The Official Bio
My siblings tell me I acted out commercials in the mirror when we were young. Today, that long-held passion has evolved into a penchant for bringing copy to life for commercial brands. Mine is the friendly, motherly voice that you can turn to for advice and help; one that can both touch and educate. It’s a voice that comforts and inspires. I speak both Arabic (Levantine dialect) and English fluently.
My career has led me many places that all have one thing in common – a great story. Currently, I co-own Seven Sister Scones and Kitchen with my sister. We’ve built that small business from scratch, gaining a ton of experience in building a brand, connecting with customers, ecommerce, and sales. From day one, we took an unconventional approach to the bakery’s business. Instead of limiting ourselves to a single location, we added nationwide shipping to reach a wide audience with our delicious, sweet and savory products. Shipping our scones around the country grew from being a small part of our success to becoming a stand-alone brand, lucky enough to be featured by the likes of the Today Show, Good Housekeeping, Forbes and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Prior to embarking on my scone adventure, I breathed fun into a lot of technical products, including data acquisition equipment, health & safety consulting services, and financial services. Just ask me what Torquetoberfest is!
In my spare time (what little there is between a voiceover career, overseeing a business, and raising kids!), I am passionate about community, good food, women’s issues and children. I’ve helped several non-profits expand programs and fundraising. My goal is simple – to leave the world a better place, and to use my voice and experience to help organizations tell compelling stories that inspire their audiences to act!