As women, we know first impressions matter, but lasting impressions matter more.
The issue? Life is busy - balance that with constantly making comparisons and striving to look good, building relationships, and achieving success and there goes your confidence to open up and be real.
That is why we provide women with simple life hacks, so that they can overcome the pressure of perfection and empower them to embrace their gifts all the while spending time doing things that matter and bring them joy!
The left and right sides of my brain have always competed. I enjoy being creative, but appreciate structure as well. Because of this, I decided to attend Texas A&M University and pursue a business-marketing degree, but minored in Floral Design to appease my artistic side. After graduating, I moved to Houston with my husband, Preston, and worked as an account executive at an advertising agency for close to four years. This role combined my love for business and creativity. During this time, Preston and I volunteered as Young Life leaders at Memorial High School. When a full-time position opened up with them, I could not pass it up, as I am very passionate about working with teenagers. I eventually became part of the development team for the Greater Houston Region, specifically handling events to raise support for the mission. When Preston and I decided to move back to our hometown, San Antonio, I began producing for Forest & Pine video production. This position was a great fit, as it once again mixed my passion with my skill set. Plus, I love a good story (I could talk your ear off), so it is a privilege to share others’ stories.
In 2017, I decided to take all of this experience and go out on my own. My hope with Opening Statement is help you make your first impression your best. Whether it be your brand, event, or home, I look forward to working with you to help tell your story.
Not related to work, I am a sports addict, travel junkie, and margarita connoisseur. I love hanging out with my family and friends, and relish any excuse to throw a party.