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Caroline Muggia is an associate product marketing manager at Oscar Health, the first insurance company built to make health care easy.  She previously worked as an editorial assistant at mindbodygreen, a lifestyle media brand dedicated to inspiring you to live your best life – mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and environmentally. A 2018 graduate of Middlebury College, Caroline majored in environmental studies with a concentration in psychology. Caroline became super interested in health and wellness while at college and she even served as the co-director of student health and wellness at Middlebury.  Caroline compares her work in the healthcare industry to the book, America’s Bitter Pill: Money, Politics, Backroom Deals, and the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System, which she recommends reading if you are interested in learning more about what’s happening in the healthcare industry.


  • Why internships are crucial- no matter what industry you want to work in!
  • What type of internships and entry level positions are available in the marketing and marketing adjacent industries
  • Why to explore an associate product manager rotational program at LinkedIn or Facebook, what it is and how they are helpful in learning about the product marketing business
  • Why working in insurance is not boring because it’s a disruptive industry 
  • Why having a background in data is extremely helpful in the product marketing field
  • How staying focused while a lot is going on all at once can help stay calm while working in this industry
  • Why majoring in marketing and data analytics is not necessary if you want to work in this industry
  • Why learning to be patient about her career was the best career advice she’s ever gotten 
  • If you want to learn more about what Caroline does as an associate product marketing manager and how she built her career tune in to T4C episode #328
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