Marketing content writer in a creative studio environment at one of the largest healthcare providers in the Pacific Northwest, covering over 2.6 million people. Translated complicated healthcare lingo into easily digestible advertisements, benefits brochures, infographics, newsletters, presentations and web content, producing 2+ deliverables per week. Participated in the entire creative process including meeting with clients, brainstorming, collaborating with designers, content writing, editing and presenting work.
Wrote weekly blog posts for this annual non-profit campaign that successfully raised over $2 million towards anti-human trafficking efforts in the 2017 season. Showcased my ability to conduct interviews and write in a variety of styles including book reviews, how-to’s, personal narratives and features on brand partnerships.
Assisted this social enterprise with a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign that gained over $30,000 in pledges. Wrote blogs and web pages, created consumer surveys, conducted influencer outreach, participated in social media marketing and planned a kickoff event where over 50% of the fundraising goal was reached.
Planned and oversaw three separate week long summer camps for over 300 elementary, middleand high school students. Coordinated 40+ volunteers for each camp, prepared and taughtweekly classes, mentored students individually and promoted events.
As an integral part of my semester study abroad in Southeast Asia, I spent one month on practicum, working at a skills development center that trains impoverished young adults in practical job skills and character development. For my internship, I updated website copy and conducted interviews with students. I also served customers and planned events in the on-site job training café.
Continuously mentored a group of three first-year students and gave two hour-long guest lectures for the majors-only section of an Introduction to Communication course. Planned student events, maintained alumni relations, conducted research and graded assignments for the professors in the Communication Department.