If someone would have told me that I would love public speaking when I was younger, I probably would have laughed. In middle and high school, I chose media projects over oral presentations and in college, presenting in front of the class was terrifying.
But once I got up in front of a few crowds and started talking about the things I love to share, I realized that my passion always overcame the nerves. Whether the topic is marketing, mental health, or a great brie, I could probably talk for hours.
Some of the places I’ve spoken recently:
Ruffalo Noel Levitz National Conference for Student Recruitment, Marketing and Retention – Denver, CO, July 2017. Topic: Employing the customer journey model for student recruitment.
Ruffalo Noel Levitz Digital Philanthropy & Millennial Engagement Conference — Atlanta, GA, October 2016. Topic: Creating digital influencers for fundraising.
IBM Amplify — Tampa, FL, May 2016. Topic: Using marketing automation to build efficiency within your organization.
Ruffalo Noel Levitz National Conference for Student Recruitment, Marketing and Retention — Boston, MA, July 2015. Topic: Personalizing your marketing campaigns for effective recruitment.
IBM Amplify — San Diego, CA, May 2015. Building your content library for marketing automation.
My Quiet Cave Annual Gala — Denver, CO, May 2015. Personal story on the effects of mental illness.
I’m also working on a TEDx talk on the impostor syndrome, which I hope to share soon.
If you’d like to have me speak at your event, please drop me a note.