I am the owner of a small business called Radiance Studios LLC. My services include website and content strategy, digital marketing and personal branding, project management, and event production for small businesses and individuals. I help people identify their brand through stories that relay their authentic voice. My interest in promoting people and small businesses led me to start Vermont Womenpreneurs. VT Womenpreneurs is a digital content and event production of Radiance Studios, which includes social media coverage and a live showcase event of 20 women business owners.
Currently, I work part-time as Education and Programming Coordinator at Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility where I manage the Vermont Intern Program. I also serve as a Vermont Ambassador for Ladies Get Paid, and organize events for women to learn how to leverage their experiences and get paid.
Formerly, I was the Program Director at Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Waitsfield, VT. I oversaw every facet of the school's operation that directly impacts student learning, including development of new programs and oversight of existing curriculum and faculty as well as co-creating digital content and marketing for the school.
Prior to this role, I was the Sustainability Projects Coordinator at the University of Vermont's Office of Sustainability from 2008-2016. I helped build the department with UVM's Sustainability Director, Gioia Thompson. I served as a co-chair on the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education's (AASHE) education & professional development committee as well as a conference committee member. I was a member of the American College & University Presidents' Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) Implementation Liaison Advisory Committee. I wrote articles and presented at conference on the implementation and management of campus sustainability green funds; assembling a comprehensive database on this financial mechanism and widely used in the higher education community. I coordinated with AASHE and co-authored with five members of the Campus Green Fund Collaborative the publication of How to Guide: Campus Green Fund Implementation in 2013. The guide walked campus sustainability professionals and students through the process of campaigning, implementing, and managing a green fund on their campus.
I hold a Master of Science in Environmental Education from Lesley University and a Master of Liberal Arts in Extensions Studies with a focus on Sustainability and Environmental Management from Harvard University. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a minor in Studio Art and Honors Program recipient from the State University of New York at Geneseo. I completed a Project Management Professional Certificate at the University of Vermont and a Digital Marketing Circuit through General Assembly.
I am a Senior Fellow in the Environmental Leadership Program, a professional development network and training program for leaders in environmental and social change fields. I volunteered as a sustainability mentor to CleanTech Open Accelerator Competition and mentored social entrepreneurs participating the Wild Gift program. Current member of the National Career Development Association.
Website design, digital content and marketing strategy, career coaching, personal branding, professional portfolio development, project management, program management, consulting, knowledge management, content strategy, workshop development and public speaking, organizational management, systems thinking.