Resume

Current Location
Olympia, WA

Twitter
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Instagram
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Skillset
Writing
Filmmaking
Illustration
Graphic Design

Experienced in
Adobe CS Suite
Final Cut Pro
Microsoft Office
HootSuite/Buffer
Wordpress
Windows
Mac OS Admin

Education
University of California,
Santa Barbara:
Bachelor of Arts
in Film Studies
(2016)

Animation Mentor
Emeryville, California
Degree in Character Animation (2013)


References available upon request.

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Founding Member and Media Coordinator / Author and Illustrator
Wormbook Press — 5/2015 to Current

• Spearheaded the development of a collective printing press dedicated to publishing and distributing woman-centered literature across multiple genres
• Built and launched the collective’s website and retail store: WormbookPress.org
• Designed, illustrated, and authored a 58-page children’s book, The Girl from the Stars, utilizing Adobe Creative Suite, iPad Pro, and Procreate

Multimedia Coordinator and Facilitator
Pizza Klatch — 1/2015 to 12/2015

• Secured a $25,000 grant from the State Farm Youth Advisory Board by executing a social media campaign via Facebook that received over 88,000 votes in three weeks
• Created new marketing materials for the organization and redesigned PizzaKlatch.org, highlighting the organization’s triumphs since its formation in 2007

Operations and Programming Coordinator
Berkeley Community Media — 11/2008 to 11/2013

• Designed and taught weekly workshops in post-production editing to people of all ages
• Developed all marketing and post-production training materials for the organization (via print, web, and broadcast) utilizing Adobe Creative Suite and Final Cut Pro

Volunteer Experience

Participant and Accessibility Coordinator @ “The Workshop”
Topside Press — 6/2016 to 8/2016

• Invited to study with critically acclaimed author Casey Plett for one week at an all- expenses paid workshop in the heart of the publishing world of New York City
• Assessed and responded to the disability access needs of The Workshop’s participants, making an open and accessible space for all of its twenty-six writers