From government to…agency?

I’ve teased this post a few times. Like here. And here. And today, I’m finally stopping to share. In April, I left my role as the assistant director of public relations with the City of Fishers and assumed my role as the public relations manager with Well Done Marketing. And while I was thrilled for the next step in my career, many around me had one question—why would you leave a stable role in government to work at an agency? *And here we go…* Continue reading

Hustle hard.

I enjoy being busy. Which may be the worst kept secret I’ve got—but I genuinely mean it. I’m often motivated by learning something new or diving into something I’m not quite sure how to do. So, when I accepted my role with Well Done Marketing [oh, by the way, I didn’t forget I owe you an update on that—coming soon!], I was immediately excited to work with a variety of clients across different industries. And while I envisioned my freelance work would dissipate during my first year in agency world, the universe had other plans… Continue reading