Converse: I am currently the Brand Product Presentation Supervisor at Converse Columbus. My job is to ignite sales, execute floor-sets, uphold the Converse visual standards, orchestrate aesthetics in the store to amplify each products best/most sell-able qualities.
Ellen Christine Couture: From April 2018-July 2018 I was a marketing intern for the great milliner Ellen Christine. I handled advertisements, photo-shoots, magazine inquiries,and personal deliveries. On top of these tasks, I also was in charge of web design, and graphic design. This job challenged me to constantly adapt and improve as a worker… Compartmentalize as Ellen would say. The art of moving from one thing to the next without hesitation. In July 2018 I started a new position with Ellen: head of IT. It is a small operation at Ellen Christine, so I handle the website and other technical issues from Ohio.
Retazo.co: From April 2018-July 2018 I was the administrative assistant for Retazo. This means I coordinate the communication. With members of the team being in Arizona, Puerto Rico, and New York, communication can be very difficult. It is my job to keep up to date with what has to be done and then try to make sure everybody is effectively communicating.
Homan’s Poultry: I then accepted a job to pack eggs for Homan’s Poultry, also in St. Henry, Ohio. I packed eggs from 2013-2015. This job required me to work in a factory like atmosphere. Eggs would flow down a belt and then into crates which I would then pack in a skid that a truck driver would pick up every couple of days.
Village of St. Henry: I did two stints with the Village of St. Henry (the summers of 2015 and 2016). Here I was a public works employee: doing various tasks around the village. The tasks could be anything from mulching parks, to pouring sidewalks, to installing street tiles, to cleaning grates.
Speedway: I worked at a Speedway convenience store during the summer of 2017 while I was in Lima, Ohio for classes. Here, I worked the cash register, ensured replacement product was ordered, and set displays.
Osterholt Sales & Service: My father owns an auto body shop in my hometown: St. Henry, Ohio. I helped him, after school, from 2010-2013. Working from a young age taught me that there was no such thing as an excuse.