As the Get Real Project’s Event Manager, I’m here to make sure each and every program not only runs smoothly, but is fun and engaging—and that starts with the planning process.
I have experience running events both small and large (yep, even Mercedes Benz Fashion Week!) so I know a thing or two about how the smallest detail can have a ripple effect, good or bad. That’s why I make sure everything is in place. All the time.
I’m an entrepreneurial addict; I’ve launched 3 businesses (all still successful!) including a Miami-inspired clothing line for babies and kids. Nothing slows me down. My energy plus my work ethic means our clients know I’ll always have their back.
I have a B.A. in Creative Writing and Film Studies from the University of Colorado and a Masters Certificate in Publishing from New York University. My lifelong dream is to become a successful fiction writer and launch my own publishing house.
A habitual traveler, I spent a year abroad in Spain focusing on getting to know my familial roots (fun fact: I’m actually first-generation American) and another year in Argentina where I wrote my first novel. You can currently find me under the sticky, warm heat of Miami’s sun—a city that is unique and full of surprises.
When I’m not working, you can find me playing with my absolutely adorable son, Oliver, and my family; traveling (when I can); writing; cheering on Barça; or even prepping for my next half or full-marathon (my first marathon was in Paris!).
I handle all the logistics for our programs—including heading up the diagnostics division, which I know inside and out from working with for more than 7 years.
Reliable, driven, outgoing, creative
Laughter and fun. New experiences with great friends and loved ones.
What anchors me
What drives me nuts
An empty coffee pot.
Home-baked cookies and a cheesy TV show like The Voice.
“It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams”—Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Coffee. (Sensing a theme, here?)
To own a run-down vineyard/chateau in France or Spain (really anywhere) that I can fix up and then just sit back and retire. (Though in reality I’d probably turn it into a functioning vineyard.)