I have spent more than 25 years in communications. I started as a sports writer, before transitioning to various corporate communications roles at serval leading global and domestic organizations. I am highly accomplished, well-respected and have a deep passion for his work.
Most recently, I spent six years at Lincoln Financial Group. In my role, I served as head of External Communications, responsible for leading and supporting corporate and business line external communications plans. Specifically, I managed media relations outreach, social media strategies, crisis communications and proactive issues management strategies. In addition, I provided senior executives with communications counsel on high profile issues that included business changes, litigation and regulatory issues.
Prior to joining Lincoln Financial in 2012, I served as vice president of External Affairs at AXA Equitable. During my tenure, I was responsible for a team that managed external communications for the U.S. subsidiary of French-owned parent company, AXA Group.
Earlier in my career, I served in numerous internal and external communications roles at American International Group (AIG) and Prudential Financial.
In 2014, I was named a member of the prestigious Arthur W. Page Society, an organization consisting of top communicators from Fortune 500 corporations. More recently, I was named a member of Wisemen, the oldest public relations leadership group in New York City.
I graduated from Thomas Edison State College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities, and I also studied Literature at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.
In November 2017, I was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease. I decided at that time to step away from my profession and fight what was ahead of me. It has been an amazing journey that has changed me forever, and I am now ready and excited to get back to the work I love.