Director of Marketing
I’ve had just about every job there is. I’ve run brain tests at Children’s Hospitals, ordered cadavers for Neurosurgeons at Cornell, dressed in velvet ball gowns at Disney World, roller skated through historical reenactments, been guilty of murder at a dinner theatre, recruited actors as a talent agent, earned pennies as a waitress at Planet Hollywood Times Square, taught English in a refugee camp, threw T-shirts as a Chevy girl, and offered to pour coffee in TV commercials…
I’ve got some crazy stories for you.
It probably comes as no surprise that I responded to a Craigslist ad calling for Trivia Night Hosts in Columbus, Ohio back in January 2012. I was #allin with Last Call Trivia and quickly moved on to Sales, then Management, and finally Marketing.
It really just boils down to the fact that I get bored easily. I know you’re not supposed to say that, but it’s true. I need a challenge. I need excitement. And, sometimes, I just need change.
Last Call Trivia does it all for me. This company is made up of people who are always looking forward, obsessed with being better, and never balking from change. I genuinely love this company.
Furthermore, and I feel this is important, Last Call Trivia is a family. I’ve shared some of my highest highs and lowest lows with these people and we’ve stuck together through all of it. I admire their work ethic, their honesty, and their unmistakable care for people.
Personally, I love to have dance parties in my living room, go on adventures and get lost, listen to funky jazz music all the way up, pin a bunch of DIY projects and never get around to them, play Bach cello suites because they’re all I can remember, drink scotch and sweet tea, and take boring videos of my kid right after he did something cute. Come say hi!