Aassia Haq

Aassia Haq

Vice President, Talent Marketing

I could not be more excited to return to MBO Partners to help extend the rich benefits of the company’s enterprise-grade platform to solo self-employed professionals seeking a competitive advantage in the talent marketplace  

Aassia Haq rejoined MBO Partners in 2020 as Vice President, Talent Marketing.

Most recently, Haq served as Founder and CEO of the mobile-first content marketing platform Guidrr, Inc., which helps connect self-employed influencers and online creators with brands in need of their content and social expertise.

Before this, Haq served as Chief Marketing Officer at MBO Partners, helping to position MBO as a thought leader in the future of work sector. While there, she helped champion and launch the State of Independence in America – a bellwether research report now in its tenth year of publishing.

Prior to her tenure at MBO, Haq served as Founder and CEO of startup ALUMRISE, Inc. - a proprietary technology platform that helped Fortune 100 companies launch cloud-based private alumni talent pools, for compliant rehire for project-based needs.

Early in her career, Haq spent nearly a decade in roles of increasing responsibility at divisions of PepsiCo, Inc, including Quaker Oats, Pepsi-Cola North America and Frito Lay North America – serving in brand management, corporate communications and public affairs roles. While there, she was a recipient of multiple company awards for breakthrough products and initiatives.

Haq is a well-known and internationally recognized public speaker who often is invited to industry events to share the data and story of the self-employed worker and solopreneur -- a critical but less understood rung of the global workforce. Topics of expertise for Haq include the future of work; coworking; solopreneurs; and influencer marketing.

Haq graduated from Dartmouth College, in Hanover, New Hampshire with a bachelor’s degree in government, Magna cum Laude. She and her family reside in Dallas, Texas where she has served as a board member in the Asian American arts, culture and civic engagement space.