I am a dedicated and dynamic professional with 4+ years of experience in digital communications and media production. I am proficient in social media and content strategy, print and digital graphic design, web content management, video and audio production, photography, HTML email marketing, and copywriting. I consider myself skilled, creative, and passionate.
I worked as the Digital Communications Associate at the Constitutional Accountability Center, a think tank, law firm, and action center based in Washington, D.C. that is dedicated to fulfilling the progressive promise of the U.S. Constitution’s text, history, and values. I managed the organization’s social media assets and developed social media calendars; and designed visual assets for print and digital media, including social media graphics, event materials, and publications. In addition, I managed the organization’s website, monitored and compiled news and broadcast clippings about our work, and created and disseminated email newsletters.
I also previously worked as a Digital Communications Associate at the International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, a global public health NGO based in Washington, D.C. that works to promote various programs, policies, and initiatives aimed at reducing harmful drinking worldwide. I wrote daily summaries about news pertaining to alcohol-related research, policies, and consumption patterns, designed various materials including newsletters and web graphics, and maintained the company’s social media assets.
In addition, I worked as a junior video editor, photographer, and graphic assistant at the Senate Democratic Media Center. I created graphics for various Democratic Senators’ Twitter and Facebook platforms, spliced floor videos and TV interviews for distribution to constituent audiences, and photographed several Congressional events, including press conferences.
I graduated from James Madison University in May 2015 with a B.A. in Media Arts and Design, as well as a double minor in French Language and British Communication and Media.
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