Speaking Engagements & Workshops
Since the launch of Career Survival Guide, organizations have invited me to speak to their employees about career development, self-advocacy at work, D&I (diversity and inclusion), and my experiences as a TV news anchor. My past clients include AT&T, the Society for Human Resource Management, and the University of Washington.
I am currently accepting requests to speak at conferences, panels, and virtual events. If you would like to submit a speaking request, please fill out this form.
Consulting for organizations
Since 2020, I have conducted dozens of research interviews with early-career women and POC to better understand what they need to feel supported in the workplace. Drawing from this research, I work with HR professionals, hiring managers, and company decision-makers by sharing key themes from my research and strategies for retaining early-career women and POC.
Event emceeing & on-camera hosting
I currently anchor daily broadcast segments on KCTS (Seattle's PBS station), and I have also emceed several Seattle-area events since 2013. These include cultural events, pageants, and formal ceremonies. I have 9 years of on-camera experience, ranging from TV news to YouTube shows. As a journalist, I also worked as a technology reporter (2018-2019) and legislative reporter (2017).