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Abi Orosco


About Me

ADHDBaddieexperienced writerexperienced photographerBook Marketing GeniusMultitasking Master

My name is Abigail Orosco, but my preferred name is Peach, as I find it’s easy for people to remember! I am a current student of San Francisco State University for film and photography and the mom of two sweet little kitties named Biggie and Phoebe! Currently, I am pursuing a part-time job to coincide with my online classes and find that I work best with those that support creativity and leadership from everyone on the team. I am detail-oriented, people-savvy, and always bringing new ideas to the career I associate myself with. In five years I’d like to have my own business or, at the very least, find my forever job where all my talents can shine. That being said, my confidence and determination are wildly strong! My ideal work environment supports my these attributes, but also understands how to work with neurodivergent communities, such as with individuals who have invisible disabilities. If given the chance, my flexibility and excellent standing will shine as bright as my determination and professionalism. I hope to hear from you!

Ideal Workplace Values

I am not partial to teamwork or to autonomous work so long as the environment I am expected to perform in is respectful, mindful, and has strong communication!

Open To

Part Time JobPart Time InternshipFreelance/Contract Work

Work Settings


Skills & Strengths

Neuroexceptional Talents

Multitasking isn't always necessary in the jobfield, but it does help that I find it possible for myself and that I'm not afraid to let people know when something is too much for me and I need help.

Creative ThinkerDeep EmpathizerDetail-oriented ThinkerStrong Emotional Intelligence

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Inclusion Essentials


Interviewer Experienced with NeurodiversityExtra Time to Process New InformationNoise-cancelling HeadphonesQuiet / Individual Workspaces


I do not do well in groups long term because managing multiple relationships is too stressful and occupies too much focus which could be better spent on the projects at handSend Questions in AdvanceDaily RemindersCommunication PlanConcise instructionsReceiving Information in AdvanceWritten InstructionsTherapy

Sensory Sensitivities

crowded areas
Interaction with the public
Heavy lifting
Loud noises
Variable temperatures

Certifications & Training

food safety and handling
Issued 2022 | Expires 2025