Brand Manager & Assistant Account Manager
Why did you join the BLM crew? What drew you to the business?
I wanted to join Bottom Line Marketing when I was working as a marketing coordinator for a client of BLM’s. I worked with BLM on a daily basis, and I admired that BLM knew every “nook and cranny” of marketing, especially geared towards the jewelry industry. I knew I wanted to gain the same wisdom and work alongside their amazing team someday.
What is your favorite part of coming to BLM everyday?
Collaborating with the talented staff as well as working with a variety of clients. I check off my to-do lists with a “heck yes” attitude knowing that I made my clients life less stressful and more rewarding – that is what it is all about!
What do you most enjoy about being on the BLM team?
The culture, 100%. It cannot be beat. A true work hard, play hard mentality.
Who would you cast to play you in a movie about your life? What genre would it be?
I would cast SJP (circa 2000) to play myself in a movie. It would be a drama like Sex & The City (original, not the remake), but I’d eliminate all of the heartbreak scenes.
If you could have any superpower, what would it be? Why?
I would like to be able to teleport so I can see my family and travel the world in a matter of seconds.
What word would you add to the dictionary? What does it mean?
ThingyMajig - it is the item that you know you need but can’t think of the word so you say “hey go grab me that thingymajig from the garage”
What was your favorite cartoon growing up?
How do they get the deer to cross at that yellow road sign?
Sprinkle corn across the road
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a real estate agent. Let’s just say, been in that industry, done that, and don't want to go back!
Where can we find you when you aren’t at BLM?
When I am not at BLM, I am either at the gym, walking my dog on a long walk, or shopping… yeah definitely shopping.
You're stuck in the woods for three days, do you survive?
There might be a few tears along the way, but yes I will 100% survive.
If you weren’t working for BLM, what would you be doing?
I would be a jewelry buyer.