Sample Projects

Science Mill

Provide marketing strategy and outreach for the Science Mill, a non-profit, STEM-focused science center in Johnson City, Texas. Read More

Conferences for Women

Served for eight years as digital content director and social media director for the annual Texas Conference for Women, the Pennsylvania Conference for Women and the Massachusetts Conference for Women, the largest women’s conferences in the country.

McCombs School of Business

Worked with The University of Texas McCombs School of Business and design firm Lewis Carnegie to create a three-year strategic plan (which won a silver Addy Award from the Austin Advertising Federation). Read More

Reveille Peak Ranch

Served for seven years as marketing outreach/content strategist and social media manager for Reveille Peak Ranch, a 1,300-acre outdoor events center that has become a top destination for mountain bikers, race promoters and fitness-minded organizations.

Texas Medal of Arts Awards

Wrote profiles for winners of the 2009, 2011, 2015 and 2017 Texas Medal of Arts Awards presented by the Texas Cultural Trust to honor the state’s most outstanding artists. Watch a video

KUT Radio

Worked with KUT Radio to create a capital campaign case statement that defined the organization’s vision of its future home, the Belo Center for New Media, and helped KUT raise $9.8 million for the building.

Austin: Celebrating the Lone Star Millennium

Wrote profiles for 110 of the city’s most prominent businesses and organizations for “Austin: Celebrating the Lone Star Millennium,” a hardcover book showcasing Greater Austin.

Hyatt Lost Pines

Wrote copy for the initial website cross-promoting the Lost Pines region and the Hyatt Regency, highlighting the area’s history, culture, geology and events while also featuring the many amenities, activities and diversions available at the Hyatt.

360 Summits

Provided all marketing copy and content for the 360 Summit conferences, a series of annual events created to convene Austin’s industry, government and academic leaders and bridge Austin’s “old” and “new” economies.