Communications specialist with 4+ years experience in copywriting, content creation, social media management, newsletter development, trends research and analysis, and event management.
Launched and marketed grant funded presenting series which engages diverse audiences.
Strong arts and communications background with training in storytelling and audience development.
-Responsible for overseeing a $500K scholarship fund distributed to students participating in performance ensembles in dance, theatre, or music
-Write copy for website, social media, newsletters, internal communications, and other marketing materials
-Coordinate scholarship auditions
-Assist in the design/distribution of season brochures
-Manage 30+ annual events.
-Manage marketing activities such as social media management of 3 Instagram accounts, 4 Facebook pages, one YouTube channel, and various marketing initiatives for the department.
-Act as Marketing & Audience Outreach Coordinator for “Mandell Presents,” a presenting series showcasing interdisciplinary work.
-Coordinate ad design for promotional materials, as well as content creation/management.
-Collaborated on Pew Center grant funded “Rehearsing Philadelphia” project, contributed to the project’s extensive media coverage, generating buzz and interest by securing features in publications such as the Philadelphia Tribune, Philly Mag, and the Inquirer.
-Taught practicum course in which students learn the administrative side of a theatrical production, including front of house operations and marketing
-Marketing/social media campaigns
-Held accountable for all show logistics and production-related coordination for Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play.
-Created and monitored production schedule, acted as liaison for the director with all Villanova departments and performers, managed rehearsal space and resolved conflicts to streamline the process.
-Memorized and performed a variety of medical cases for simulated encounters with medical students and professionals
-Engaged in empathetic and specific written and oral feedback on the topic of whole person care; discussed strengths and weaknesses in patient interactions