What my business card says:
Assistant Account Executive
What I actually do:
From social media auditing, to developing pitches and closely monitoring the media, my day to day is always different, but one thing stays consistent: providing the best quality content for our clients! I am here to help develop meaningful relationships and support clients to reach their marketing goals through innovative thinking and storytelling.
My communications journey started with my first Co-Op at Comcast Corporate at the age of 19 during my undergraduate time at Drexel. Since then, I completed my second Co-Op at a small non-profit and worked as an intern here at Braithwaite. Once I started in agency life, I knew I didn’t want to be anywhere else and am excited to develop into my role further, while amplifying the voices and stories of our clients.
Most recent success:
Planning and executing a full-scale non-profit event after months of hard work and dedication to raise over $20k in two years for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Remind me to tell you the story about …
I hiked to different Game Of Thrones film spots during my time abroad in Iceland!
Book I recommend to clients:
My recommended list of books is constantly changing, but a recent find is “Diversity, Inc. The Failed Promise of a Billion-Dollar Business – An essential reading” by Pamela Newkirk that delves into damages of exclusionary employment policies while exploiting the lack of progress in DE&I that has been made.
What I do for fun:
In my free time, you can find me exploring and traveling to new places, surfing, or planning my next road trip with friends. I also frequently take on “soccer mom” responsibilities by attending any and all extracurricular activities for my younger sister!
Drexel University, BA Communication ’22: Environmental Studies and French Minor
Pursuing my MS in Strategic Digital Communication at Drexel University to be completed in March ‘23
Title of my autobiography:
Be Kind, Don’t Forget Your Power