I’m TimeZoneOne’s PR Specialist and my role is to be a lean, mean (hopefully never actually mean) pitching machine! I help brands get noticed, whether through creating eye-catching subject lines, brainstorming memorable influencer activations, or pretty much everything else in between.
My job is the perfect combination of creativity and writing. I love that I get to spend as much time editing press releases as I do envisioning a potential story that a client could be featured in on the news to drive brand awareness.
Although I’m a fairly new team member at TZO, I’ve already been able to experience the supportiveness that the team provides to each other on a daily basis. Everyone genuinely enjoys each other’s company. I’ve seen enough marketing agencies to know that this isn’t always the case.
Some past placements I am particularly proud of are in publications like Cosmopolitan, Teen Vogue, and Glamour, simply because I grew up reading them. As a girl, I never realized that it was someone’s job to get those items on the page. Now I understand that nothing just happens—usually a lot of hard work goes into making something great, with maybe just a little bit of luck.
I’m someone that respects transparency and a good sense of humor. I’ve never heard a pun that I don’t appreciate. Every year on St. Patrick’s Day (one of my favorite holidays), I sport this shirt that I designed and had made about five years ago.
I’m fairly certain I would save it if my house was on fire.
Another random passion of mine is doing hair. I started doing my own hair when I was in about first grade and it progressed into a full-fledged side hustle filled with weddings, proms, and the occasional birthday girl. You can check out some of my work here!
I can usually be found spending time with friends or family on a patio somewhere, enjoying some good wine and great food!
As far as inspiration goes, there’s only one quote I live by: “Work hard and be nice to people.” I hate that so many people act like you can’t have one without the other. I hope to prove them wrong.