i am a Graduate Student. Based in Philadelphia, PA.
I worked in corporate communications for four years at DICK's Sporting Goods. Before that I worked in retail because I had my heart set on a fashion career. And before that I was a nuggar major at the University of Pittsburgh (I was also a history major for fun). If I sound like the main character of the next Lena Dunham series about a whimsical, liberal arts loving millennial, thatâs partially true. But Iâm also extremely career focused and on a mission to heart what I do.
So, in 2016, I decided to go to graduate school for marketing at St. Joseph's University. My goal (and lifeâs mission) is to work in the creative side of advertising. I'm currently searching for full-time positions based on my communications and project management background. My expected graduation date is August, 2018.
Creative nonfiction writing major at the University of Pittsburgh; communications content creator at DICK'S Sporting Goods; executive ghost writer at DICK'S Sporting Goods; fashion blogger; recently chosen to be an Elite Daily contributor.
Communications coordinator at DICK'S Sporting Goods; copy editor for daily corporate emails, daily in-store directives, and a monthly in-store publication.
Communications project manager at DICK'S Sporting Goods; trained in Franklin Covey project management techniques.
DICK'S Sporting Goods
This position gave me the confidence to lead. It also allowed me to fully flex my writing, editing, and communication skills.
DICK'S Sporting Goods
This was my first communications position. It helped me learn business professionalism and navigate a corporate structure.
This blogging opportunity allowed me to flex my writing skills and find my online voice.
In this management position, I honed my business acumen and discovered my love for merchandising which nurtured my creative spirit.
During this internship, I organized a book event at the University of Pittsburgh which gave me the confidence to see through my creative vision.
This was my first job after college. It helped me discover my eye for business and realize my entrepreneurial spirit.
P. +1 509 859 1377
5000 Woodbine Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19131
"For what it's worth: it's never too late to be whoever you want to be. I hope you live a life you're proud of, and if you find that you're not, I hope you have the strength to start over." F. Scott Fitzgerald