Key-C Green

A photo of Key-C Green

Photo Cred: Tarra Harris, taken in Spring of 2013 in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Description

Currently I am studying Communication-Public Relations at the University of St. Thomas, I hope to graduate in Spring of 2017. As a graduate I will get my Masters in a degree of study that I am so very passionate about, Crisis Management. I am a dedicated hard working individual with many strengths. This page is designed to give a background of myself and to demonstrate things I have accomplished and hope to accomplish in the near future.

My Mission Statement

This website has been created as an opportunity to display the kind of person that I am, my talents, and my skills to whom I see fit to view them. Through stories, pictures, and projects that I've completed, I hope this goal will be achieved. I wish to inspire my viewing audience to dig deeper into who I am as a person as well as what kind of employee I am. As I will demonstrate I will do whatever it takes to get the task at hand completed in the fastest and best manner possible. I work hard, and have earned everything that I value in my life, in the work place it is no different. I encourage you to examine my past, present, and to consider my future with you and your company.

Get to Know Me

A photo of Key-C Green

Photo Cred: Tarra Harris, taken in Spring of 2013 in St. Paul, Minnesota.

I was raised in Woodbury, Minnesota and graudated from Woodbury High School in 2013. After I finished high school I decided to take my love of volleyball beyond to a school in Southern California called La Sierra University. When I started I was convinced I was going to be Pre-Med and eventually become an Anesthesiologist. It wasn't until I took a communication course with Melissa Tafoya (later my assigned mentor) that I realized that I could turn my love for people into a career I'd be passionate about. Unfortunately my scholarship fell through and I was forced to move back home.

While traveling to a vaguely known state by myself was hard, leaving California and La Sierra University was one of the most excruciating decisions I ever had to make. I'm grateful to have met the amazing teammates I did, to have been taught by wise and scholaraly professors, and mostly to have learned so much about myself and what I am capable of. When I arrived home I had to decide what my next move was. Now I had a clear understanding of what career I wanted to pursue and had to find the best school to help me get there. That is when I transfered to the University of St. Thomas and I couldn't be more excited as to what other life lessons and adventures are in store for me.

My final project is on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.