The purpose of LittleRedSuit is to explore the many ways our lives, our efforts, our careers and our PR and marketing efforts are impacted by our new media world. Join me in this conversation, and you’ll probably hear a lot about marketing, media, Generation Y, the workforce, communication, personal branding, relationships and very likely several other topics. I may just get into how the ideas of social capital can be useful in everyday life.
So, What’s With this Red Suit Business?
The image of Little Red Suit is a metaphor birthed out of a one-day quarter-life crisis when I felt my career, my pursuit of education, my numerous ambitions and my personal life collide on the crux of a decision point – I could continue pursuing whatever path lay itself out before me and learn to be satisfied where I ended up, or I could make my career, my education, my ambitions and my life observances work for me. So, I started this blog to both further that purpose and to talk about these things as they arise in my life. There was also an actual suit involved. Read more in my post, Parable of the Little Red Suit.
My name is Tiffany Monhollon, and I’m a PR and Communications professional. At my day job, I do a lot of research and writing on the topics of management, HR, career development, generations in the workplace and similar subjects. I also do PR and media relations consulting work, along with a multitude of other corporate communications functions.
I’m currently pursuing my master’s degree in Journalism. Basically, that means right now I’m spending a lot of time reading about social capital – an idea you’ll hopefully hear a lot about on this blog.
After work and on weekends, I blog, brainstorm website ideas, assist my friends in launching a start-up t-shirt business, and work on my thesis, the last step in my master’s pursuit.
In my other spare time, I am a laundry-avoider, closet Lost addict, book geek, adopted aunt, aspiring worship leader and youth ministry volunteer.
At Little Red Suit, I write about my opinions, thoughts and insights. What I blog here does not reflect the opinions of my employer, persons or companies I mention, or anyone else. Unless they just happen to agree!