Updated: Mar 10, 2020
Hey y’all! You can call me Ali or Alison, whichever you prefer! I wanted to share a little bit about myself.
I was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. My parents separated when I was 3. My dad remarried when I was 5 and my mom remarried when I was 10. My dad and my stepmom had 3 boys together while my stepdad came with 2 girls, and my mom and stepdad had 1 boy together. I went from being an only child for 8 years to having 6 siblings! I think this is why I posses both only child and oldest child qualities.
I went to college at Clemson University in South Carolina (Go Tigers!). I graduated in 3.5 years with a BS in Marketing and an emphasis in Sports. My first internship out of college was with the Cincinnati Reds in promotional events. I had the opportunity to work the All Star Game that season which was truly an amazing experience. I moved back home to St. Louis after the season and began working at Washington University. After that, I’ve jumped around a bit until ultimately landing at 160over90. 160over90 is a full-service creative agency and I work within the experiential arm on the production team. I absolutely LOVE my job. It challenges me, I learn new things daily, I have the best team, and I work with a really cool client. On top of that, the work my company does as a whole is truly incredible (you should probably look it up).
I love sports. I have always been a huge sports fan. I grew up a Notre Dame football fan (and still support them when they aren’t playing Clemson). I’ve had a passion for Cardinals baseball ever since I can remember. 3 of my brothers started playing hockey about 10 years ago and ever since, I can say I bleed blue for the St. Louis Blues. Thanks to Kate, I recently became a Chiefs fan - just in time to watch them win a Super Bowl!
I’m super family oriented - spending Sundays at my mom’s house and often attending my brothers’ sporting events. I’m close with my family and wouldn’t want it any other way.
I am bisexual. I am so thankful I met Kate and can’t wait to spend my life with her. She is everything I could have asked for and so much more. I am so ready for the day we get to move in together and be together more than once a month - FaceTime just doesn’t cut it. But, we make do with what we have!
I think this sums it up! If you have any questions or want to know more, don’t hesitate to reach out!