WHO WE ARE
From cooperate America to making her own rules. Tamika always knew that a 9-5 just wouldn't fit her. She is the type of woman that goes after what she wants, even if that means "breaking outside of the box". After working as a manager for a car company, she decided that enough was enough. She was not fulfilled, and felt like her talents were going to waste. So she quit, and become a full-time freelancer. After a year of figuring it out, she decided to go back in corporate public relationships. To perfect her craft, strengthen her network and gain experience with large scale campaigns. "What advice would I give to a young professional?' is the question that also motivated Tamika to start this blog. She wants to share her experiences with other young professionals who may be going through the same journey of figuring out "What's next"?.
Tamika obtained her Bachelors of Arts in Journalism, with a minor in history from Northern Illinois University in 2014. Her professional experience includes social media management, client management, product growth and development, public relations, marketing strategy, event planning and execution.
From the Motor City to the Windy City and back again… Iesha is the type of woman that knows what she wants and then goes out to get it. Like every young professional, Iesha has faced many
obstacles while chasing her dreams. Her love for connecting and helping others led her to
blog about her experience, hoping to inspire and motivate other young professionals in the
work place. “What advice would I give to a young professional?” That is the question that
motivated Iesha to talk about life after college. Her purpose is to shed light on the transition
young professionals face while exiting college life and entering into what people consider
“the real world”.
Iesha obtained her Bachelors of Arts in Communications from Bowling Green State
University in 2014 and then obtained her Masters of Science in Communications from
Northwestern University in 2015. While living in Chicago she began to pursue her career in
public relations, working within the public affairs industry. She now works at public relations agency and freelances with local businesses and artists in Detroit.