I graduated from the University of Michigan in 2014 with a major in English, a thesis on Kanye West's and Eminem's rap lyrics in my back pocket, and a magazine called Glimpse that I had kickstarted and managed for a year. That year, I ended up in London, working at an early-stage startup doing everything from marketing to copywriting to recruiting to design, etc.
Then, I moved to Palm Springs, California, where I worked for a newspaper, dabbling in code, writing concert reviews, and leading aspects of our newsroom's digital content strategy. I followed my love for summer camp to New England as the Assistant Director of Camper Development for Fleur de Lis Camp, where I was lucky enough to manage recruitment, retention, and most of the camp's marketing, mainly on digital platforms.
Now, I work at Velir, a digital agency in Boston, where I lead projects building data visualizations, messaging strategies, and website redesigns.