I am a Client Marketing Manager for IDT911. Prior to IDT911, I was the Marketing Manager for the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC), where  I led the development, research analysis and implementation of the international strategic marketing plan. Additionally, I oversaw all facets of the creative initiative – including advertising, branding, graphic design, and electronic/digital marketing. I was also the Interactive Marketing Manager for the Arizona Humane Society (AHS), the state’s largest nonprofit animal welfare. At AHS, I led the organization’s creative and interactive campaign strategy.

As a M.B.A. graduate from Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business, I focused my M.B.A. training on developing my strategic analysis and marketing strategy competencies. These skills, along with my prior eleven-year work experience and undergraduate degrees in journalism and graphic design (including HTML coding), fuels my passion for marketing, design and communication. I have evolved into three main areas: marketing, creative services and digital strategy.


My style of thinking is straightforward – communication is the key and it should be organized, logical and clear. According to the Clifton Strength Finder, my top three strengths are: learner, restorative and intellection. In other words, I love to learn and solve problems in an intellectual way.