Over the past twenty-three years, I have lived in five cities along the East Coast: Raleigh, Pittsburgh, Augusta, Knoxville, and most recently, Nashville. The quick and abrupt transition from state-to-state has cultivated my finesse for adapting easily to situations.
I began writing at an early age, and I have always had a natural ease with my ability to communicate. I feel being able to intelligibly articulate your thoughts is an invaluable skill. As a current marketing communications specialist, I work to create clear messages in the hopes of engaging a niche community of current and potential consumers.
I am a hard-working, driven, and understanding individual. This has been proven by my scholastic achievements, community service projects, and leadership positions as a University of Tennessee student. My greatest lessons came from serving as president of my sorority. I think most people can appreciate the challenges involved in managing 165 women age 18 to 22. I could, and probably should, write a book outlining the many unique challenges a sorority president faces, but the experience well-prepared me for practical application in business.
I enjoyed all of my organizational experiences at UT, as well as my time as a student in the College of Communication and Information. Through my journalism/electronic media and political science majors, I was able to refine my writing, editing, and speaking skills. I graduated in the May of 2011 Summa Cum Laude from the university and with honors from the School of Journalism.