Pronouns : she / her / hers
Nicole has several years of grant writing experience for human services and nonprofit organizations. She is passionate about health, mental health, environment protection, and sustainability, and social services. Prior to working within the nonprofit sector, Nicole worked for films/television/documentaries as a coordinator and producer for more than eight years in Colorado and Los Angeles.
Nicole earned her BA in Communications from Elon University with a minor in Psychology. She has volunteered on multiple organic farms in Maui, Kauai, Massachusetts, and Habitat for Humanity in Cambodia.
Aside from grant writing, Nicole enjoys working on her creative writing projects, traveling, cooking, organic gardening, hiking, biking, and spending lots of quality time with her Old English Sheepdog, Rupert.
I am secretly really good at parallel parking, but only when no one is watching.
An ellipsis because it can take the sentence in a new direction.
When the sentence calls for an object pronoun but people use "and I" instead of "and me."
Sitting in a comfy nook with a pile of magazines and a cup of tea. Or spending time outside hiking, biking, or just walking somewhere beautiful in nature.