About Me

I work with people who change the world.

For several years, I’ve focused on the work that I love: helping causes I care about break through the noise and tell their stories to the audiences that matter. Currently, I am a communications specialist at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University, specializing in marketing and advertising the school's academic and community outreach programs.

My passion is to work with leaders and organizations that are in need of some guidance on messaging, grassroots mobilization and digital strategy. I help clients influence different audiences and engage their supporters.

In the past, I have advised high profile clients such as the Malala Fund, Governor Kate Brown, Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney and the New Leaders Council.

In addition to my full-time role at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, I serve as an advisor to Greater NYC for Change, an advocacy organization I started in 2008. Greater NYC for Change began with a focus on health care reform. Over time, I grew the organization to more than 7,000 members and expanded its mission. We broadened our advocacy to include working directly with elected officials who took forward-thinking stands on issues such as a living wage and marriage equality.

Although a proud native of Atlanta, Georgia, I have happily called Ireland, Japan, New York City, and Washington, DC home at different points in my life. I am fluent in English, German, Japanese and some code.