social media | marketing campaigns | advertisements
Experience includes being admin or supporting editor of several social media accounts, plus personal social media.
Trinity Christian School
Honolulu Pen Shop
Pacific Lutheran University Impact
Pacific Lutheran University Clubs and Organizations Department
Pacific Lutheran University Mortar Board Honor Society
Experience with creating weekly social media campaigns designed to bring interest in organizations. Several successful campaigns and posts reached 1000+ people, despite some accounts having 200 followers or less.
Coordinated and edited a blog series on Trinity Christian School's Engaging Minds Blog, titled "Why Speech and Debate Matters." Collaborated with four TCS alumni on their experiences in high school speech and debate and how it has impacted them in college and beyond.
Expertise not only includes creating and executing small and large scale social media campaigns, but also coordinating physical aspects such as print advertisements and other marketing collateral.
Managed the social media and advertisement campaign of the art exhibition, Duende, at Pacific Lutheran University, resulting in 70–100 attendees on opening night alone. Led design collaboration with three other artists in the show to produce print collateral, as well as social media collateral and management, which included posting artist bios twice a week at least a month before opening night. 700+ people were invited from the Tacoma community and beyond.
Co-managed the first independent Clubs and Organizations Awards Night in May 2017, an award ceremony that was traditionally a part of another awards ceremony at Pacific Lutheran University. Coordinated the event ceremony, reception, award nominations process, and a social media and email campaign, which resulted in 70+ attendees.
Designed creative awareness campaigns, such as advertising and coordinating a Club Crawl (scavenger hunt) at the Pacific Lutheran University Spring Involvement Fair 2017. Participants had to solve clues that would lead them to different clubs and organizations at the Involvement Fair, fostering more engagement between students and organizations.