/ˌtirəmēˈso͞ o,-ˈmēso͞ o/
Italian tiramisù, equivalent to tira pick + mi me + sù up
When I was in college. I used to order from a little Italian spot called Vito’s a few blocks from my dorm. I would get a slice of pizza, cheese fries with bacon, and tiramisu. I usually wouldn’t be able to finish everything, so I’d save the tiramisu for the morning.
Tiramisu For Breakfast started as a beauty blog - a fun break from my job on the social media team at Capital One. Before that job, I worked in advertising at The Martin Agency. I’d always wanted to work in beauty, but didn’t get that opportunity with any of my clients up to that point.
Eventually, Tiramisu For Breakfast grew into it’s own company, combining marketing and advertising experience with a passion for beauty and creativity and giving back.
We bring our experience in different fields - advertising, marketing, public relations, blogging, and show our clients how to put those skills to use.
We lift clients up to make them feel confident with their content strategy - teaching them techniques for the long run, not just for now.
words we live by
“I quote others only in order the better to express myself.”
― Michel de Montaigne
get to know us
Chatting with Kelli Lemon of Coffee with Strangers
a peek into the journey
I started my career at The Martin Agency after. I often say that I should have paid them for my time there because of how much I learned. I LOVED working on Cool Whip
With encouragement from my friend and coworker friend Liz of I Heart Vegetables and Virginia Bloggers, I started Tiramisu For Breakfast as a beauty/fashion blog (you can see my very first post here)
2017 was a big year for TFB. Style Weekly named me one of the top 40 in their cover story.
Here's my official bio: Christina Dick is the founder of TFB Agency, a social media-focused marketing and PR strategic consulting firm with a client list including McDonalds, Scottish Salmon Company, Patient First, and the VCU Brandcenter. Christina was named by Style Weekly as one of Richmond’s Top 40 Under 40 recipients for the class for 2017 and VCU Alumni’s 10 Under 10.
Christina began her career in advertising as a broadcast media buyer at The Martin Agency, and has worked at Capital One, Big River and Aquent, marketing for brands including GEICO, Cool Whip, Walmart, Virginia Lottery, sweetFrog, and The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
An VCU’s Robertson School of Media and Culture as an adjunct professor of advertising and served as president of the Advertising Club of Richmond, the former president of the Richmond Ad Club and associate board member for Richmond CenterStage served on the board of the Public Relations Society of America’s Richmond Chapter, Wine, Women & Shoes committee to benefit Bon Secours Forensic Nursing and the junior board of Celebrate RVA.