I'm a college professor and administrator, writer, and occasional actress.
My first love is writing, which I've done on a freelance basis on and off since college. I have an MFA in Creative Writing, an MA in Mass Communication, and a BA in Psychology.
I worked in broadcast operations for most of my career, but I've also done production, editing, promotion, ad/PR, Web content, technical writing/editing, radio announcing, sales, transcription, taught martial arts, worked as an animal behaviorist and vet tech and probably some things I've forgotten,
I'm a proud Gen-Xer who loves reading, writing, 80s music, history, watching the Discovery Channel, tech gadgets, learning random crap (I'm a knowledge junkie), cuddling my cats and hanging out with my son (when he can squeeze me into his calendar). My main hobby? Sleeping.
UPDATE (April 2019): Yeah, I haven't updated in a while, but there isn't much to add. My full-time job (and part-time job) pretty much keep me from any production gigs, but I will try to get my blog going again (started in May; we'll see how it goes). I'm also authoring an essay for someone else's book, and I will post an update on that once it's out. My other writing gigs are mostly reviewing textbooks. I work primarily for Oxford University Press and a number of companies representing multiple academic publishers. As a textbook junkie, that's a lot of fun.
My episode of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is available on Netflix. It's #213 "Kimmy Finds her Mom!"
(More pix on UKS page) and is on Blu-ray.
Ballers (HBO). I think my episode is #210 (which I believe they call #20 in HBO Land, "Game Day"). Not that it matters because you can't see me in it. Like, at all. I'm on a plane with the stars behind me. Considering a PA was pretty much on my lap, I'm guessing I was waaaay off camera. But I got to meet some awesome people and cultivate my new Miami set peeps. Very fun day with new friends.
Barely Famous (VH1). My episode (#202) has aired and is available to stream on their site and Amazon.