local businesses are promoting the city’s unique culture. Way to go Fleurty Girl! Keep up the great work.
The standard superpower dichotomy:
Display my ideas in 3D!