Talented and driven Mass Communications Specialist with five years experience in the field of radio, television and print advertising. Areas of expertise include, radio spot production, live radio disc-jockeying, audio/video editing, graphic design, photo editing and script writing.
Distinguished Honor Graduate from the Defense Information School in 2008.
Awarded 1st place CHINFO Merit Award for Outstanding Television/Radio Ad Campaign in 2010. (Navy-wide competition)
Awarded 1st place Chief of Information (CHINFO) Merit Award for Outstanding Television Spot Production in 2010. (Navy-wide competition)
Awarded 3rd place CHINFO Merit Award for Outstanding Radio Spot Production in 2012. (Navy-wide competition)
Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for a major multimedia "Welcome Aboard" project in 2012.
Volunteered for seven-month deployment to Bagram, Afghanistan in 2009.
Recommended for Multimedia Instructor Duty at the Defense Information School. (2009-2012)
Honorable Discharge from the US Navy in May, 2012
Oversaw daily operations of Radio Rota including live radio shows, radio spot production and radio advertising campaigns.
Helped establish "Radio Rota" brand image by creating logos, spot campaigns, on-air elements and mascot appearances. Further promoted brand image through social media outlets and live appearances.
Edited and revised all marketing/advertising content to guarantee the highest quality of writing and production.
Developed effective advertising strategies to reach target audiences.
Redesigned and published print advertisements for local animal shelter in both the local newspaper and social media outlets.
Established effective working relationships with clients, government officials and representatives.
Developed a brand identity, including a distinctive graphic style and tone, for all company communications.
Evaluated advertising and promotion programs for compatibility with public relations efforts.
Hosted drive-time Radio program for 200,000+ servicemembers and civilians.
Wrote and produced multiple informational radio advertisements on a weekly basis.
Developed and promoted the "Freedom Radio" brand image by helping design their logo, bumper stickers, fliers, t-shirts. Further promoted the station by maintaining social media presence, soliciting cross-promotions and performing live appearances.
Provided quality control for all advertising material produced.
As producer: responsible for writing, shooting and producing local television news stories, feature stories and advertisements.
Helped promote the transition from "Naval Media Center" to "AFN Rota" in all visual publications. This included the redesign of on-screen elements, social media presence and building signage.
As supervisor, responsible for overseeing all aspects of television news and spot production within the department. This included copy editing, rewrites, quality control, training and general leadership in a deadline-driven department.
Graduated first in class from this fast-paced, highly-condensed military multimedia program. The six-month course included daily instruction on:
website development, layout and design, journalism, photography, photojournalism, photo management, broadcast writing, videography, video and audio editing, advertising and public affairs.
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