what can i say?
A lot actually because i became a serious business asset during my tenure here. Uber was one of the wildest rides i've ever been on. what came out of it was a neverbeforecouldyouhaveeverstudiedwhathappenedinbusinessschool kinda experience where i picked up crisis communications and a lot of street smarts. I also picked up an MBA certificate in leadership from harvard business school during this time. Shout out to Frances Frei for making it possible.
Oh, I also pitched and rolled out Uber's social impact marketing strategy to marketing leadership and our ceo at the time <--Not joking. Here's some select work that came out during my tenure as an uber driver <--that was a joke.
Adulting is hard—The months of May and June signify a time for college kids to walk down the aisle to adulthood. So how can Uber grab new grads' attention and make them think of their app as the go-to transportation option for their summer adventures?
Social post copy: Graduation ✔️ Grad night ✔️ Morning after tacos ✔️#AdultingCanWait 😮🌮 #ClassOf2017
SOCIAL POST COPY: life is a highway, let's getaway from where we're heading 😎#ADultingcanwait 🤙#classof2017
SOCIAL POST COPY: Request a ride for one last epic adventure 😮 #AdultingCanWait #ClassOf2017
SOCIAL POST COPY: Request a late night Uber ride for one last food run 🙅♀️#AdultingCanWait 🙅♀️#ClassOf2017
Women who rule
This was a content series I pitched in partnership with women of uber. Uber's female business resource group. The series ran four stories about four female Uber execs during women's history month. Here's one of the exec's I had the pleasure of interviewing.