Resume

I’m a recent graduate from Drake University with a degree in Public Relations and Magazine Media.

Saddle & Bridle – Editorial Freelancer (April 2018 – Present)
  • Generated and fostered brand awareness of the magazine. 
  • Covered horse shows and wrote various articles for the publication.
  • Captured special moments of exhibitors through photos.

Evereve – Lead Stylist (January 2018 – March 2020
  • Identified customers’ needs and helped them find clothing that suited their personality and style.
  • Trained team members on denim vendors including denim trends, how to fit denim and denim brands.
  • Consistently exceeded individual sales goals and contributed to the success of the store.

VonMaur – Executive Trainee (June 2019 – August 2019)
  • Built relationships with clients through a follow-up program and excellent customer service. 
  • Discovered all aspects of a retail environment through hands-on learning.
  • Analyzed vendors throughout the casual department and identified areas of improvement. 

Urban Plains – Social Media Editor (February 2019 – May 2019)
  • Spearheaded the social media plan and content calendar for Urban Plains.
  • Researched and investigated social media trends.
  • Created content ranging from videos, podcasts and web stories.

The Annual – Senior Editor (August 2017 – May 2018)
  • Worked with the editorial team to complete the magazine from start to finish.
  • Worked one-on-one with younger students and guided them through the editing process.
  • Wrote various stories for the publication.

Chatterkick – Social Media Intern (May 2018-August 2018)
  • Worked with community managers from initial  brainstorming to the implementation of social media campaigns.
  • Gathered and analyzed analytics from social media management platforms.
  • Edited blog posts to optimize SEO. 

Waukee community schools – Communications Intern (January 2017 – December 2017)
  • Provided copy for various brand materials.
  • Implemented social media plan.
  • Updated district blog.
  • Reported on feel-good stories throughout the district.