I have honed my craftsmanship through my experience as a jewelry design intern for Melissa Joy Manning and artist assistant for Elizabeth Tokoly. I exhibited my creativity as a student representative at Smithsonian art and craft show. In addition, I developed a business acumen while marketing for Cumulus Media, as well as a teaching assistant for Managerial accounting at Goizueta Business School, Emory University.
I’m passionate, inspiring, optimistic and creative, while also dedicated, diligent and patient. Through observation, participation, and direct interaction with diverse styles of tackling issues, I am able to think outside of the box and hold a holistic approach to various tasks. In addition, I am good at using limited resources to respond and mitigate problems efficiently.
My multicultural background and extensive travel experiences have deeply broadened my perspectives of communication and problem-solving skills. This can be seen from arranging events to facilitating projects including organizing and coordinating Atlantan Brides Issue release party, promotion for Jezebel Magazine, as well as jewelry workshops for kids and adults. These experiences have also enhanced my ability to adapt to changing environments quickly.
My persistence and dedication can be seen through my commitment to Ballet, I have been a dancer for more than 10 years. This required self-discipline, perseverance but most importantly passion.