As a customer-focused manager with an 18-year track record of business success, I believe in the importance of connecting brands with communities to create lasting change for people and our planet. I am a visionary and entrepreneur who is known for boosting revenue generation through effective marketing solutions and thoughtful business planning that put customers first.
Our program has been named a National Model Undergraduate Program for excellence in entrepreneurship education by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), as well as a national Top 25 Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Program by the Princeton Review. In 2010, our program was featured by Fortune magazine as one of five schools to consider when studying entrepreneurship. These awards and distinctions place Belmont's Thomas F. Cone Sr. Center for Entrepreneurship among the most exceptional entrepreneurship programs in the country.
Oversees business operations for real estate sales and investments. Plans and implements marketing and client engagement efforts to support the company’s brand, goals, and vision. Establishes cross-functional communication to ensure alignment of marketing and advertisement initiatives with business requirements.
Owned and operated a coffee company, ensuring outstanding customer service, daily operations, and planning. Managed business/financial accounts, developed vendor relations, and established processes for effective workflow. Launched a catering service for special events within the local community.
The Urban Board serves in an advisory capacity to the City Council in making recommendations on Plan Amendments and Zoning Requests, also on Site Plans in the Central Edmond Urban District and Capital Improvements in the Urban District.
Appointed by Ward 1 Council Member.
Cycle 66 is a new urban / rural bicycling tour along historic Route 66 and beyond. Beginning and ending in Downtown Edmond, Cycle 66 offers three distinct routes for all experience levels and raises funds for worthy causes in our community.
Route Designer and chairman of the Route and Safety Committee as well as serving as an executive board member.
Promote active membership in the board from qualified persons by educating members of their benefits from such memberships; serve as host to those in attendance at Board functions.
The MSLOK Research & Development Committee is composed of at least nine Participants and Subscribers appointed by the MLSOK President. The duty of the committee is to review and evaluate new products, assure that technology needs are met, evaluate enhancements to the MLS service and system and whatever other issues arise within the nature of products, services and technology for both the corporation and it's members.
This committee was established in 2006, and is charged with reviewing and providing recommendations to the City Council regarding bicycle safety, education and the utilization of bicycle trails, lanes and paths. All interested in bicycling are encouraged to attend a regular scheduled meeting.
Helped connect the community and its resources with Edmond Public Schools teacher, student and school needs in pursuit of the highest level of academic excellence.