Mission: To create a world where everyone feels confident to share their story.
Born and raised as a Nebraska Cornhusker, I've brought my midwest charm to Los Angeles as I embark on a career in entertainment public relations. I've developed a passion over the years for stories of determination, courage, and perseverance. I find joy in reading biographies, hiking new trails, cheering on the Red Sox, and knitting hats for my east coast friends.
I describe my work before moving to LA as "Nebraska entertainment," working with a nonprofit event center to market for rodeos, a county fair, and a summer concert. Now, I'm working with a mid-sized public relations agency in the TV and digital departments.
What is Parvus Sed Potens?
When I was getting ready to leave for Boston one of my undergraduate professors gave me a few tips on how to manage graduate school. Tip #1: Believe you can do it.
This is where 'parvus sed potens' came in. Translated from Latin, it means 'small but mighty.' I believe the biggest obstacle I have to overcome every day is myself, and I try to create daily opportunities to strengthen and grow my self confidence.
That's where this blog comes into play:
I have always loved to write, and my muse stems from the obstacles I face on a daily basis. This is for the college student and young professional looking to make a life for herself (or himself). Let's tackle our twenties together.
Learn more about what I've done here.
- Writing (and editing)
- Public Speaking
- Listening (Interpersonal Communication)
- Social Media Management
- Event Planning
- Inserting gifs into online conversations
- Preparing for a demon attack (#SPNFamily)
The Outsiders by SE Hinton
Wild by Cheryl Strayed
- The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George