Originally from Atlanta, Georgia (USA), I moved to Macon,
GA in 2015 to study graphic design, french and business
administration. During my time at Mercer University I was a
part of the club soccer team, worked for the university in the fitness center and at the front desk and also worked as a barista
in a coffee shop next to the campus. I always participated in campus activities such as intramural sports and various
academic clubs. I helped found a business magazine and was
the sole designer for the magazine until I graduated in 2019.
Even after graduating, I continued to work for the magazine until the spring of 2020. I also helped create and design an application, participating in several business competitions at Mercer
University, The University of Georgia and the Emmy Award
winning competition for the InVenture Prize in Atlanta, which
was televised by Georgia Public Broadcasting. In May of 2019 I graduated cum laude with departmental honors.
In September of 2019 I moved to Paris, France to start my
Masters degree. During my first year in Paris, I worked as an english tutor for children, completed an internship with MIRA
Paris, a graphic t-shirt company, worked from home as a community manager for Street Legal AZ, a driving school in
the US, and also worked on freelance projects such as menus
for a local bakery. I started my thesis and completed my first
year of Masters, hoping to do an internship and finish my
degree this year.