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Hometown: Buffalo, NY
Currently: Albany, NY
Likes: yellow, running, mobile-friendly content, reality TV, the Oxford Comma
Dislikes: broccoli, paper cuts, black pens, “last updated one year ago”
I am a recent graduate of SUNY Geneseo, class of 2013. During my undergraduate years, I studied Communication, Graphic Design and Computer Science while becoming involved in Residence Life and Student Activities on campus.
Being a Buffalo native, I am a Bills and Sabres fan no matter how much pain it may cause in my heart, and call it pop. Aside from engaging in social media, I enjoy photography, software updates, as well as stand up comedy.
Professionally, my passion lies in higher education, specifically in marketing, social media, and content writing. I strive to be innovative, and work best in high-energy, collaborative environments.
My work is not my life, despite my role as co-host and producer of the Higher Ed Social Podcast. Outside of my working world, I have my own passions in fitness and volunteering, which I discuss in length in my blog.
My life journey has paralleled my fitness journey; being a “twentysomething” and navigating my way through the working world that I’ve watched others glide through, seemingly without trouble. If I’ve learned anything so far, it’s the cliche fake it ’til you make it really does hold true in a number of situations. From moving to new cities and navigating a social life to learning how to live a healthier lifestyle, it has been far from smooth, but that, if anything, is confirmation that I am human.