Meet Danika!


March, 2019

Danika Hunt is the latest edition to the BadCat Digital team, and we are so lucky to have her! In addition to keeping us up-to-date on the latest comics and all things gaming, she is an incredible digital marketing associate. If you’ve come to visit us since she started in January, she’ll be the first friendly face that greets you at the front desk.

Where did you grow up?

I grew up in Ogden, Utah surrounded by the beautiful peaks of the Rocky Mountains.


Where did you attend school?

I attended Sartell High School. After high school, I attended the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, where I earned a bachelor’s degree in communication studies with a double minor in art and global studies. A couple years later, I attended St. Cloud State University, where I earned my master’s degree in mass communication.


What are some of your past employment experiences?

I worked as a marketing coordinator for Chartwells at St. Cloud State University. I was one of a couple graduate assistants who organized the 2015 Global Social Responsibility Conference through the Social Responsibility department at St. Cloud State University.


Who’s your favorite BadCat and why?

Ancient Egyptian cats because look at their posture! No, really, it’s because an entire culture worshipped them, and immortalized them in hieroglyphics and gold.


What’s your favorite book?

I don’t know if I can pick a favorite, but I have a few that greatly influenced my life, like the Harry Potter series, A Handmaid’s Tale, and 1984. They all helped me explore politics, human rights, and other ethical issues from a place that was reachable.


When you’re not at BadCat, what can you be found doing? 

Honestly, I am probably on my phone flipping through social media, catching up on pop culture news with a Mountain Dew or cup of tea by my side. Otherwise, I laze around with the newest issue of my favorite comic series (Rat Queens and Unnatural), or I am baking or cooking something delicious while playing my music too loud.



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