Blogging, product marketing, category maps, search engine optimization, keyword research, and more!
Check out designs for Twitter ads, retargeting ads, sliders created in Photoshop as well as select HTML work.
A variety of examples of research, from traditional lab research to research within platforms like Google Analytics.
In this section you will find examples of my academic work. This includes business plans, history papers, presentations on a variety of different subjects, case studies on companies for classes and for competitions, and a more detailed look into some of the extracurriculars I am involved in heavily. I am currently studying at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. I am pursuing a major in Business Marketing with dual minors in History and International Affairs.
Papers on business, marketing, history, and more.
Slide decks presented in classes and on the job.
In depth case studies on businesses with suggestions for improvement.
Descriptions of extracurricular activities and highlights from them.
A few weeks ago I was planning on spending a day adventuring around Boston with one of my best friends and favorite travel companions. We were planning on getting brunch, walking some of Boston, and checking out the latest exhibit at the MIT List Visual Arts Center, when our plans got rerouted: my phone decided[…]
I have never gone on a proper road trip. Part of this, I’m sure, is because I am average (at best) at driving, but a bigger portion is that I get antsy sitting in one place for so long. While some of my more recent trips have shown me that a day of driving to[…]
There is a moment where you realize that, try as you might, you actually can’t do it all. It’s not physically possible. And if you are someone like me, this fact can be particularly crushing. For the longest time I had been trying to ‘do it all.’ I tried to perform well in my classes,[…]
People tend to think the same thing when I tell them I’m going to travel somewhere alone. They wonder why I’m unable to find any friends to go with me. Am I being unreasonable with my dates? The place I’m visiting? How much I want to spend? Am I completely unwilling to compromise and thus[…]
Earlier this year I had the fantastic opportunity to live in San Jose, California, for six months. This temporary move was definitely out of my comfort zone – my entire family and most of my friends live on the East Coast, and it would mean leaving the comfort and familiarity of Northeastern. But I decided[…]
For the majority of my life, I have lived in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Roughly a half hour’s drive away, I have had the chance to visit the city whenever I wanted to. And although I’m not remotely comfortable enough with my skills as a driver to even consider driving (let alone parking) in a[…]
For a city known for constant rain, I have had fabulous luck when visiting Seattle. The first time I visited was nearly five years ago with my parents, but recently, while living out in California, I had the opportunity to spend a long weekend in the city again. Seattle is wonderful – one of my[…]
Last summer one of my best friends interned as a computer programmer in Seattle. While I missed seeing her, I was ecstatic to hear her stories of the West Coast and the interesting places she was visiting. So when I moved out west, I instantly asked her what her favorite trip was – and without[…]
What’s most important for your work and life? This is the question Tom Rath helps readers answer in his newest book, ‘Are You Fully Charged?’ Broken into three sections, Meaning, Interactions, and Energy, Rath explores the different ways people approach their work and life, and to what degree each of these methods is best suited for[…]
During my second year at Northeastern, I befriended some engineers. Something I noticed quickly was that in addition to co-ops and clubs, the majority of them were trying to get involved in the same thing: research. But as a business student, I hadn’t thought much of participating in research – it seemed like something only[…]