I graduated Baylor University in 2013 with a Bachelors of Administration in Entrepreneurship and a Minor in Apparel Merchandising. My time at Baylor was one of my favorite chapters of life thus far and it is where I learned to push myself, developed my love of travel, and honed my interests in fashion, social media, and entrepreneurship. I was lucky enough to attend several study tours in locations such as London and New York City which helped me in deciding to go back to school to get my Masters in Fashion Entrepreneurship from London College of Fashion, a part of the University of the Arts network. The years between my undergraduate and post graduate degrees I worked as an Intern, Office Manager, and Marketing Coordinator. These roles allowed me to see numerous facets of a business and helped me single out my dissertation topic for graduate school. I completed my dissertation in September 2016 with a project titled “A snapshot investigation of Instagram and its Effect on Brand Equity and Sales Through a Focus on Urban Contemporary Middle Market Range Brands”. The project expanded my interest in social media strategy, marketing, and its application to fashion startups geared towards millennials and beyond. Even though my formal education has ended I believe that one should never stop learning and I am looking for a place that embraces this mindset with their employees.
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