google analytics separate from gmail

My client wants to share his google analytics stats with his marketing person.  But, it appears that giving her the login for analytics also allows her to view his email.  Is there a way to keep them separated?
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Lucas BishopClick TrackerCommented:
In Google Analytics, you need to go to the Admin section and add user permissions for the marketing person. All you need is the marketing person's email address and you can invite them to have access to the Analytics account.

Within GA:
Admin (top most menu item)
User Management (under Account/Property/etc)
Add permissions for:

You don't need to share personal login details at all.


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Kevin AdlerPresidentCommented:
Login to Google Analytics and on the top select Admin

On the left column choose user management. From there you can add a users email and choose the permissions level within analytics. This way they have their own login without giving your credentials away.
nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
Two similar suggestions.  Gave credit to first person who provided solution.  Will pass on to client.  Thanks all!
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