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I'm an entertainment professional with some fun experience in motion pictures and television, currently pursuing my JD at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, California.

I've interned at major film studios like Fox and Sony Pictures, supporting a range of areas in media production from creative services to strategic marketing & research.

During my position at Sony, I steered the integration of brands across numerous Sony/Columbia Pictures titles with the fabulous product placement team. 

At Sony, I also served as the Communications Chair for OUT @ Sony Pictures, the studio's LGBTQ+ employee business resource group. 

I've volunteered as a crisis line counselor and a hospice volunteer and pride myself in my ability to connect with people from all walks of life.


On April 21, 2017, I had the opportunity to give a TEDx talk at my college about my experience volunteering on a national suicide crisis line. 

What I've learned from the lines is that we can always improve the ways we listen to people dealing with mental health challenges. Listening to callers on every shift was a reminder that just being present with someone can make seemingly insurmountable strides, completely possible. 

Thank you to Cal State LA for giving students and community leaders in the Cal State LA area a chance to share their passions and teachings.

Mental health challenges touch us all.

my passions

Media & Entertainment

Mental Health

Community Service


As a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, it's imperative to me that I use my voice to foster a world that prioritizes inclusivity. 

When I was first hired at Corus Entertainment in Toronto, Canada, the company didn't have an active employee resource group (ERG) strategy.
The culmination of my experience at Sony and my drive to creative an inclusive workforce, led me to work closely with the Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Lenore MacAdam to form the company's first-ever ERG for 2SLGBTQ+ identifying employees, OUT at Corus

With the support of the EVP & CRO, Greg McLelland, OUT at Corus broke barriers at Corus. Our Pride 2021 celebrations included a virtual drag trivia night with
Canada's Drag Race star and Toronto legend Tynomi Banks, an employee screening of Gus Van Sant's Milk and a virtual media mixer for 2SLGBTQ+ identifying media professionals hosted by It Gets Better Canada's Executive Director, Omid Razavi, and current Chairperson, Bruce Glawson, who facilitated a discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion efforts at Canadian media companies with representatives from Rogers, Bell, Maple Leaf Sports Entertainment Group and CBC - the first event of its kind in the Canadian media landscape.

Thank you to my colleagues and friends at Corus Entertainment, Clare Smyth, Bailey Northcott, and Scott Thrower who championed our DEI efforts through
OUT at Corus.


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