Dream Till Green is a platform to share your wildest dreams, brag about your accomplishments, share your hardships in hopes of someone giving advice, and inspiring the masses. Whether it be through an inspiring Dreamer profile, a post on how you wish you could decorate for a formal dinner even though you live in a studio, or through little campaigns that will keep people happy, Katie hopes that DTG is a place you go to when you need a little inspiration or a little recognition for your hard work.
What does the DTG mean?
Green is Katie’s favorite color, so it puts her in a happy place and green can represent money. So, it can mean “Dream till you’re happy” or “Dream till you’re rich.” What ever gets you going and attaining dreams.
Did you miss the introduction post? Read it here.
About Katie Garton Desir
Katie is a Midwestern girl at heart with a little bit of New York City attitude. She grew up in Des Moines, Iowa with an amazing family and decided to attend Syracuse University for college. She met her wonderful
fiancé husband Mike at school and they both graduated in 2010. She studied magazine journalism and psychology (she double majored because she had extra time on her hands with just one major). After graduation she moved to PA to live with her brother and sister-in-law, then moved to NJ to live with Mike and his family, and finally moved to NYC for a wonderful year of internships, freelance writing, and manual labor at Pottery Barn Kids. She also picked up the nickname Katia, a pit bull named Lex, and more writing experience than a person had on his/her resume to get a job in the 1980s. Then after a year of not successfully landing a full-time job in journalism, She, Mike, and Lex moved to Des Moines, IA. In Des Moines, she wrote, sold baby furniture and got another job at J.Crew. After six months, the lovely gang moved to Chicago, where she currently resides. Now she works at a nonprofit association as their Communications Coordinator, on this website, and tries to freelance to keep her resume lively. She would love more mentors and advice on how to attain her dream of becoming a media mogul.