Harriet the Spy was my hero growing up. Like Harriet, I’ve always had my notebook within arm’s reach and an obsession with capturing moments, ideas and dialogue. My notebook and library card were the most formative tools in the creation of who I am today: a thoughtful, open-minded and observant person with a deep love of the written word. These qualities help me capture brand stories, write compelling copy, develop laser-focused pitches and add a persuasive, human touch to campaigns supporting my clients' products and services.
In my career, I’ve had the opportunity to channel my love of reading, writing and strategy into producing content and communications plans. I know how to flex my writing skills under the heat of a deadline, staying on brand and on schedule.
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Naming a new mustard.
Crafting a restaurant tagline.
Establishing a restaurant's identity.
Multitasking is a myth. In an era ruled by dinging smart phones, we are conditioned to respond to every notification. While it seems like constant multitasking is the new norm, research has proven that what we know as “multitasking” is just switching between tasks at hyper speed. Our focus is fragmented. Instead of saving time, multitasking zaps our energy and makes us less productive. When we can’t find time to focus, we not only become less efficient, we also lose access to creative flow.
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While the public is focused on growing jobs in the United States, what’s in dire need of a spotlight is the importance of cultivating a skilled workforce. A 2015 report by the Manufacturing Institute states nearly 3.5 million manufacturing jobs will need to be filled over the next decade and two million are expected to go unfilled due to a major lack of skilled candidates.