I graduated from college in 2013, and had a choice in how I wanted to present myself professionally to the world through my resume. I decided then to make my resume a little "quirky", to bring my personality and personal brand through in a more obvious way than just a quick line at the very bottom that mentioned I had a dog or like to hike (though I do, of course, have that too!). I penned this blog piece for a small resume consulting firm I ran during undergrad; this definitely still feels relevant to me today, and I definitely wouldn't have it any other way.
Count this as something I never thought I'd do - present to my fellow Cigna colleagues about memes! For my June 3rd Toastmasters meeting, I was tasked with researching a subject and presenting my findings in a 5-7 minute speech. I thought, why not break up the workweek with something fun - and educational!