Most people overestimate the value of access to information and underestimate the value of access to each other.

Clay Shirky

 

 

Aimee believes in the power of good storytelling.

Whether you're making a career change, pitching a startup venture or chatting to a neighbor at the grocery store, the story you tell is how you'll be remembered. 

Aimee has over a decade of experience leading corporate marketing, communication and operations initiatives on the West coast.  When life brought her to the Midwest, she discovered a love for community engagement, economic development, entrepreneurs and the scrappy city of St Louis.  Now she helps individuals and ventures prioritize their needs and tell their stories so that others can help them connect to the resources they need to grow.

Aimee is proud to work with the following partners and community organizations:

Prosper Women Entrepreneurs, Director Prosper Institute

Y Community Literacy Program, Board Member

Regional Arts Commission, Review Panel

YWCA Y-Teens Emerging Entrepreneurs, Competition Judge

Young Non-Profit Professionals Network, Blog Out Load Host Committee

Washington University Women's Mentoring Program

University City Family Church