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Who Am I? 

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Communication and Coordination Specialist with over fifteen years of experience creating original content, solving difficult communication problems and connecting with people from diverse backgrounds, both locally and globally. If you really are interested in my academia, please feel free to peruse. 


Blah blah blah....The point is I am here to connect people! As much information that I can offer from my own personal experiences, there are people in the world who are much more qualified to assist with specific aspects of life. At the end of the day, the truth is, I just really enjoy helping people and throughout my professional career, this has always been a ongoing theme. 

  • Communications

  • Coordination

  • Public Speaking

  • Customer Service

  • Social Media

  • Sales

  • Strategic Planning

  • Event Planning

  • Research

  • Leadership

  • Marketing

  • Account Management

  • Microsoft Office

  • Microsoft Excel

  • Microsoft Word

  • Research

  • Budgets

  • Negotiation

  • Hospitality

  • Business Analysis

  • Public Relations

  • Team Building

  • Team Leadership

  • Photoshop

  • HTML

  • Editing

  • Data Analysis

  • Web Content Management

  • Program Coordination

  • Media Relations

  • Creative Solutions

  • New Business Development

  • Marketing Strategy

  • Direct Sales

  • Event Management

  • Google Analytics

  • Drip Marketing

  • Management

  • Sales Management

  • Business-to-Business (B2B)×

University of Calgary

2001-2004 Bachelor in Communication Studies

World Area of Native North America


The four-year program consisted of coursework in areas such as:


  • Spoken and Written Discourse

  • History of Information and Communication in Technology

  • Cultural Studies in Communications

  • International and Intercultural Communications

  • Senior Seminar in Communications 

  • Politics of the Canadian North

  • Political Statistics 

  • Indigenous Knowledge and World Medicine

  • World Affairs




"...The idea of the PostModern Sublime is hotly contested among scholars. Yet, you all made a convincing case, mostly because of [the] historical contextualization...In that way, by articulating shifts in the religio-mystical to natural to technological or man-made, students now have a working understanding of this most seductive yet deeply problematic theoretical construct, the sublime...Taking the lead on a group project and setting the tone for what's to come is, I think, the toughest job in a group presentation. Yet, you did admirably, by not only introducing the key themes and concepts, but also by your own confidence in the material. I greatly enjoyed your outline of the Romantic sublime...p.s. This is the first time in my career as a professor that I have ever seen work worth an A+." 

Professor Rebecca Sullivan, Communications Senior Seminar - University of Calgary 2004

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