What my business card says:
What I actually do:
I find silver linings to solve client problems and reach client goals. If the silver linings don’t exist, I create them.
Trained in advertising, developed in marketing, I have a passion for all things communications. From software to animal bedding material, I help clients of all sizes, industries, and desired outcomes to tell their story.
Most recent success:
Facilitated a marquee event recruitment campaign that touched $37.1 million in pipeline for one of the largest technology solutions provider around the global.
Remind me to tell you the story about …
The time a former football-player client said he would sign a deal if I could tackle him. (Spoiler: I closed the deal.)
Book I recommend to clients:
“Positioning: The Battle for Your Mind” by Al Ries and Jack Tout – how to stand out in the most valuable real estate available, the customer’s mind.
What I do for fun:
I eat spicy foods. I throw dodgeballs. I take every opportunity to have a new adventure.
Temple University, Bachelor of Arts in Advertising, Account Management focus. Go Owls!
Title of my autobiography:
“My 6ft1 Life: Having Little Feet and Filling Big Shoes”