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Social Media Assistant

San Marino, California, United States
November 19, 2018

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Barnard College, Columbia University, New York, NY May 2018 Bachelor of Arts Major: English Minor: Anthropology Concentration: Creative Writing GPA: 3.80/4.00

Università degli Studi di Siena, Siena, Italy November 2016

Honors & Awards: Cum Laude, Pass with Distinction (for Creative Writing Thesis), Peter S. Prescott Prize for Prose (Honorable Mention), Ellen "Pucky" Internship Fund Grant Recipient, Dean’s List


Lalaboy, LLC., New York, NY

August 2018 – Present

Freelance Social Media Content Creator and Creative Consultant

• Wrote media pitches for Found Sound Nation’s Fellowship program

• Created agency’s social media plan, spanning from August to December 2018, for Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook

• Crafted thank you letters to donors and funders for a leadership organization, called BOLD, as part of re-branding

• Constructed copy for Caribbean Cultural Center of African Diaspora Institute's executive director announcement

• Developed integrated communications plan for CCCADI

Fictionless, New York, NY

January – April 2018

Production Intern

• Researched and sourced videos for UN Sustainable Development feature film project

• Developed content strategies for three series pitches, including one for TREsemmé, another on women in hip-hop

• Gained production vocabulary and understanding of the post-production process in a small business setting

• Maintained and updated project and content databases

WKCR 89.9 FM-NY, Columbia University, New York, NY

September 2017 – April 2018

Arts Department Head

• Created teaching syllabus and trained interns to earn their programming certification

• Conducted and recorded interviews in the field, then edited recordings using Adobe Audition

• Planned weekly rotations of programmers News and Arts shows

Red Hen Press, Pasadena, CA

June – August 2016

Marketing Intern

• Wrote marketing pitches to various literary journals for to-be-released titles

• Resolved issues with print and design databases of published titles and added titles to the website’s calendar

• Processed mailings of to-be-released titles to prominent literary journals and magazines

Poets House, New York, NY

February – May 2016

Social Media and Events Intern

• Scheduled posts on the Twitter account for the national poetry center and library with 205,000 followers

• Researched and wrote 7 author bios for special event publicity

• Hosted and engaged with guest speakers for special events

Quarto Literary Magazine, Columbia University, New York, NY

October 2014 – April 2016

Outreach and Staff Editor

• Organized events and generated buzz through social media platform

• Boosted the magazine’s online presence on Facebook, with a 76% increase in page likes Women Film Pioneers Project, Columbia University, New York, NY September – December 2015 Research Assistant

• Researched in film archives and collected images for articles to be published to promote women film pioneers

• Compiled image database for 50 pioneers

CBS Television Distribution and Studios, Studio City, CA

June – August 2015

Human Resources Intern

• Screened incoming job applications for Fall 2015 internship program and selected strong candidates for interviews

• Handled filing, updating personnel files, and answering incoming calls


Theater Department, Barnard College, New York, NY

September 2017 – April 2018

Office Assistant

• Outreach to student organizations geared toward people of color for future casting

• Analyze and synthesize gender distribution of department show casting

• Perform administrative work, such as copying, scanning, updating course files

Theater Department, Barnard College, New York, NY

October – December 2017

Stage Manager

• Acted as liaison between the cast and production crew of Fall Department show Translations

• Maintained production book, including daily rehearsal reports and coordinated actors’ scheduling availability

• Recorded blocking and called cues during performance

• Recruited an assistant choreographer

The Unlikely Shakespeare Company, Los Angeles, CA

May – August 2017

Stage Manager

• Contacted local theatres to find the platform, staircase, and stage cubes and coordinated their transport

• Acted as liaison between the artistic staff and cast for “Surviving Macbeth”

• Maintained the company’s Instagram and Facebook accounts to generate buzz for the performances

• Recruited lights operator


Computer: Adobe Suite, Microsoft Office, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, MailChimp, G Suite, Dropbox, Wordpress Languages: Spanish (Intermediate), Italian (Conversational) Interests: Creative Nonfiction, Poetry, Zine-making, Theatre, Film, Media Production PUBLICATIONS

MEET OUR NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: MELODY CAPOTE, CCCADI October 2018 Announcement for CCCADI’s Selection of a New Executive Director. Kim Tillman, Rare Candy Magazine July 2018

Interview of Los Angeles singer-songwriter Kim Tillman Femme Synth Workshop, Gender Amplified Blog June 2018 Column recounting my personal experience attending “FeM Synth Lab,” a workshop designed for femme identifying individuals to learn the basics of electronic music production

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