Uncovering Our Limitless Potential
WHAT I DO...
I'm following my passions and doing what my heart says are the right things including
BRITESIDE WEB DESIGN
I'm kind of a unicorn, over the last 20 years I've worked between Marketing and IT so, I can focus on marketing results, and explain technical content to non-tech people, better than many of my peers.
SOCIAL NOTES HOUSTON
Social Notes distributes a monthly email newsletter, with it's newly redesigned website and Facebook Group I'm looking to expand Social Notes to include regular community gatherings.
MAVEN & POTTS
Our first issue, code name #cherrypie, will be available soon. Sign up for the Maven & Potts mailing list if you'd like to be reminded when the first issue is released.
WOMEN IN TRANSIT
This could mean all sorts of things - career changes, life changes, moving past a big birthday, starting a business, transgender women making a physical transition, women returning from military service, etc.
Women in Transit on Facebook
THE BIG BURLY PROJECT
BURLESQUE = TRANSFORMATION + EMPOWERMENTⒸ
The BIG Burly Project
I've volunteered for an all girls youth group, a parents organization, a group supporting veterans, and more recently with the Bayou City Performing Arts working on their marketing & communications.
Everyone goes through transitional phases in life, cis and trans women alike, and it’s easy to lose yourself during the process of finding the real you. Low self-esteem or a negative self-image can impact how we parent, our openness towards friends, how we love, and how we allow ourselves to be loved, it alters our perception of worthiness in all of our relationships. I’ve developed a workshop series, a Facebook group, and blog to support women in transition.
Fur Babies - Meow + Woof
HEY, I WROTE THIS...
Here's the posts that started it all.
GET IN TOUCH...
To discuss how we can work together, send me a message.
WHAT THEY SAID...
The Bravely Bare audiences had this to say about the show.
"A powerful honest reflection of the very personal life experiences of the performers. Their stories were thought provoking and engaging. The stories breathe new life into very real issues still facing women today, across generational and social boundaries."
"Very powerful! I was taken aback at first with the honesty. But the journey was very illuminating and informative. It changed my views about many things. The show was a triumph. It's impromptu moments were candid and left a positive impression."
"They were very moving and personal which fit well with the intimate setting of The Firehouse Theatre. The stories being broken into two performances with the undressing, tearing down of the person, exposing themselves and the overcoming, putting their lives together as they dressed up was interesting and added a lot to the show."
"Very raw and emotional. Theses women showed their true selves and that they are more powerful because of their challenges. Completely changed the game as far as burlesque or theatre."