My road in life has taken me all over.
Was a "band geek" growing up - participated in every music program, & served as lead chair / mentor.
Pursued private flute lessons / programs to prep for a career as a performance flutist.
Majored in Psychology based on my interest in an AP class I took my senior year of high school.
Senior year joined a faculty research project in Psychology, while pursuing an internship in HR.
Realized neither was a good fit post-graduation.
Joined the Student Conservation Association & did a year of service work to broaden my experiences.
Ran a farmers market, amongst other projects, and realized I loved project management.
Networked with friends and family to find an opportunity that fit my interests and experiences.


Implementation Specialist

I help colleges build marketing campaigns and solutions to support their recruitment initiatives.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Building Things

Day to Day

I get to collaborate with over 100 unique colleges and universities across the country, on everything from online marketing campaigns, to best practices for setting up their online applications and communication plans. A great day for me is getting to teach a client something new about the application system they are using, and then being able to facilitate a conversation between our creative team and a client regarding their custom website design.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for college students

I would say College, not specifically for a degree, but for the exposure to so many different life experiences: from time management with classwork, to making decisions both academically and socially, to meeting and interacting with people from all different backgrounds. These experiences have been invaluable to the project work I'm doing now.

Recommended Education

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


The Noise I Shed

From Myself:

"You're not focusing on a degree or building skills to support a specific career (lawyer / doctor / teacher) like everyone else, so you must be doing something wrong. How will you ever be successful?"