Anywhere I go I am noticed for my talent and creativity. My workmanship speaks
CHASE was a real "welcome" to the life of a working adult. My first real administrative job while a graduate student was quite the personal challenge. This job was complex, but the pay was handsome enough to get me through grad-school. Here, I endured a tough work environment, developed my own leadership skills, and conquered my "quarter-life crisis".
Grambling showed me what I love to do, gifted me with a love for learning, and surrounded me with a wealth of like minded peers and inspiring faculty. My four years as an undergraduate introduced me to the concept of networking. The following 2 years as a graduate student pushed me to expand, challenge, and adjust my worldview. My engagement in the university's media programs exercised my creative muscle, sparked my obsession with reaching people digitally, and challenged my ability to push through challenging ventures to completion
This is what I've
done so far
This is me
Program management is my professional expertise, but it is worth noting that I am exceptionally skilled with all social media platforms, blog writing, and content management systems. A stickler for planning and organizing, I believe success is 80% mindset & 20% strategy.
A TRUE millennial! So, yes, my life is on my iPhone and I do have an unorthodox way of solving problems (spoiler: it usually involves a computer). One thing that remains consistent from one experience to another is my ingenuity, and unfaltering ability to produce results.
My professional experience with various digital media has given me an overall knowledge of utilizing these tools to not only promote a product, but to also wield influence.
I often find myself bridging the gap between traditional admin functions and the current digital trends.
The most valuable outcome of my experience in administrative functions is my ability to manage a portfolio of projects and programs with full success. To me, the very fundamental purpose of life is to find out how many skills I can acquire that have utility, and then put that utility to the test in service of something greater than myself.
This is my System
Prioritize the Endgame
Be Crafty, Witty, and Relentless
Find the Lesson in Every Mistake
Believe in Change
Invest in Ideas That Matter