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I wish I had a compelling backstory, but here's the truth: I wear a lot of hats. I'm a public relations professional, a part-time caregiver to my older Autistic sister, and an obsessed dog mom of two that happens to be knee-deep in wedding planning!  It's an exciting time, but as you already know life comes with its set of challenges. 


Over the years I've learned that the more responsibilities we have the more hat hair we'll have to deal with. We won't always have it all together, and that's alright, because let's be real: adulting ain't easy.


Since you’re here right now, something tells me that your hat collection is growing too. You're a go-getter with a unique combination of interests and aspirations, and you're handling a lot, but juggling it all like a champ. You are amazing.


So here's the gist: Doing the 'write' thing is about providing positive content that will empower young adults to take charge of their personal and professional development. It's also about devoting time for yourself and what truly makes you happy. Let's exchange ideas and learn from each other, but most importantly, laugh and have some fun along the way.

What do you do?

I am a financial representative turned journalist turned public relations professional and freelance writer in San Diego, California. Having worked in finance for over 10 years, I know a thing or two about money management, and from my experience working for various other companies, I also know how you can enhance your leadership skills to stand out in this competitive job market.

Where did you go to school?

I earned my Masters in Communication Management from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, and completed my undergraduate studies in Literary Journalism from University of California, Irvine.


During my tenure at the University of California, Irvine, I studied under Pulitzer Prize-winning author Barry Siegel, former Los Angeles Times national correspondent Erika Hayasaki, multi award-winning novelist Amy Wilentz, and other esteemed faculty.


Where have I seen your writing?

I've contributed to HelloGiggles, Orange Coast Magazine, San Diego Reader, AOL's, and various other publications throughout Southern California.