Thank you for your interest in learning more about who I am. I am a trailblazing entrepreneur and performer with a diverse background in marketing and creative arts.
Currently, I hold the role of Division President of CSD Social Venture Fund, making me one of the few BIPOC Deaf women in these leadership positions.
My artistic talents are widely recognized, especially in my American Sign Language music videos and work as Creative Director and performer on The Rosa Lee Show.
I've always been passionate about creativity and entrepreneurship, and over the past 20 years, I've honed my skills in digital and social media marketing, video and film production, advertising, content development, entertainment, event planning, and graphic design. I have also established a magazine, a Deaf music camp, and a one-woman show that ran for 17 years.
I earned my bachelor's degree in Social Work from the Rochester Institute of Technology and my master's degree in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling from Western Oregon University. These academic achievements have helped me navigate the business world with a unique perspective, and I'm grateful for the opportunities that they've provided me.
I'm inspired to continue my passion for creativity and entrepreneurship, and my leadership in the venture capital and marketing industries serves as a testament to my hard work and dedication. I hope to continue to inspire others to pursue their dreams and make their mark on the world.