What got you into this business?
I’ve always had a passion for writing. Even as a young girl, I found myself journaling and writing stories. It’s something I love and realized I was good at as well.
What was your “finest moment” (the thing you’re most proud of)?
In 2017, I was crowned the 71st Plaquemines Parish Fair & Orange Festival Queen. This opportunity led me to travel all over southern Louisiana promoting the citrus industry, including all the way to Washington, D.C. where I was able to speak to our state representatives. It instilled confidence and a sense of pride that I didn’t have before. I believe this experience has helped prepare me for my entrance into the public relations world.
What is your method for coming up with ideas and solutions for clients?
I’m an avid list maker. I tend to brainstorm ideas and then organize them into detailed categories. I also like to research my client’s “voice” and see what drives them as a company.
What talent do you wish you had?
I wish I could whistle. I can’t do it for the life of me!
What’s your favorite sports team?
LSU Tigers, Saints, and Pels of course!
Where did you grow up and what was it like?
I grew up on the Westbank in Plaquemines Parish, specifically Belle Chasse. Although, I enjoy playing tourist on the weekends and taking in the sights of the city.
What makes the Gulf Coast stand out for you?
This is a unique area rooted in tradition. It is host to a variety of commodities, industries and people. We truly are a wonderful melting pot.
What is something that most people do not know about you?
I’m a Pinterest fanatic and crime TV show enthusiast. These are definitely my guilty pleasures.
LSU, BA in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations
Business Administration minor