I support growth efforts, seeking to make current and prospective clients’ lives easier by matching their problems with our solutions. On the day to day, that looks like communicating and collaborating with our team, clients and partners to find opportunities where we can make a positive impact.
I’m an Asbury University graduate with a background in social media and public relations. I hope to find ways for our team to leverage social media to grow and strengthen our business and provide new and exciting ways to engage with our key stakeholders! In my free time you can find me loitering at various Louisville coffee shops, reading good books, and having meaningful conversations over espresso tonics.
If you’d asked me in high school, absolutely. I was an avid Doctor Who/Star Trek TNG/Harry Potter/fantasy novel connoisseur.
If you ask me now, probably not. I still love a good book full of heavy world building, and I’m stoked on the Doctor Who 60th Anniversary this year, but I also love Bama football and a good concert. I feel like I surrendered at least part of my geek badge at some point in college.
I used to have a Galt’s Gulch, CO sticker. If you get that reference, you’re a real one.
Probably go get a PhD in classics or education. I’d be in school forever if money and time were limitless.
Long summer days full of time to read! I deeply miss holing up in my tree house for hours with stacks of books.
I love meeting new people and connecting them to solutions for their problems. The day-to-day admin work is not as awesome, but a necessary evil to getting to the fun part.
http://wikiroulette.co/, specifically used to play my favorite internet game “5 Clicks to Jesus.” That’s the best way to waste time on road trips!
There are two kinds of people in this world. Those who walk into a room and say, ‘Here I am’ and those who walk into a room and say, ‘There you are.’ - Bob Goff
To build community wherever I find myself (and have a registered library in my home, organized by the Dewey Decimal system. Which you can apparently do if you have over 1000 books - or so I’m told).