I am a professional video and digital media specialist skilled in television studio operations and crafting narratives through visual and written communications. I have a proven track record of engaging and growing young audiences online.
I currently operate the Sliding Break procedures for global control room teams at Bloomberg TV, rolling commercial breaks in coordination with the director and producers and keeping accurate time during live broadcasts.
Previously, I increased online engagement through creating the first major video storytelling strategy in the international Hillel movement as the Social Media Specialist at the Bronfman Center at New York University.
While at the University of Delaware, I expanded the reach of “49 News,” the campus news program, by developing web-exclusive shows and interviewing high-profile university and political figures. I also published a paper on the relationship of humor to political ideology as an undergraduate at UD.
Furthermore, I have contributed policy research in the offices of Senator Cory Booker and various representatives in the Delaware General Assembly, and I have written original digital content for “Good Morning America.”
My diverse background in video, social media, writing, and production makes me an excellent candidate for a career in digital communications or television.