My name is Valerie Moses and I recently received my Bachelor of Arts in Advertising & Public Relations, along with a minor in Hospitality Management. I love learning about brand development and how companies communicate with their target audiences, and I am blessed to have the opportunity to combine my passion for writing with my love for event planning.
In May 2013, I began my big-girl job as a marketing professional in the financial services industry, and it has been a dream come true! In the past, I have interned in public relations, written freelance for a local paper and worked as an undergraduate career counselor. My writing has been featured in The South Florida Sun Sentinel’s Teenlink, Insight Magazine and Florida MD (so far!). I am always looking for new adventures and opportunities in writing, so please visit my Contact page if you’re looking for a writer or guest blogger! I can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About this blog: In June 2010, I created So It Must Be True with the hope of sharing a few scattered thoughts with anyone who would listen. Three years later, this blog has become much more than that. So It Must Be True has essentially become the story of a young college-student-turned-college-grad learning about the world around her and developing her own truths. Read a few posts and you’ll quickly learn that everything inspires me – from classic literature to crazy reality television – and I try to make connections between pop culture and real life. I like to sprinkle in a little humor when possible, and although I don’t generally write about the events that are currently taking place in my life, each post carries a piece of me with it. My readers have been incredibly supportive, and I am fortunate to hear from each of you.
On a personal note: My celebrity idol and style icon is Audrey Hepburn. I enjoy watching historical documentaries (nerd alert!), wandering around Pinterest, taking pictures and attempting new recipes/not burning down the kitchen. I also love traveling and creating my own itineraries — I’m definitely a planner! I’m an INTJ/INFJ depending on the day of the week, and I’m always up for some bad reality TV.