About Me
Pronouns: She/They
Hailing from St. Louis, MO, I'm currently flying high as part of the Window Seat in-house creative agency at Delta Air Lines – 2022 Winner: Agency of the Year In-House Agency Forum. Currently focusing on brand creative strategy, sponsorships and Olympics, and leading a team
of very talented writers.

Prior to Delta, I was rocking red and white at Ogilvy Experience as a Senior Content Strategist in experience design as part of the
Eight Bar Collective team for IBM.
Before Ogilvy XD, I was living that tech agency life at Bounteous, working on clients like Equifax, Datto, Coca-Cola, Trulieve, Rockwell Automation, and Exceed for Walmart.

At Hogarth, I worked on campaigns – including national video – for brands like Absolut Vodka, Jameson Whiskey, Workday, EY U.S. & London, L.O.L. OMG dolls, and new biz efforts. At the same time, I was cross-resourced under WPP to work on the United States Marine Corps
with Wunderman-Thompson.
While at The Home Depot, I worked to elevate their in-house email programs before spending time on the dot com creative team working on UI/UX design, content strategy, and execution for online category deep dives and refreshes. 
Prior to The Home Depot, I was at Ogilvy Atlanta, creating digital, print, and other assets for IHG’s 17 hotel brands (deep knowledge of each), but also for clients like Coca-Cola Freestyle, CORT Furniture, the CDC, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.
Before Ogilvy Atlanta, I cut my teeth at BBDO Atlanta working on AT&T, Georgia-Pacific, REI, and the Georgia Lottery. 
I've also had the opportunity to work on some challenging and satisfying freelance projects with many different organizations, agencies, and businesses, often bringing in my own bench of creative freelancers to make projects come to life.
In my spare time, I'm a semi-retired rugby player (you never really retire), beach bum, camper, roller skater, and mom to two kittens named
Okoye Anita Baker and Sade Nola Vandross
I believe that good ideas can come from anywhere and seek to have the highest of standards for my work. For me, "good enough" must be the exception and not the rule.

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