That’s a bunch of different things. But what’s a specialized generalist to do? I’d love to talk to you about taking on roles in account, project, or product management, and I’m available to produce video or photoshoots as needed. Just drop me a line!
Senior Project Manager (May 2017-February 2019)
Digital Producer (May 2016-May 2017)
I actively lead my clients to make the best digital stuff to help them achieve their goals and KPIs. As a hybrid Account Manager and Project Manager, I fight for the needs of my team while keeping the client's bigger picture in mind. I also fight the internal Good Fight: making the latest and greatest iterations of processes, tracking contracts and leading account growth strategy for the agency, and helping out wherever I can.
My team trusts me with some of the agency's largest clients, including Frontier Airlines, adidas, Reebok, Chipotle, and Talbots. My fancy back-pocket data point is that in 2017, I added $800k of in-account growth to our bottom line and managed $1.3MM in budgets.
Senior Project Manager (October 2015-April 2016)
Project Manager (July 2015-October 2015)
From kickoff to ongoing content management, I was the point of contact, strategist, designer, developer, and general make-it-happen-er for more than 30 clients at a time. I built websites in SquareSpace and WordPress with an eye for design and local SEO optimization, to get clients connected with therapists and counselors of all stripes.
Assistant Editor, plus a lot of other project coordination hats (February 2015-July 2015)
Fashion advertisement coordination, editing articles, social media posting, and picking up slack wherever it could be found. As an assistant editor at Boulder Magazine and its many subsidiary publications, I led internal projects and did whatever it took (talking to advertisers? check. making magazine ads? check.) to get it done.
Co-founder, Editor-in-Chief, Lead Design (March 2012-January 2015)
Whatever it took. If we needed magazine racks, I learned carpentry. As the co-founder of small visitors-guide magazine covering the town's festivals, I clenched my teeth, scrapped it together, led a team of writers and photographers, sold advertisements, hand-delivered magazines, created a brand, built a website, coordinated publishing, and at some point I think I managed to sleep and eat, also.