Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of special moments with clients, past and present: (Click on any image to open the gallery.)
It was an honor to meet and interview James Hayney, Abraham Lincoln presenter. The cover story appeared in the July/Aug 2018 issue of Celebrate Gettysburg magazine.
New Year, New Organizational Habits: Leading a Bullet Journaling workshop at the Adams County Arts Council, Gettysburg
Back to School: Speaking on a PR panel for students at Harrisburg Area Community College.
This amazing young lady, Miriam, was my marketing/PR intern for 3 years. Summer of 2016, we celebrated her milestones–earning her Ph.D. and landing her first full-time position in Washington, D.C.
A friendship forged on festivals: Years ago, when I organized downtown festivals for Main Street Gettysburg, which morphed into The Gettysburg Festival, I met Mary Beth–one of our most dedicated volunteers. In Sept of 2016, I had the pleasure of volunteering for Carlisle’s Harvest of the Arts organized by Mary Beth, via Carlisle’s Main Street organization. Isn’t life funny?!
Preparing marketing materials for the incredibly talented Dr. Rita Tempel, Gettysburg Smiles. She is currently working on becoming the fifth accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry in the state of Pennsylvania.
Instagram for Artists: Sharing social media strategy and tips for artists, via workshops held at the Adams County Arts Council, Gettysburg PA.
Celebrate Gettysburg editor Krista Scarlett and I enjoy debuting the Nov/Dec 2015 issue at “Behind the Cover,” held at Lark, Gettysburg
Promoting an event with former White House Chef Walter Scheib
Learning the ropes at Susquehannock Climbing & Fitness Center for a freelance writing assignment for TheBurg, Harrisburg.
Co-chairing a fundraising event with author Kelly Corrigan to benefit the Adams County Arts Council
Lisa Cadigan, board member of the Adams County Arts Council , presents the nonprofit’s annual Applause Award (volunteer of the year)… so honored
Coordinating a media event featuring Gettysburg Mayor William Troxell presenting James Earl Jones with a key to the city
Career Day: Speaking to central PA students about being a freelance writer!
Attending client Susquehanna Style magazine’s Celebrate Women event with “friends.”
What a pleasure, working with Robb Mackes of HSLANJ (2012 to present)!
Spotted: A restaurant review I wrote for Susquehanna Style magazine, framed and displayed in THEA, Mechanicsburg, PA.
BuJo Workshop: Sharing creative writing and organizing skills via a Bullet Journaling Workshop, Adams County Arts Council, Gettysburg PA.
Adams County Habitat for Humanity Award for 3 years of volunteer work as PR Chair
Serving on the Board of Directors, PR Chair, Adams County Habitat for Humanity
Speaking at Celebrate Gettysburg magazine’s Behind the Cover event
Volunteer Fun: Prepping for a gala at the Adams County Arts Council, Gettysburg PA.
Providing PR for a John Pizzarelli jazz concert
Developing a year-long marketing campaign focused on Straight No Chaser’s concert at Gettysburg Festival
Developing a successful marketing and PR campaign for Gettysburg Festival’s Straight No Chaser concert
Public speaking engagement with Stacey Green of the Gettysburg Optimist Club
Leading social media workshops with Adams County Arts Council staff
With Celebrate Gettysburg magazine editor Krista Scarlett, at a Behind the Cover event
Coordinating live television coverage for Gettysburg Festival, as the Executive Director is interviewed
Promoting a dance master class for aspiring dancers with Suzanne Farrell
Backstage with Joan Myers Brown, founder of modern dance company Philadanco
Captured this image of beloved Abraham Lincoln presenter Jim Getty while serving on the Historic Gettysburg Railroad Station’s Rededication Committee, Nov. 2006
Served on the Historic Gettysburg Railroad Station’s Rededication Committee, which planned community events celebrating the $2.7 million project’s completion