Keeping the enthusiasm of a beginner while learning from the experience of professionals is one of the biggest challenges we face. I see my mission as bringing a storm of freshness. My passion for, and knowledge of, this era and my fellow millennials are my legitimacy. That’s my meaning and the narrative behind all my work.
I am a passionate reader. The digital age gives me access to information, stories and emotions, and I explore limitlessly the world that technology brings to me. This supplies me with endless relevant and inspiring content for your project. Allowing me to feed your team fresh ideas is the first step to finding inspiration. I am a curator who knows how to target your specific content needs. I can help you create a program, an event, content for your team, or your website. Curation is like a puzzle: you assemble the different pieces to create a complete picture.
In our digital age, what you do matters, but it’s equally important to articulate why you do it and how you contribute positively to the world. Engaging with your team, I will help you clarify the driving force behind your work, and articulate a mission statement that not only reflects your own core values, but also will serve as a guiding star in everything you do going forward. Your creation will only resonate if we understand what it stands for. Your mission is your standard for building trust.
“Mission driven.” “Transparent.” “Values oriented.” These phrases are keystones for success in the digital age, where technology now makes it possible to scrutinize everyone, every action, and everything. My research at Palomar5 on Generation Y in the workplace, along with my exploration of ‘digital hippies’ and a passion for these topics, give me a critical advantage in helping your team understand how we think, as well as what we respect, expect and envision for our lives. Empowered by a unique context, the digital generation eagerly leads the path into what’s next. By 2025, Generation Y will represent 75% of the work force. This changes everything. I want to help you embrace the new.