I’ve always been drawn to both science and art, as one might expect of the offspring of a rocket scientist and an interior designer. When the time came to decide which of these paths my career would follow, I chose to major in chemistry and forensic science. A few years into my major, I found my studies fascinating, but still felt the need to utilize my creative side. This led me to change my major to advertising and public relations, a field that allows me to employ both the analytical talents of my father, and the creative gifts of my mother.
The role I assume in the workplace is best summed up by the title of a 1978 hit song — “I’m Every Woman.”
I seamlessly adapt from project management and copywriting projects to graphic design concepts and execution. My solid educational foundation, along with both agency and in-house experience, aid me in providing my employers with exceptional client service, solution development for greatly varying goals and budgets, and cultivation and invaluable sustenance of client relationships.
Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to set up a meeting.