I’m a social media strategist, and freelance writer and blogger from a small town in Manitoba. I specialize in virtual tour videos.
In 2015, I established myself as a social media strategist. The Town of Arborg, Municipality of Bifrost-Riverton, and the Central Interlake Chamber of Commerce signed me to a one-year contract.
I created their social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram), and I promoted businesses, live streamed events, posted weather alerts, etc. I was the SMS for three years for Arborg and District Multicultural Heritage Village. For all of these clients, I engaged with followers through content marketing and grew all pages organically.
I’ve been a freelancer for over eight years, contributing to the Edmonton Journal, Winnipeg Free Press, CNIB, Local Fare, ChrisD, The Enterprise, and Interlake Publishing. I also contributed to Dave Williamson’s book, Changing People’s Lives: An Illustrated History of Red River College. My photography has been published in local papers, online, and international magazines.
I have a Creative Communications diploma (journalism major) from Red River College in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After graduation, I accepted a 10-month contract with Shaw TV Edmonton as a reporter. After my contract ended, I was the freelance figure skating reporter for the Edmonton Journal – covering Kaetlyn Osmond’s breakout season. During the off-season, I covered the Edmonton football scene – from high school to the University of Alberta Golden Bears – plus the Edmonton Eddies soccer team.
When I returned to Manitoba, I accepted a three-month term with 680 CJOB as a reporter and weekend anchor.
My first pen name romance novel will be published in 2019. I have two memoirs under construction, and another romance novel in progress.
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