After 6 non-stop years of gaming PR prowess, my last day at TriplePoint was May 18th.
Good run. Time to move on.
It took me a couple weeks to be sure I haven’t made a terrible mistake, but here we are. I still reserve the right to change my mind, but it won’t change anything. It wasn’t TriplePoint, it’s me, and public relations, and 6 years of the same when my own dreams kept getting deprioritized.
Now what? I’m working on some projects of my own – writing, mostly. I’m on the verge of some impactful e-book concepts, and after working for someone else for so long, this is especially exciting.
Want in? I’ll need help soon.
Meantime, girl’s gotta eat! My SEO background (and grasp of the English language, for that matter ;) are an editor’s dream. So then, the fact that I’m looking for freelance work is inherently… a dream come true.
Seriously – my father has been a journalist for 40 years and my mom a PR pro for nearly that many. I get grammar, yo. I have 6 years experience doing PR in one of the world’s fastest moving industries, and I’m ready to hang up that hat a while. I’d also be up for contract social media work, blogging and copy writing, if asked nicely.
As for PR – my pitching arm is officially out of commission for a while.
There you have it.
So for better or worse, moving right along… THE FUTURE LOOKS FABULOUS.