Agnes is a currently a Sport and Event Marketing student at George Brown College in Toronto. She is also a graduate from the RTA School of Media at Ryerson University. She is most passionate about creative storytelling in the digital realm and connecting people through sport. She is interested in the areas of digital content, producing, writing, sports and live event production.

Most recently, Agnes has been working with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment as a Freelance Social Media Producer. She has been providing social media coverage for the Toronto Marlies during their games and community events. This included live-tweeting both home and away games to approximately 189k followers across four platforms.

Between January to April 2015, Agnes was part of a team of students who developed a show called Nurses. For this project she was the VP of Marketing. The show is a half-hour sitcom about three nurses living and working together (think Workaholics and Broad City meets Scrubs). Nurses participated in the 23rd Annual Pitch Competition held by the RTA School of Media, and was chosen as the winner by a panel of Canadian media executives.

While studying at Ryerson, held various marketing roles . For two years she was a member of CURTAS (Course Union of the RTA School of Media) as the Marketing and Communications Coordinator. In this role she developed a branding guide to ensure brand consistency across all promotional materials. In 2014 she played a part in the 36th Annual TARA Awards as the Marketing Coordinator. Working with the marketing team, she ensured that all marketing items followed the theme of film noir. She has also worked with Season Four and Season Three of Amazing Race Canada, Season One of Spun Out, and etalk.

Agnes has ambitions to work at an international level, becoming a respectable and distinguished producer of media. She hopes to be as versatile as possible in the face of constant evolution of the industry.  Currently, she is taking french classes in the hopes of completing a Proficiency in French certificate within the next two years.