Tell us a little bit about your background before joining The Key team.Prior to joining The Key, I worked as the communications manager for the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles where I managed crisis communications and the organization’s shift from reactive to proactive media outreach. Prior to NCDMV, I worked at a few different communications agencies. At each agency, I led the strategy and execution of communications efforts for global client partners.
I also spent the beginning of my career working in the education and nonprofit space in D.C.
Describe your work style in five words. Contemplative, collaborative, empathetic, actionable and practical.
What are your favorite kinds of projects to tackle? The ones I get to work on from start to finish. I love working on a project from its inception all the way until the big payoff day, whether that’s an event or a big announcement.
What’s your proudest moment at work (here or elsewhere)?
Getting my client at my very first job featured in the Los Angeles Times.
What makes you the most excited to be at The Key? Working with clients in industries that have so much potential to do things that will have a positive impact on the lives of others.
Favorite office snack? Hot Cheetos and turkey jerky
Badass female role model? Michelle Obama
Power song? Dreams and Nightmares by Meek Mill and Bitch Better Have My Money by Rihanna
If you could have a superpower, what would it be? The ability to teleport