My first memory is from when I was in the hospital at 3 years old. I don’t remember anything about why or how long I was there, what I remember is having a firm grip on Sesame Street alphabet cards–one with “G” for Grover to be exact. Despite everything going on around me, those cards and letters were what I cared about most.
My love of letters carried into a childhood full of words. Whether that was winning summer reading challenges (yeah – I was that kid), spelling contests or pecking away at an old typewriter, words ruled everything around me.
My passion for words and communicating carried into my academic career, leading me to complete a Bachelor of Journalism concurrently with a Bachelor of Science. My goal is to not only understand complex concepts, but communicate them concisely and clearly. It’s tragic to think how many big ideas are lost in translation to smaller words.
Words are powerful. It can sometimes be difficult to know the right ones to use and which word best suits the intended message.
I want to help others use words in a way that best communicates their message – whether that’s website content, a story, a technical report or even an important letter.
I’m here to help others communicate. To reach goals. To make a point. To be heard.