A little bit about me
I LOVE writing. Since a young age, I've been an aspiring novelist and never would have imagined that my first published book would be a piece of non-fiction. But the further I progressed in my career, the more I noticed a void in the resources available to small businesses (especially about public relations and content). As the daughter of a serial entrepreneur and a lover of the start-up world, I wanted to help. I saw a need to make these fields accessible to young businesses - so diy PR was launched.
My most fervent hope is that any founder or business leader who picks up my book will walk away more knowledgeable, empowered and maybe even a little bit entertained.
I guess I should now tell you a little more about my career journey. Luckily for my readers, I have extensive writing and PR experience under my belt. I spent time as an associate editor of a magazine, and then as a leader at a well-respected public relations agency so I understand both sides of the PR equation. Throughout my career, I've served an impressive roster of clients (if I do say so myself) and earned my sea legs in the strategy, development and execution of PR and content programs. After my boyfriend and I welcomed our precious baby girl in May of 2014, I founded my own company, Quotable PR & Content, through which I continue to serve a select group of clients.
I'm at my best - and happiest - when writing, spending time with my daughter and loved ones, and practicing Bikram Yoga, ballet or boxing.
I'd really love to connect with you and hear your stories and feedback. Feel free to drop me a note or a question via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and be sure to find me on Twitter (@diy_PR)! I'll respond back as I can, time permitting. Thank you for being part of the diy PR community!