Grad student. Marketer at African Library Project. Surviving of coffee and magic. Currently reading The Dark Corners of the Night by Meg Gardiner. Listening to CreepyPod.
As a digital native, I have always been fascinated with how communication and technology influence one another. My goal is to study this connection and use it to find better ways to help businesses interact with their audience. I’ve spent eight years in social media, communications, and digital marketing across diverse industries, including technology, real estate, book publishing, litigation finance, and nonprofit to name a few. Two of those years were spent working as a digital marketing coordinator for local and international startups. My key activities have been direct and online marketing, growth hacking, website management, and social media management and strategy. My goal is simple. I want to provide people with positive resources, deliver impactful stories that change the way we view the world, and foster meaningful connections – all through marketing and communications.
A little more about me – I am also a strong supporter of the Oxford comma and an active participant in the body positive movement. I have helped organize two reproductive justice summits alongside representatives from the National Organization of Women, Stonewall Alliance, and the National Latina Institute and led a workshop “Let’s Talk About Sex” with the support of representatives from these orgs. Aside from pursuing my Masters, working as a marketing and knowledge manager, and starting my second year as a volunteer Law Library of Congress intern, I spend most of my time reading books with sweeping romances or spine-chilling twists and watching horror movies.