After more than 23 successful years, I left the Boston Herald in 2018 as the managing editor/creative for print and web, where I spearheaded a broad array of design initiatives across the paper’s print and online platforms. A graduate of the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University, I had worked at the newspaper since 1994. In addition to overseeing redesigns of the Herald, Jobfind and Women’s Business Journal, I also created the look for the Herald’s Hot Shots, Goodlife magazine, Champions special sports publications and the innovative Herald Radio. I was encharged with the interior design of the new corporate headquarters when the Boston Herald relocated to the Seaport District.
I'm no stranger to the runway, having emceed and judged both beauty pageants and fashion shows in the New England area for many years, supporting local talent which more often than not benefits important causes. I've also modeled for design houses and continue to freelance as a graphic designer, fashion columnist at BostonMan magazine and stylist. Currently, the Brunello Cucinelli Brand Ambassador at Saks Fifth Avenue.
New England School of Arts & Design - Graphic Design
Fashion Institute of Technology - Fashion Design
George Washington University - Computer Science
EXPERIENCE / SKILLS
Leadership + Teamwork Communication + Creativity + Self-motivation + Time Management + Graphic Design + Adaptability + Ability to Work Under Pressure + Decision Making + Conflict Resolution + Journalism + Fashion + Photography + Marketing + Computer Languages + Foreign Languages + Branding + Planning/Event Planning
AWARDS / RECOGNITION