ABOUT US

Hello, and welcome to SEA Level Social!

I’m Liz Roesel and I’m so thankful that you stopped by to visit us. Truly – thank you!

I’ve worked with school nutrition departments since 2011 and quite honestly, could not imagine serving a more dynamic, passionate and supportive group of individuals. I previously worked with k-12 technology vendors and am very excited to serve school nutrition professionals through SEA Level Social. Here, I am able to merge two things I am most passionate about – marketing and school nutrition.

You’ll find that we at SEA Level Social absolutely love shining a spotlight on you and your program. My most favorite projects have been ones where I could share school nutrition success stories to inspire and educate others. If you’ve listened to one of the two school nutrition podcasts I hosted or you attended a webinar or School Nutrition Association education session I taught, you’ll find this to be true. So if you have a story to share, please – let me know! Together, let’s share all of the good that school nutrition programs are doing across the country.

I hope you find our site to be filled with useful resources to market your programs, because everyone (and I mean everyone!) should know what “lunchladies” do everyday to serve our students. Let us help you share the innovative ways you’re battling food insecurity, childhood obesity and all-around making children happier and setting them up for success. Because you’re more than “lunchladies,” you’re school lunch (and breakfast and after school and supper program) heroes!

 

Hi, I’m Arianne, SEA Level Social’s Marketing Strategist.

I am a marketer who is passionate about creating a community on social media platforms. I have been nerding-out on marketing for over five years!

I believe in connecting with people through eye catching content, engaging captions and creating an online presence you and your district will be proud of.

Moving from a bustling city like Fort Lauderdale, FL to the rural mountains of North Carolina (where there were more cows than student) has equipped me with the ability to connect with people from all different lifestyles. After graduating high school, I moved to Raleigh, NC where I thought I would give the “city life” a shot. I didn’t stop there when exploring all of what North Carolina had to offer. I transferred to the University of North Carolina-Wilmington to pursue my passion in marketing. When many students were catching a wave on the North Carolina coast, I was networking with Wilmington’s young professionals and reading any marketing books I can get my hands on.

SEA Level Social is committed to combining the story-telling of marketing and the relationships that school nutrition experts have with their students. Let us celebrate your accomplishments and share your stories with your community!

Have a school nutrition story to share? Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and let me know – I’d love to feature your nutrition program on our pages!