Q. What will you do at Cutline?
I just started as an intern, where I assist with everything from coverage tracking to media lists and more, for consumer tech companies ranging from home finance software to an electric aircraft developer!
Q. What's your greatest moment in PR so far?
PR is new to me, but I was able to draft a pitch for one of my clients on my second day! I consider that a win!
Q. Who do you love to follow on Twitter and why?
I haven’t been a big Twitter user since high school, where I followed @newyorktimes @huffpostmedia and @CNNBreakingNews to mainly to stay on top of election news. And of course, @cuteEmergency for puppies, @FearAverage for motivation and @FRIENDSshowsays for my daily intake of “Friends” quotes. 🙂
Q. What's the one gadget service you wish someone would come up with?
A personal drone delivery service! It’d be great if a drone could take my personal belongings to and from places for me (e.g. gym bag, packed lunches) so I wouldn’t have to lug around everything with me at all times!
Q. Android, iPhone, or other?
My phone history includes the Razor, Samsung Glide, and Android HTC. I finally transitioned to the iPhone right before starting college. Ever since then I’ve stayed #TeamApple and now own a Macbook Air, Apple Watch, and my third iPhone.
Q. What's your favorite thing about living in the Bay Area?
Like Washington D.C., San Francisco attracts so many change-makers, innovators, and industry leaders. It’s a personal goal of mine to attend events and connect with people so I can stay inspired! While in the District, much of my time was spent at monuments and in museums, but here in the Bay Area I look forward to checking out the hiking trails, beaches, and vineyards when I want to escape the city hustle & bustle.
Q. What do you love to do when you're not working?
I recently picked up photography, so I love to grab my lens and explore beautiful landscapes. When I’m not out and about, you can find me at SoulCycle or join me in a Disney movie marathon.