Music is my life.

I geek out on music. More than that, I want to create a sustainable music industry. 

I am a recent graduate from St. Edward's University's MBA program with a concentration in digital media management. During that time, I was the Chief Social Officer of the MBA Student Association.

I have extensive experience working in event planning. I worked in marketing and business development at Front Gate Tickets, I served as the college marketing manager and the operations intern at Transmission Events (the team behind concerts and festivals such as Fun Fun Fun Fest), and I managed social media and marketing for indie rock band The Wheel Workers and indie concert promoters The Treaty Oak Collective and ODD HOURS.

 In late 2013, I founded Noise Pollution, a booking and promotions agency. I also acted as sales and marketing consultant for Dinolion, a boutique production company. I am currently developing a podcast called Scratch, about the intersection of music and money.

Although music is one of my great passions, I am also interested in many other industries. I enjoy learning and being challenged. Let's talk more.