A bit about me:
I grew up in the proverbial shadow of New York City, in the sort of small town you’ve seen in television. It was an upbringing filled with as many pony rides as taxi rides, and that was what made it special.
After leaving home, I spent four years in Boston while working towards my bachelors degrees in Journalism and English Literature at Boston University. Academic study allowed me to turn my passion for language into tangible skills, ones that I’ve realized are highly transferable to a vast array of career paths.
I did disrupt my time in Boston to venture abroad, first for a summer term to Sydney to learn from some of the best travel writers in the area, and then to London to continue my exploration of travel media and to study Shakespeare a stone’s throw from the reconstructed Globe.
Professional experience featured consistently throughout my university experience. I gained wide range of experience across the globe through an assortment of internships in digital editorial and performance marketing.
College is four long, amazing, life changing, and exhausting years. I came across the opportunity to move abroad to Dublin, Ireland, after graduation and decided to take that chance to reconnect with myself and to grow as a person as much as a professional.
I worked mornings as a barista, and wandered around the city in the afternoons. Many hours were spent in the museums and parks of Dublin, and many euros were spent in the many bookshops, coffeeshops, and restaurants.
Since returning to New York, I turned my attention back to my career and resume building, and have since taken a deep dive in SEO strategy, a skill I’m excited to be actively growing.
So cheers to new adventures, new cities, and new skills —