Collaborated closely with the Script Supervisor on the execution of outlines and script changes for the 28th Annual National Geographic Bee.
Acted as the liaison between the network executives and crew members in reporting on the status of show changes.
Coordinated production assistants in preparation for field shoots and show rehearsals.
Provided logistic support to all members of the crew in terms of scheduling, timely delivery of updated scripts, and additional errands as needed.
Troubleshooted issues during pre and post production of the show and field shoots.
07/2015 to Current
Production CoordinatorNational Geographic Studios － Washington, D.C.
Researches, organizes, and expedites all production logistics (travel, hotel, vehicle rentals, cash advances, expense reports, etc.) in addition to processing other vital production documents such as carnets and equipment lists.
Coordinates with Standards and Practices department in reviewing digital video content before it airs on site and social media platforms.
Completes electronic legal binders as assigned for digital video productions.
Acts a liaison between various departments such as legal, NG Creative (in house archives), Rights and Clearances, third party staffing agencies, and accounts payable.
Assists the Production Manager with tracking all business related costs associated with Digital/Short Form content (website, social media accounts, promos, etc.).
Drafts and processes contracts for all production related personnel.
05/2015 to 05/2015
Production AssistantNational Geographic Studios － Washington, D.C.
Drafted shoot schedules, acquired props, and other necessary materials in preparation for National Geographic's 27th Geographic Bee competition.
Tracked manuscript development with Script Supervisor and reported progress to the producers in a timely manner.
Distributed paper documents, scripts and communication-systems throughout the set during pre-production
Screened past channel shows & synopses for use in post-show editing.
Transcribed show tapes for captioning use.
Handled audience and celebrity guests during live show taping.
03/2015 to 06/2015
Programming AssistantDC Shorts Film Festival － Washington, D.C.
Collaborated with Program Director in tracking film submissions from filmmakers.
Successfully utilized festival web-based portal to assign 300 films to over 50 reviewers.
Advertised festival events to DC Shorts audience via social media accounts.
Addressed technical questions from filmmakers and reviewers concerning film submissions and availability.
Managed reviewers who were falling behind and followed up with program expectations.
06/2014 to 05/2015
Associate EditorFBS Corporation of America － Greenbelt, MD
Reviewed and approved health publication proofs submitted by associates prior to print production * Arranged meetings and calculated expense reports with colleagues concerning 100+ clientele data for * Proof-read and polished draft documents such as memos, essays, and newsletters for client outreach * Answered telephone calls, screen calls, took messages, and provided class scheduling information to clientele.
Executes projects under tight time constraints.
Strong attention to detail in production planning and agreement negotiation.
Exceeds in fast-paced, opinionated environments where the ability to quickly develop and facilitate solutions is of the upmost importance.
Bachelor of Arts: Performing and Media Arts, Cum LaudeCornell University
College of Arts and Sciences, Ithaca, NY
Familiarity with show deliverables, Accounts payable, Adobe Photoshop, Arts, attention to detail, content, contracts, clientele, client, delivery, digital video, editing, essays, expense reports, fast, Film, Final Cut Pro, legal, logistics, Mac OS, Director, materials, meetings, Microsoft Office, Windows OS, negotiation, network, newsletters, personnel, print production, processes, Production Manager, progress, publication, Python, read, reporting, scheduling, scripts, Script, social media platforms, staffing, Supervisor, telephone, troubleshooting, website