Tell us a little about your background
I’ve worked in public relations in a variety of industries including entertainment, non-profit and my favorite – technology. I find creating messaging in the technology industry exciting because there is a lot of room to be creative and introduce a new product that could revolutionize the way people live life. As public relations professionals, we have the opportunity to be at the forefront of cutting edge and disruptive technology.
I have experience in both agency and in-house positions, where I was able to learn about all the different aspects of PR. I’ve worked on social media at Hortonworks, pitched campaigns to Warner Bros., created messaging for Chick-fil-A and got to witness, first hand, my agency supporting Pepsi when they were under siege.
Why are you excited to support Liberty and our clients?
When I came to interview at Liberty Communications I knew right away that this was an agency I wanted to work at. Liberty demonstrates quality clients, quality work and quality team members. It’s important to me that I am able to work on accounts that I am passionate about and work with people who are also passionate about their work– at Liberty I get to fulfill both of those needs.
What are some of your hobbies?
Some of my favorite hobbies include listening to true-crime podcasts, finding new recipes online to test out on my family, hiking 6-mile trails, browsing farmers markets and scouting out the best Thai food in the Bay Area.
What was the last book you read/song you listened to?
I love memoirs because they are little snippets into someone’s life. The Glass Castle is the last book I read and it is a set of stories that depict the unorthodox childhood of author, Jeanette Walls. Currently, I am catching up on modern politics with Michael Wolff’s, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump Whitehouse.
The last song I listened to was Finesse (Remix) by Bruno Mars and Cardi B. I love that the two artists came together to collaborate on today’s RnB and gave it a ‘90s hip-hop twist.