When did you start working at TSG?
Where are you from?
What do you do at TSG?
I manage the editorial direction and content creation for the website, and write the marketing materials that represent The Scout Guide to the outside world.
How did you arrive at TSG?
When I moved to Charlottesville in the summer of 2013 I was introduced to Christy and Susie through my in-laws, who are friends of theirs. I have a background in publishing, so TSG seemed like a good fit.
What’s on your desk?
Folders containing copy in various stages of done-ness and pitches, The Scout Guide Dallas, The Scout Guide Raleigh | Durham | Chapel Hill, and The Scout Guide Cleveland, five notebooks, two calendars, a large S’well bottle, chocolate covered espresso beans, a stapler, two pencils, and $40.
Favorite vacation destination?
Words to live by?
“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” —Annie Dillard
What’s in your bag?
Two notebooks, a granola bar, Advil, Benadryl (everything gives me hives), two pairs of sunglasses, iPhone, wallet, a ridiculous number of keys to I don’t even know what.
Best part about working at TSG?
Talking to business owners across the country. They’re so inspiring, and they offer great expert advice.
What’s your TSG obsession?
Our TSG Chattanooga Editor Rodney Simmons. He has a distinct lens through which he presents his city, and I love how passionate and articulate he is about The Scout Guide and what it means to his community.
“That’s so TSG”:
I honestly can’t remember the last time I ordered something from Amazon. I love the personal interaction aspect of shopping in real life.