Destinee is an enthusiastic brand communications professional with a grounded understanding of the opportunities and hurdles faced by today’s businesses and organizations.
As a ROKK Account Director, Destinee brings expertise in public affairs, brand development and strategic messaging. With experience across government, non-profit, tech, consumer product, healthcare and financial services industries, she knows how to nurture cross-functional teams and craft authentic and impactful narratives that lift brands to new heights.
Destinee recently worked for a multinational public relations and communications firm, helping clients amplify brand presence, bolster reputation and engage diverse audiences. Before this, she worked on the Hill for U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen, where she developed key messaging for the Senator and enhanced his name recognition across the state of Maryland.
Destinee is a Georgia native and a graduate of Kennesaw State University with a bachelor’s degree in English.
WHY DESTINEE BELONGS IN THE ROOM
She is a culture driver.
Destinee crafts strategies and structures, infusing them with originality and style. Her grounded enthusiasm is her trademark, setting a tone that resonates. She cultivates a culture of curiosity and compassion, inspiring those around her to embrace challenges with open minds.
She vacuums the drama out of the room.
Amid chaos and discord, Destinee stands as a beacon of calm. She knows how to actively listen, tuning into clients’ visions and values to foster meaningful connections and pave the way forward with intentionality.
She knows the importance of tenacity and stamina.
Destinee’s persistence and determination have been honed over years of experience working on various campaigns and projects. She is steadfastly focused on the long game; she remains resolute, never losing sight of the ultimate goal.
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A Place for Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza
Food, Fashion, and Finance
Setting 100 alarms each morning
Destinee spent a few years living in Bermuda as a child and her grandmother still lives on the island today.