Hello and welcome!
This portfolio is a snapshot of my personal and professional projects to give you an idea of the kind of work I enjoy. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Be kind to you,
Kansas Prevention Collaborative
Designed to support statewide prevention work, this website is sleek and easy to navigate. In addition to the website redesign, my team also created a new logo and and style guide. Click here to check it out.
Kansas Public Health COllaborative
This project’s goal was to create a resource for local health departments throughout Kansas. It highlights upcoming events and trainings, provides toolkits, and tells public health stories. My team worked on the graphic design, built the website, and helped them develop a marketing and communication strategy. Click here to learn more.
KNow More Kansas
KnowMoreKS.org is a website designed to highlight awareness campaigns and provide resources & promotional materials to others. Click here to learn more.
This is a statewide project focusing on creating a system of care for children and youth with mental health experiences and their families. As part of this project, I oversaw the rebranding and marketing material development. I also facilitated an annual youth mental health art showcase that was displayed all over the state, including at the Capitol Building in Topeka, KS. The grant cycle for this project ended in March of 202. Click here to learn more.
This lightning talk on vulnerability stretched me personally and professionally and inspired me to new levels of authenticity in storytelling. Click here to watch.
I was privileged to be part of this anthology on mental health. It has been reviewed on both Goodreads and Amazon.
This is what we’re working with
This blog, published in July of 2018, details an experience I had at a Take Back the Night march. Click here to read more.
Mentor Kansas Communication Strategy
This communication strategy was created for Mentor Kansas to implement over a three-year period. It is geared toward helping them build partnerships and meaningful connections within Kansas. Learn More
Hope Starts Now Campaign
This campaign was created for mothers and young women experiencing opioid use disorder. It ran statewide in both English and Spanish and reached 4+ million impressions in the short time it was live. Learn More
Rupture and repair
This is my first solo book, published in March of 2019. It’s a collection of poetry and was an amazing experience to write. I’ve been grateful to see it warmly received. You can check out reviews on both Goodreads and Amazon.
Dear Stranger: Kansas 2018 Suicide Prevention PSA
I wrote and produced this short film in partnership with the Kansas Prevention Collaborative and the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services. Click Here to watch.
Dr. linda Chamberlain Website Design
I had the privilege of designing this website for Dr. Chamberlain, a scientist specializing in trauma and resilience building. Click here to check it out.
Kansas Support Groups
My team and I were able to update this website to its current iteration, including a rebrand and marketing strategy. It is a statewide database that provides information on local support groups. It also highlights monthly awareness campaigns. Click here to take a look.
The Kansas PeriNatal Quality Collaborative
This website was designed to support the work of KPQC in providing resources to health professionals working with infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS). Click here to learn more.
This HCBS Medicaid website was built to support the implementation of Final Rule in Kansas. Click here to learn more.
A State of Flux: What’s Going on in Kansas?
There is a short list of things Kansas is known for: wheat fields, Wyatt Earp, the KC Royals, basketball, disastrous tax experiments, and now an official resolution to “oppose all efforts to validate transgender identity.” Click here to read.
Stop what you’re doing
This blog, published in March of 2019, talks about my internalized messaging and the societal pressure to “fix” ourselves. Click here to read.