What my business card says:
Senior Account Executive
What I actually do:
I’m a problem solver. I work with clients to understand their goals and then figure out how smart, strategic and comprehensive communications can enable them to reach those goals.
I started my career in science textbook editing but it didn’t take long for me to realize I cared more about stories than solvents. I’ve been in marketing and communications ever since, helping clients across the technology, financial, healthcare, non-profit retail and specialty chemical sectors tell the stories that matter to them and to their customers.
Most recent success:
A feature on the London commercial real estate market on Forbes.com.
Remind me to tell you the story about:
When I pitched a greeting card line to Andy Cohen in the Watch What Happens Live studio.
Book I recommend to clients:
“My Share of the Task” – Stanley McChrystal’s memoir, which is a powerful commentary on relationships, leadership, humility and courage in the face of the unknown.
What I do for fun:
A variety of things, really, but my ideal is time spent with family sharing good food and good drinks.
Notre Dame, BA in English and Philosophy
Title of My Autobiography:
“Pun Intended – A memoir.”