What have you been most excited about in joining The Vida Agency?
I previously worked with an agency that centered around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion so having a chance to once again work with an agency that centers around these beliefs was a huge factor. It’s really special to be able to adhere to those values in the work.
What are you most looking forward to learning about with TVA?
I’m looking forward to learning as much as I can around all aspects of an agency. I’m really excited to work under Lisa, who is phenomenal, and learn such a broad spectrum. I love that this is not just marketing but helping the community as well.
If you could have an endless supply of one food, what would it be?
Ramen because you can have a whole array with Ramen. Seafood, traditional Japanese style or even just a cup of noodles.
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a baker! My friend and I had a whole business plan for a bakery with signature drinks and bakery items. One of our drinks was called something that had to do with a sunrise, it was mainly just orange juice and whipped cream. I’d go to her house after school we’d have a cooking competition and serve to our older brothers.
What year would you visit if you had a time machine?
I’d want to go back to when my mom was little. I’ve seen photos of my extended family going on trips with all my aunts and uncles and seeing how life was for them would be fascinating. So, some point in the 80s.
Tell me about one thing on your bucket list.
I want to go to every Disney park in the world. I’ve been to six so far and am really looking forward to going to Tokyo Disneyland. That’s definitely my top one. The original Disneyland is my favorite I’ve been to so far and I’ll continue to go to. It’s the original where it all started. If you wanted to encompass it all, that’s where to go.