What my business card says:
What I actually do:
Have you ever received an email that told you exactly what you needed to know? It is my job to help clients write that story explaining what they do, who they are, and why they matter to their stakeholders, the media, and the public.
My communications career started in the sports industry telling stories with the American Junior Golf Association and Augusta National Golf Club. From there, I transitioned to non-profit work as a communications coordinator with First Tee, the PGA TOUR’s Youth Development Organization. The pandemic reminded me how much I missed Philly, and now I am back amplifying compelling content for our clients in the City of Brotherly Love.
Most recent success:
Conducted a comprehensive media update to provide a client with a deep understanding of the current media landscape and better inform a successful strategy moving forward.
Remind me to tell you the story about …
The time I got style advice from Mike Tirico.
Book I recommend to clients:
“Who Moved My Cheese?” Communications is constantly evolving, and it is important to embrace change and make it work to our client’s benefit.
What I do for fun:
In my free time you will find me watching Jeopardy, working on various vehicles in the Masterson Garage or lamenting over the state of the Eagles.
Temple University, Klein College of Communication 18’. Communications Studies Major, Business Minor.
“You Catch More Flies with Honey”