I'M A WRITER AT HEART. BUT I LOVE USING MY BRAIN FOR BIGGER THINGS, TOO.
I majored in Communications at Hannibal LaGrange University where I mostly wrote about sports and music. After spending a short amount of time interning for a small magazine publisher in Nashville, I kicked off my career as a reporter in my hometown: Clinton, Illinois.
I realized pretty quickly that chasing down the criminals who escaped from our local prison and attending late night school board meetings really wasn’t in my future. I was fortunate enough to stumble my way into advertising and I haven’t looked back.
Today, I’m a marketing and creative strategist who thrives on finding solutions to problems. I’m a storyteller, a thinker, a brand advocate, and a person who’s driven by a love of developing meaningful ideas that lead to real results for your brand. I’m always working to develop clear, creative ideas that stand out amidst the clutter. I look for ways to capture your audience, keep them engaged, and leave them with something they’ll remember.
I’m also writing a memoir about how I became a roller derby girl. Yes, I’m little. Yes, I realize I don’t “look” like a derby girl. Yes, I’ve broken bones. Long story short, you’ll definitely want to read the book when it’s done. For now, check out my resume.