I appeared on Cleveland's Fox affiliate (WJW-TV) to discuss the launch of the new iPhone and how it pairs with Verizon's powerful network.
During Verizon's 2020 Media Tour, I appeared on NBC, CBS and ABC affiliates in Lexington, KY, to discuss the latest spring-break tech trends, gadgets and services. (Here's the segment that aired on WLEX, the local NBC station.)
Channeling my inner Chris Harrison, I hosted "The Match-elor" to help reality-TV star and influencer Tyler Cameron finally find his perfect match ... thanks to Verizon's Mix & Match plans.
I line-edited, provided voice-overs and improvised in this episode of Verizon's internal/external communications platform, Up To Speed.
To help celebrate Verizon's 20th anniversary, I've lead the My Why campaign, a 20-part video series celebrating the journeys, motivations and achievements of diverse and dynamic V Teamers from around the world.
I produced, wrote, filmed and appeared in this "Cribs"-themed episode of Verizon Up To Speed. (Diddy never had a desk like this.)
Highlighting the most unique home workstations of Verizon employees, I wrote, produced and hosted this follow-up to my "Cribs"-themed episode of Up To Speed.
I produced, wrote and hosted an Up To Speed episode about Verizon's #ACallForKindness campaign, collecting more than 86,000 combined views on various platforms.
I produced, wrote and hosted this Verizon Up To Speed episode about 5G Home expansion, new phones, and a gaming promotion.
I produced, wrote, filmed and appeared in this Up To Speed episode about the Verizon Innovative Learning labs, part of Verizon's Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives.
I produced, wrote and appeared in this Up To Speed episode about a Verizon Innovative Learning coach, whose shared insights helped more than 80,000 students and 5,500 teachers educate in the age of distance learning.
I produced, wrote and appeared in this Star Wars-themed episode of Verizon Up To Speed, covering the company's partnership with Disney+, and clever uses for video conferences.
I wrote, copy-edited and collaborated on Google's official YouTube video about sharing data with apps to make life easier — and what people can do to protect their personal information, generating almost 1.5 million YouTube views.