About us Meet the Team: Today more about Lana, our rising marketing star
Some of you might have heard of her before: Lana Tran, the new intern, has a YouTube channel with over 190,000 followers. One of her videos even has over 15 million clicks. In this short article, you will find out what exactly the attractive teenager does at Valeriana and what defines her as a person.
At Valeriana, Lana will be able to be on both sides of the lens. As an intern in content creation & community work, she will be responsible for Valeriana's appearance to the outside world. Lana wants to put her main focus on marketing in social media. Because for Lana, Valeriana brings people together, and this can best be achieved on social media.
In the future, the 19-year-old also wants to be behind the camera, despite the enormous acting talent she carries within her. "Since I was a child, I have really wanted to be an actress, but today I realized that directors are much better at expressing their creativity, so I want that too."
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