Ready for your next big thing?
I'll help you get there.
Remember that great boss, the one who used just the right combo of tough love and encouraging words to push you to the next level? The news director who always made the time to review your work and give you an honest critique, no strings attached?
Yeah, me neither.
My name is Emily and I know better than anyone how it feels to crave true connection in the TV business. If you only had a Fairy GodMentor to give it to you straight and help you rocket your performance to the anchor chair, the top of the newscast, or the market of your dreams.
I'm here to do just that.
Career Game Changers:
On-air performance, writing and overall presentation: TV reporters and anchors are judged on everything. That's just how it goes. You can't control what people think of you, but you can take action to present your best self. Connect to the viewers with your presence, hook them with your writing, and earn the respect of your colleagues and community with your attitude. Journalists are keen observers but the hardest part is taking stock of ourselves.
I'm here to help you do your job better.
A Wise Investment:
Don't give away a huge chunk of your hard-earned money before it's absolutely necessary. Take it from me. I was desperate for an agent early in my career because I thought they would take as much interest in my professional development as I did.
The right agent can be crucial in certain circumstances, but don't drain every single paycheck when you can get the quality, constructive feedback you need for an affordable, one-time investment.
The simple answer? Because I learned the hard way. I've been refining my craft for 15 years now, starting in high school. I've worked in markets 135, 47, 21, and at the network level, as a correspondent for ABC News.
Learn from my mistakes. Let me share the skills that propelled my career from assignment desk to network correspondent.
Word on the Street:
"Emily was a dream to work with."
"Way better than other consultants brought in by a station. I loved it!"
"She was so approachable, and her personality was inviting."