About Me

Experienced marketing and communications leader with a demonstrated history of agency and in-house success. Skilled in Digital Strategy, Corporate Communications, Brand Strategy, Writing, Executive Communications, and Creative Design.

My Latest Work

Viewing Business through an Inclusion Lens: Quick Tips from Maggie Lower

Maggie Lower is Chief Marketing Officer at Hootsuite, a global leader in social media management solutions. In her role as a key member of the executive leadership team, Maggie oversees Hootsuite’s overall brand strategy, communications, events, and more.

Maggie has been a leading voice in the LGBT+ community for many years. She is an executive mentor at RAHM, a global network that revolves around connecting, inspiring and supporting the present and future generation of LGBT+ leaders. Maggie ha

Are Chief Diversity Officers necessary for a company's DEI ambitions?

In recent years, organizations have been evolving how they operate in regards to inclusion and representation as they make significant efforts to ensure diversity is embedded in the organization and organizational culture. One step many organizations have made is bringing on a Chief Diversity Officer to introduce, execute, and manage all efforts related to maintaining an inclusive work environment for all. There has been additional conversation surrounding diversity as a part of every organizati

Pride Month Interview with Meghan Stabler

Meghan Stabler is Senior Vice President at BigCommerce, one of the world’s leading SaaS eCommerce platforms where she leads Global Product Marketing and Communications. She has a longstanding history of action in driving diversity, equity, and inclusion. Meghan has been a leading voice for the LGBT+ community for many years.

Audeliss was thrilled to facilitate Meghan’s appointment to the Grindr Board of Directors. We got a chance to get Meghan’s thoughts on the role, the state of LGBT+ inclusio

10 years of Scholar Athletes

Living in the projects and coming from a single-parent household, Sola Perez didn’t expect to go to college. Then she joined Scholar Athletes. The non-profit, founded by Suffolk CEO John Fish in 2009, is aimed at raising academic outcomes through athletics for high school participants across the Commonwealth.

Scholar Athletes has touched the lives of more than 35,000 young people, known as Zone members, over the last decade, boosting the graduation and college acceptance rates of its members to

After a decade, Scholar Athletes and its student achievers are still reaching new heights

Scholar Athletes, a school-based program supporting academic achievement through athletics, encourages students to be their best selves, while helping them build solid foundations for successful futures. For ten years, a mix of strong role models, hard-earned lessons, and good old-fashioned hard work has allowed countless students in Massachusetts to prepare for their next chapter, all while knowing they have what it takes to achieve their goals.

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