I graduated from the Oregon State College of Business in 2011 with Bachelor’s Degrees in Management in Entrepreneurship. While at OSU I was involved in the Austin Entrepreneurship Program and a member of Sigma Pi Fraternity. I was referred to Target by one of my professors, Sandy Neubaum, and after a presentation in class by a Target representative, I had a conversation with her that ended up being a catalyst to the next five years of my life. 

In my five years at Target, I have held four different roles in three different states.  Currently I am an Assets Protection Business Partner, a role in which I support 33 Target stores in the Pacific Northwest for all things related to safety, shortage, and risk management.  Target has been such a phenomenal company to work for, I truly appreciate the  amazing people whom I’m privileged to work with each day and the continuous development opportunities to help me achieve my goals and be my best self.

Oregon State and the College of Business certainly helped set me up for success in my current role by encouraging me to be well rounded and build strong connections with those around me. I look forward to growing the number of fellow Beavers that I get to work with in the Target world! #GoBeavs


Did you know?

  • In 2015, Target team members donated more than 1 million volunteer hours to benefit communities where we do business, work, live, and play!
  • Target is the second-largest discount retailer in the U.S. and has nearly 350,000 team members worldwide!
  • Target hit 73.8 billion in sales in 2015, and ranks number 38 on Fortune magazine’s list of the 500 largest U.S. corporations based on revenue.
  • Target has stores in 49 states across the U.S. Vermont is the only state that doesn’t have a Target!
  • Target has 39 Distribution Centers across the country, including one in Albany, Oregon!
  • Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit to communities. Today, that giving equals more than $4 million a week.
  • The Human Rights Campaign gave Target a score of 100 on its 2016 Corporate Equality Index
  • Fortune magazine says Target is one of the “World’s Most Admired Companies” in 2016
  • DiversityInc. lists Target as #22 on its “Top 50 Companies for Diversity” for 2016
  • Fast Company named Target #10 on its 2016 list of “Most Innovative Companies in Retail”
  • The National Association for Female Executives named Target one of the “2016 Top Companies for Executive Women”
  • In 2016, Target was named # 15 on Fortune magazine’s list of the 20 Most Charitable Companies.
  • In 2016, Corporate Responsibility Magazine ranked Target #75 on its list of 100 Best Corporate Citizens.

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