Work & Education
FOUNDER, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - REDLINE EDITING
December 2020 - Present
Professional editing for any industry for content including business proposals, supporting documents, novels, articles, blogs and website overviews.
ADMINISTRATOR - RRD
Sept 2020 - Present
Administrator for the legal services branch of a Fortune 500 communications company.
NEWS ANALYST - DATAMINR
Oct 2019 - Oct 2020
Sourcing leads for four areas of clientele including media, public sector, corporate and finance.
WRITER - INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL WRITERS & EDITORS
August 2019 – Present
Freelance writer and editor in areas of medical, pharmaceutical, science, technology, fitness, nutrition, health, events, awards, profiles, fashion and lifestyle.
INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS - INSIGHT ENTERPRISES INC.
March 2019 – Oct 2019
Running internal communications tasks for the Northern American operations of a Fortune 500 tech company, including creating web content, press releases, corporate event planning, writing and editing articles and newsletters.
FREELANCE REPORTER - DAILY LOBO
Aug 2017 – Dec 2017
Freelance reporter for the culture desk at the UNM Daily Lobo. Made front page print covering DACA rallies. Regularly wrote previews, reviews, and features on local businesses. Worked with team of photographers, videographers and editors to get print and web stories on deadline. DailyLobo.com
ADJUNCT FACULTY - COASTAL CAROLINA C.C.
Oct 2013 – June 2016
Adjunct faculty for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) personal training certification program hosted at Coastal Carolina Community College. I created all course curriculum, syllabus, lectured and instructed practical application on and offsite.
B.S. TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS
Arizona State University
magna cum laude
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS (A.A.)
Coastal Carolina Community College
2015 President's List
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS GIRLS PLAY BALL EVENT
I was selected as a panelist for the AZ D-Backs Girls Play Ball Event. The event was a free baseball clinic for girls between the ages of 12-15. The panel discussed the importance of physical fitness, involvement in team sports as well as the importance of education and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for young girls.