Meet the Team: Paige
We’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled blog content here in July to introduce y’all to the Raven Creative team! First up is Paige Donnell from Paige|PR.
Title: Principal of Paige|PR
What Your Title Actually Means:
I collaborate with Raven on big picture strategies and ideas and help communicate them effectively to various audiences.
Other Titles You Use in Life:
Wife, Daughter, Mom, Boss
How Did You Get Connected to Raven Creative:
Fun nights after college!
How did you get started in your career/area of expertise?
I think I’ve always known I had it in me to run my own business. It wasn’t until my colleagues started asking for my presence at the table did I really take myself seriously. After I realized that I was a valuable member to any organization, I decided to market myself to other companies.
What are some of your biggest professional victories?
The fact that my business, focusing on the oil and gas industry, has thrived in a downturn for the last four years.
What are some of the best lessons you’ve learned in your professional life?
My gut instinct is ALWAYS the right one, even if it seems like I react too quickly.
What does being a creative partner mean to you?
I’m able to share my ideas without judgment – good ideas or bad. Oftentimes, the bad ideas turn out to be pretty great when you work through them and collaborate with other creative individuals.
Oftentimes, the bad ideas turn out to be pretty great when you work through them with other creative individuals. Click To Tweet
What are your go-to resources for getting work done?
What’s in your purse?
Lip gloss, ear buds and junk. No debit card; I seem to lose that on a weekly basis.
What TV boss would you want to work for?
What were you doing for fun in 2001?
Planning to go to college!
What are you doing for fun in 2016?
Working for Paige|PR and collaborating with Raven Creative!
What’s the one thing you’re telling everyone about right now?
Don’t settle for less as a female and a mom in your industry. You can have your cake and eat it too.Don’t settle for less as a female and a mom in your industry. Click To Tweet