Q: Why did you join Women in Digital?
A: To network with other women in my industry since I’m new to it and wanted to make some connections.
Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick?
A: Writing and editing. I’m passionate about proper grammar!
Q: What was your first job out of college?
A: Waitressing at a Cajun restaurant. Yay for graduating in the Recession!
Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received?
A: Being told to create a portfolio and freelance on the side of my old, crap jobs that weren’t in my field so that I could grow and eventually land in a place where I wanted to be.
Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital?
A: The opportunity to pitch for articles at Adweek. I handle all guest contributions.
Q: What will be your first ask?
A: I’m not sure, honestly. Have to play it by ear.
Q: What does digital mean to you?
A: For me, specifically, it centers around digital publishing and digital publications.
Q: What do you think is the greatest challenge facing women today?
Q: What do you think we can do to overcome that challenge?
A: Tell our stories, the good and bad. Blow the whistle on the bad ones. Support one another.
Q: Why do you love digital?
A: It’s so intuitive for me at this point. But I’ll always love print as well.