I am the founder of Strategic Genes, a Washington, D.C. based company providing business and project management services for various industries throughout the United States. My ultimate mission is to ensure that my clients’ businesses thrive by providing them necessary organizational support, which allows the business to focus on its primary and creative goals. I have an extensive background in managing day to day operations and the strategic goals of businesses in a variety of fields, including entertainment and media, radio, health care and local government. As such, I have developed a strong expertise as a project manager for multi-faceted and complex campaigns.
I am a native of Brooklyn and, although always a New Yorker at heart, I spent some time in sunny south Florida, where I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Journalism from Florida A&M University. Since relocating to our nation’s capital in 2012, I have become an active volunteer for several organizations that are dear to my heart, including Habitat for Humanity, Food & Friends, and the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network. I am as passionate about helping people succeed in life as I am about taking a business to new heights. The greatest influences in my life are my faith, family and friends. When I’m not busy serving my clients through Strategic Genes, I love to cook and travel, all with a sense of humor and unique perspective on the world.