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WORK EXPERIENCE KENS 5 – CBS-TV (San Antonio, TX) – Market #36
6 p.m. Producer – all-local newscast; back-up 10 p.m. Producer. June 2011 - Present

KOMU 8 – NBC-TV (Columbia, MO) - Market #138
Producer, Online Website and Social Media Editor; Reporter.

May 2010 – May 2011

KBIA 91.3 – National Public Radio (Columbia, MO) - Market #245
Reporter: day-turn stories, audio postcards and features.

August – December 2009

Secured these paid internships beginning the summer after my freshman year in an industry where unpaid internships are the norm: CBS 19 - KYTX (Tyler, TX) Paid Internship - Market #107 Summer 2009 Assistant Producer of The Morning Show; Established the station’s Twitter program; Assisted the investigative journalist.

ABC News Radio (New York City) Paid Internship - Market #1
Solely represented ABC News Radio at press conferences; Edited sound clips and wrote stories.

Summer 2008

Univision Television (Dallas, Texas) Marketing Assistant for area athletic events. - Market #5 SKILLS
News reporting, writing and editing, computer assisted reporting Avid and GrassValley: Video-editing software Sony XD Camera, DVC Pro Camera, Marantz PMD660: Recording equipment Netia, DaLet, and CoolEdit: Audio-editing software iNews and QSeries: Run-down and story editing software Avid Active Content Manager and Synapse Multimedia Content Management System: Website software Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, and Photoshop Microsoft Office: Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Access SMART Teacher Tools and Notebook (electronic classroom voting system) • Blogger, Twitter, Facebook: blogging and social networking sites • • • • • • • • •

Summer 2007

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI – Bachelor of Journalism, May 2011
Honors College; History and English minors; Dean’s List every semester; 4 year academic scholarship Magna Cum Laude

• DANCE MARATHON (DM) - annual philanthropic fundraiser for MU’s Children’s Hospital by MU students -2009: President and Tri-Director: Increased team participation 7% and revenue 17%; Supervised and guided the 20person Steering Committee; Donated $14,000 to MU’s Children’s Hospital. -2008: Steering Committee, Morale Chair: Reorganized the event to align MU’s DM with the national image to establish a growth plan; Increased team participation 5%; Donated $12,000 to MU’s Children’s Hospital. • KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA (KKG) Sorority – 264 active members, largest sorority on MU’s campus, 5th largest KKG chapter internationally -2010: Recruitment Technical Director: Pioneered use of electronic classroom voting technology (SMART) -2009: Public Relations Chair: Published first KKG blog internationally; Created and kept updated chapter’s website and Twitter