A former nonprofit communications manager, magazine editor and career/fashion blogger, I went freelance in 2011. Now I help clients from coast to coast with communications strategy, branding, layout and copywriting (among other tasks), contribute to online publications and type away at what I hope to be my first book. More about my professional work here.
I’m Texas-born, California-bred and New York City-educated, though I’m happy to call Miami my current home, since it combines my two favorite locales: city and beach. I’m convinced that I can make anything from scratch and often spend my weekends trying out new projects. I hate cooking and love eating, though I am no foodie (give me a McD’s Filet-o-Fish and fries anyday). I get giddy when I catch a typo in a magazine. I’ve had one boyfriend, who is now my husband (he’s a keeper). I love boots of all kinds, except Uggs. I can be painfully shy, but will talk to anyone to initiates a conversation with me. If you’re still reading, welcome to my blog!
About the blog
What you might find here: things I like, things I love, things I think, things I see, things I wish more people would be aware of. The New Professional column will explore career development, work life and freelancing. Other recurring themes will include media and advertising, communications and writing, consumerism, news responses and musings on adulthood.