My road in life took a while to figure out.
Thought I wanted to study Biology because it made my parents proud.
Decided to change my major to Music half way through college.
Took a chance with a friend and started an organization to help build opportunity for musicians.
Moved to Paris, France to continue development on my company.
Returned home for an internship to fully learn the technicalities of video editing.
Dedicated the next year to fully develop my company and turn it into a business.
Found an opportunity to work in Special Events for a fashion company.
Assumed multiple roles as the main blog contributor as well as plan fashion events for the company.


Marketing Manager

I manage the blogs and events at a clothing company.

Career Roadmap

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Accomplishing Goals

Day to Day

I answer a lot of emails pertaining to the PR side of Marketing and events. I write and schedule graphics for the blogs since we post at least two blogs about fashion, DIY tips and recipes a day. I also monitor the analytics of the sponsorships we work with, which is actually a lot more interesting than it sounds, I promise! It's so interesting to be able to see what it takes for a company to run and be successful. Everything I've learned working in Fashion will take me far within my career.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for college students

Pay attention to your intuition. Ask yourself what you want, not only from your career, but what you want out of your lifestyle. Your first step towards anything is holding onto your passion. That passion is what will take you far. Passion is what you will use to pull you through the really tough times. When you live your life passionately, you chose a very interesting life. In return, you chose a very difficult life. But as cliche as it sounds, that is definitely a life worth living.

Recommended Education

My career is not related to what I studied. I'd recommend this path instead:


The Noise I Shed

From Friends:

"You should grow up and get a real job."

Challenges I Overcame