In undergrad I studied economics and statistics for two years before realizing I hate solving problems that only allow for one right answer.
In my eyes, problem solving is all about uncovering evidence, crafting compelling narratives, and forming your own point of view. It’s about reframing the problem, and playing out wrong answers to explore and understand every possibility. So, I decided to change paths.
I finished my undergrad career studying foreign affairs. Solving for 'x' became analyzing economies and structures of government. Problem sets became essays. I built upon my analytical foundation, and added to it an ability to breakdown and articulate complex ideas.
Now, after two years of further fusing these skillsets together at The Brandcenter, I use a culmination of these experiences to help brands solve problems.
If you're looking for a detail-oriented big-picture thinker, let's chat!
MORE ABOUT ME
I LOVE ANIMALS
I always wanted an otter. People told me it would never happen. Meet Otto.
This is Camden. Named after Camden Yards. Go Orioles (this year's our year).
I LOVE SPORTS
Somehow a team of kids who had never played volleyball before won back-to-back state championships. Still need to work on our celebrations though.
Ask me what watching UVA basketball has taught me about being a good account leader.