In addition to project management, I help create PR strategies, written content, social media, website front-end development, and more.
Before starting full-time at Jendi Coursey Communications, I was earning my Bachelor’s degree in Sociology at Sonoma State University. This is where I developed my passion for seeing the big picture–it allowed me to understand how to better connect the smaller pieces.
When I am not at work, I can be found with my German Shepherd, Watson, on a walk or curled up together reading a book.
Getting PersonalQUIRKS AND ALL
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Ability to function without coffee 0 %
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Fun FactsGet to Know the REAL Me
Professional Dog Stalker
Yes, I am that person who has to exitedly point out every dog I see. I can’t help it. I see a dog and it is love at first sight.
Always On Time
When I say on time I really mean at least 10 minutes early. If you aren’t early you are late. The idea of eating snails is honestly more appealing than the idea of being late to anything.
Some may say obsessive, but I prefer laser-focused (sounds way cooler!). When I get started on a project, movie, book, tv show, etc. I have to see it through. Whatever the thing is in that moment becomes my whole world. Good luck trying to pull me out of it.
I was lucky to be raised by two heavy readers who taught me how exciting it can be to get lost in other worlds – fictional or real. In the wise words of Atticus Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it”. Books have the magical ability to allow us to step into another person’s skin.
Some may call it research, but that makes it sound boring. I prefer to call myself an information sleuth. Tracking down information makes me feel like Nancy Drew solving a mystery.
I don’t have a problem with caffeine. I have a problem without it. My theory is that anything is possible… with enough coffee. I have spent the last ten years testing this theory.