As the daughter of a happy-go-lucky entrepreneur and a resilient chemist, I learned the value of ideas, creativity, persistence, and hard work early in life. These values helped build me into a strategic creative individual with an ability to laugh at my faults and the moxie to say, “I can do better.”
Over the past 10 years, I have used my passion for creativity and my analytical brain to become an established resourceful problem solver. I eagerly await challenges and opportunities that allow me to stretch my abilities and push the envelope. I have an ambitious attitude that pushes me to try new approaches and tackle challenges without hesitation, all while being a collaborative and inspiring member of the team. Above all, I have a passion for design and and strive to do my very best.
This roll has given me the ability to establish relationships with key stake holders to help them creatively problem solve and develop strategic concepts and campaigns to promote firm initiatives. There is no problem too big or tactic too small that prevents me from successfully managing campaigns, projects, deliverables, and timelines. This position has also given me the opportunity to be a part of the dynamic team that established a strong design language system to consistently communicate Littler’s visual identity throughout the organization.
While at Sizewise, I played an essential role on the marketing team directing the look and feel for this growing brands language system. During this time I was able to spearhead a rebranding effort that helped sophisticate and elevate the design language for versatility across the market. While in this roll I also had the opportunity to create efficiencies within the graphics team by implementing file structure systems as well as workflow processes.
My time at Sanford Health began as a Graphic Technician. I was hired at the peak of the organizations renaming and rebranding efforts to help transition materials out of the former look and into the new. This experience made me meticulous about the production of file set up and management. My work and diligence as a Graphic Technician earned me a promotion to Graphic Designer in 2011 and again to Senior Graphic Designer in 2013. My time at Sanford Health gave me the opportunity to work as a creative collaborator on large-scale campaigns and events, art direct campaign materials, and assist with the implementation of a Data Asset Management system.
Moberly’s Print Shop
My career as a designer began at Moberly’s, a local print shop that specialized in die-cutting and and printing fine finished print projects. My roll was to assist with hand-finishing work while ensuring the highest quality and extreme attention to detail. This was truly an amazing place to begin my design career.