AIESEC International Public Relations Summit

Establishing a consistent brand reputation for an organization that spans over 110 countries and 60,000 members is no easy feat. Continue Reading →


My AIESEC Internship in New York!

Thought I’d share some my experience in moving abroad to work in New York for 6 months in 2014!  Continue Reading →



Errr, what, me? Moving to New York City, all by myself? I don’t know if I can handle it… I think most people would jump at the chance to move to New York, but for me it came with a lot of hesitation and anxiety. I’ve never been an adventure seeker and never considered moving anywhere outside of Vancouver for most of my life so the idea of leaving my friends, family, possessions, and everything I’m accustomed to was scary. I was scared to accept the job offer, but equally scared to miss out on this opportunity. But with the support and encouragement from the people I loved, of course I said yes! Continue Reading →


AIESEC SFU General Assembly – Presentation

Being involved with AIESEC, a student-run international organization, definitely changed my life and made university a great experience for me so I was delighted when AIESEC SFU invited me to speak at their monthly General Assembly as the alumni speaker. Continue Reading →


AIESEC Coastal Conference 2012

AIESEC Coastal Conference brings together over 100 undergraduate students from the coastal region of North America to prepare them for the responsibilities of being an AIESEC member. Continue Reading →

AIESEC award

AIESEC SFU won the Communications Award

Everybody strives to be in the spotlight, but not everyone receives it or is worthy of it. So don’t do things because you expect to be recognized for it. Just be the best you can be and that’s all you can do! Continue Reading →


AIESEC Canada Webinar

In my role as the National Director of Communications for AIESEC Canada, I was in charge of training 28 communication teams across Canada on effective strategies for social media, student recruitment and public relations. Continue Reading →


Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.

Today is the last day of my term as VP Communications for AIESEC SFU in 2010-2011. It’s a sad day because I grew so close with my team over the year. Continue Reading →