You're probably wondering how I ended up here. Well, rewind the tapes.
After graduating High School and then moving to Peru for two years, I thought my future would be quite different than it now is (no surprised). After moving back to the U.S., I began working at a bank - thinking that I had found my steady future. I stepped away from the university due to me climbing the glamorous corporate ladder to a management position in less than a year. Things were going well you might say for a 21 year old kid. I had a good job and my first side hustle (a bespoke suit company) was treating me rather nicely.
A year and a half passed by and that bright future of banking just seemed sluggish and boring. I wanted to fill a creative itch that in no way would ever be filled within banking. I loved finding new ways to sell, new ways to coach; I enjoyed experimenting - but there was no creative outlet permitted to do so. "Go back to school" popped into my head one stale morning at work. I pulled up the list of majors and planned to go A - Z. "Accounting... nope!" The following major was Advertising. I read through the classes offered, looked into the AdLab, and instantly knew it was what I was missing. I re-enrolled at BYU and dove into the major.
Finally, we are here. I've found a way to combine my creative desires and innovative thinking through being a strategist. That same passion to experiment, think ahead, and challenge thoughts - has circulated the ice in my veins and structured the curious planner that I am.