The time I had to wear a bow tie, tuxedo shirt and cumberbon
Meet Morgan (aka The Morganizer), the director of content at Wired PR! When she’s not producing podcasts, writing blog posts, or socializing (online of course), she can probably be found eating some delicious sweet treat. But there’s much more to her than content savvy and sweetness…
When I’m not at work, I’m
hanging out with my husband, Tony, and our Goldendoodle, Louis.
All-time favorite quote:
“Do all you can with what you have, in the time you have, in the place you are.” I actually saw it in a friend’s email signature, and it has always resonated with me!
A good read you’re currently geeking out over?
I just finished Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick. I can’t even count how many times I laughed out loud while reading it. I loved Tina Fey and Mindy Kailing’s books for that same reason.
What’s the strangest job you’ve ever had?
Looking back, I’ve had a few jobs that weren’t as strange as they were just terrible. My first job was as a hostess at a restaurant by a mall where I had to wear a bow tie, tuxedo shirt and cumberbon. To make it worse, the bow tie and cumberbon would change every season, so in the spring they’d be pink and in the fall they’d be blue. Ugh, I cringe just thinking about it.
What’s your go-to for news and information?
I listen to NPR and read the New York Times everyday. Plus, a perk of handling social media at Wired PR is keeping up with industry news throughout the day on Twitter.
Favorite Arizona restaurant?
Since I’m from Tucson, I’ll use this question as an opportunity to point out Thrillist just named Tucson the Best Food City in Arizona. Last year, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) named Tucson a City of Gastronomy – the first city in the USA to receive this distinction. I know Barrio Cafe is beloved in the Valley (and for good reason!), but Arizona’s best tacos are hands down from Seis at the Mercado San Augustin near downtown Tucson.
All-expenses paid trip to anywhere in the world…where do you go?
Morocco. When I was in 1st or 2nd grade my class did a project on geography and we had to spin a globe and write a report on whichever country we landed on. I landed on Morocco, and it’s been on my bucket list ever since.
What Golden Girl do you most relate to?
Rose 🙂 But I have a little Sophia in me, too!
If you could interview anyone, who would it be?
Could it be a panel? Malcolm Gladwell, Cecile Richards, Terry Gross, and Alice Waters.
Tell us about your roommates:
Tony: kind, intelligent, great hair. Louis: kind, intelligent, great hair.