[ tir-uh-mee-soo, ‐mee-soo ]
tiramisù, equivalent to tira pick + mi me + sù up
who we are
How you do anything is how you do everything. We believe that your communications approach should amplify the things your business is already doing well and be a reflection of your values and performance. Social media should be integrated into your overall business, marketing, advertising and customer service strategies.
We want to help you solve your tough problems through creativity, help you talk in your customers' language, and make the complicated, simple.
We strive to embody:
resilience & fearlessness
enthusiasm & joy
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.
Christina Dick is the founder of Tiramisu For Breakfast, a social media-focused marketing and PR strategic consulting firm.
She's worked with national brands McDonald's, GEICO, Kraft Brands, Walmart, and sweetFrog, as well as local Richmond startups KINIS Barefoot and The Tooth Brigade.
Christina began her career in advertising at The Martin Agency and worked at Capital One and Big River Advertising before launching Tiramisu For Breakfast Agency in 2016.
Christina was named by Richmond’s Style Weekly Magazine as one of Richmond’s Top 40 Under 40 recipients for the class for 2017 and VCU Alumni’s 10 Under 10.
She is an adjunct instructor at Virginia Commonwealth University's Robertson School of Media + Culture and VCU’s School of the Arts as well as the University of Richmond's Schoolof Continuing Studies.
She serves on the advisory board of the VCU Robertson School of Media & Culture and is the former president of the Advertising Club of Richmond.
words we live by
“I quote others only in order the better to express myself.” ― Michel de Montaigne