I currently attend Kennesaw State University as a Graduate Student, pursuing a Master's degree in Information Systems. I am left-handed, and I play the piano. In high school, from 2005 to 2008, I served as the Chief Editor, Videographer, and Director of the Video Broadcasting Department, leading a large group of students in live production of the news, as well as producing quality projects around campus. From 2007 to 2008 I was the videographer for Junior Falcons Football, in which I filmed every game of the season and distributed DVDs. I also have web design experience, as I have created many websites both as volunteer work and as a freelancer in my community. From 2008 to 2009 I was employed at Lake Lanier Islands Resort in Season Pass Services. I took photographs and printed Park IDs, as well as performing maintenance on computer systems and managing a small group of employees. From 2010 to 2011 I worked at Target Corporation as a Photo Specialist, where I worked with advanced equipment to process digital and film photos, as well as handling customer complaints and returns. I am currently employed at Kennesaw State University at the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, a faculty development and teacher resource department. My job title there is Digital Media Specialist, and the services I provide include graphic design, video production, and the creation of promotional materials. While I do have experience being employed in both a leadership capacity and otherwise, most of my technical skill comes from passions pursued in my free time. I love all forms of digital media; I enjoy web design, video production, social media, and photography, among other fields. Technology in general is a passion of mine; I have built several computers, and I love discovering how things work, and how they can work better. I have been in several theatre productions, and I am comfortable speaking in front of an audience. I have a strong grasp of the written word, and I love to communicate my ideas.