My Monthly Organizer

Incase you hadn't heard, I'm getting married next summer! Planning a wedding is quite a hefty task, even for the most organized individuals. In addition to wedding planning, I'm also starting my MBA at the end of August and continuing to manage and grow Digital District, plus my actual job. It's a lot, to say the least, but I'm not worried (yet). Read More >>>

Running on Empty: How to Motivate Yourself

After months of pushing through HUGE exciting projects, grad applications and a busy social calendar, my brain is fried. Sometimes I find myself sitting at my desk starring at my mile long to-do list and not getting anywhere because I'm mentally exhausted and I can't fathom where to start. You might be able to do this for a day or so, but when it starts to happen consistently, you know you have a Read More >>>

Building Your Brand: How to Create an Online Presence

This semester Elliot and I are giving a three part guest lecture series at George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs. The series is called: Establishing Your Personal Brand: How a Strategic Online Presence Can Land You a Job Before Graduation. Read More >>>

Turn Challenges into Opportunities

I was on the metro the other day and an advertisement caught my eye. It wasn't particularly clever or well designed but it had a great quote. The advertisement read, "Turn challenges into opportunities, it just takes a different perspective." Read More >>>

Creating a Team that is Built to Last

Having a successful, dedicated team of people around you can make or break your department, organization, or project, but it is very rare it will come together organically. So if it doesn't happen magically, how do you create an effective, productive team? Few people understand how to create a positive team-work focused environment and fail to foster a sense of belonging, leaving members in the Read More >>>