So I began my career in media while at Spelman College. I had a few internships throughout college but my biggest opportunity came my Junior year when I got the chance to work for Cartoon Networks digital team at their headquarters in Atlanta. That's when I first realized that I had a passion for both television and digital media. After graduation in 2013, I moved to New York to start the NBC Page Program, a post grad program for those wishing to pursue a career in media. I then left NBC in 2014 and moved over to Showtime where I had the chance to help manage their e-commerce site for fans of their shows and their internal sales teams.Read More
Give your best career advice for the millennial girl who is trying to navigate within corporate.
I think the best piece of advice I can give anyone is that, sometimes, you have to TAKE what you want. If I didnt go to that career fair, I probably wouldnt be where I am today. I was definitely the only freshman in the room but that didnt matter to me. What mattered was that I knew what I wanted. To piggyback off that, in order to take what you want, you must be focused. I knew Google was the goal, so I focused on that, solely. This may not work for everyone, but I knew that was what I wanted so that’s where I put majority of my effort.Read More
To kick off the beginning of April and my #WerqueLikeABoss career series, I thought it would be a great idea to share some lessons and accomplishments that happened during my Q1.Read More