Well, this is my story.

I’ve always been somewhat of a raconteur, as my family likes to tease. I have a knack for giving life to vibrant ideas and building stories that shine.

After high school, I headed to the University of Toronto and studied English Literature, Indigenous Studies, and Digital Humanities. While in my undergrad I worked for the student newspaper, the student union, and was involved on campus. I found so many things to be passionate about, which gave me my “jack-of-all-trades, master of none” outlook that allowed me to build lots of skills, but I could never find that one true purpose.

Once the COVID-19 pandemic hit I was stuck at home, jobless, untethered, and wondering what to do next. Luckily, I found my saving grace: enrolling in the Content Strategy program at Humber College. What a great decision that turned out to be! The program gave me the space to harmonize all the skills I had developed over the years into something meaningful that made me feel fulfilled.

As a writer, content strategist, and digital professional I seek to serve users in an increasingly crowded online world with finding the brands and organizations that resonate with them. It’s important to me that as much as I’m helping you, I’m equally or even more so helping your audience. Ultimately I’m all about building bridges, bringing communities together, and making genuine connections with people.

Take a look at my resume.