During my year as President of the Rotary Club of Portland, our club was recognized in Rotary International’s monthly magazine, The Rotarian, with an article on our (successful!) efforts to broaden the (incorrect) perception of what a Rotarian is in today’s world.
Mic reached out to me for a quote for their article on fighting bias in startup funding.
I was featured in Portland Monthly‘s recurring series Rainmakers: Profiles in Profit, highlighting my work in 3D animation and talking about Creative Leadership.
And Portland Business Journal announced the beginning of my term with Qcut.
My true passion for motorsports — it’s quite simply math at 200mph — led me to write a few posts.
On a day the interwebs called out to women for #mynerdstory, I posted “My zig-zag path to a techcentric career”.
In June 2013, The Portland Business Journal published an article featuring me elaborating on digital storytelling.
I won an Orchid Award in 2011 also from the Portland Business Journal.
When I was focused on spreading the word about Ethnographic Animation, I co-authored an article with Vanessa Van Edwards, a behavioral and body-language expert, titled “Ethnographic Animation: How Reality and Animation Collide” for the Huffington Post.
I’ll always be a supporter of broadening the access to and amplification of those whose voices haven’t traditionally been heard in film, television and media, and so I’ll forever be honored that I’ve gotten to sponsor and be the occasional emcee at POWfest (Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival) for a number of years.