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  • …and this is my not so conventional resume

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  • 1. I guess some things never change!
  • 2. …but was raised in the true north, strong and free – Canada!
  • 3. I studied Political Science and Sociology and graduated in 2011.
  • 4. So where have I worked?
  • 5. Director of Marketing and Communications August 2013 – Present Operation Groundswell
  • 6. Increased number of program participants by 30% over the course of a year. Managed online, email, newsletter, phone, and university outreach campaigns. Increased online community of ethical travelers by 86% in one year. Director of Marketing and Communications August 2013 – Present Operation Groundswell Developed comprehensive marketing, communications, & social media strategy. Assisted in establishing program partnerships with Stanford University, the University of Toronto, and Schulich School of Business. Refined sales funnel to increase applicant to participant conversion rate by 10%. Promoted organizational visibility by securing key speaking engagements in industry events.
  • 7. Communications Coordinator June 2012 –August 2013 Operation Groundswell
  • 8. Communications Coordinator June 2012 – August 2013 Operation Groundswell Cultivate an online community of “backpacktivists” from around the globe. Develop marketing and communications strategy. Drive email, newsletter, telephone, and university outreach campaigns to increase supporter and volunteer base. Manage inaugural alumni and ambassador program.
  • 9. Communications Coordinator March 2012 – December 2012 Ignite Naturals
  • 10. Communications Coordinator March 2012 – December 2012 Ignite Naturals Cultivate a digital ambassador program of 50+ athletes across North America. Develop and drive email and newsletter campaigns to increase sales. Manage all social media platforms including the company blog, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.
  • 11. Associate Editor July 2011 – July 2012 Peace Magazine
  • 12. Worked with co-authors and co- editors in developing content ideas and stories. Wrote various pieces on… The role of technology in the 2011 Egyptian revolt. Media and human rights awareness. Technology in United Nations’ peacekeeping operations. Associate Editor July 2011 – July 2012 Peace Magazine
  • 13. Press Freedom Watch Intern November 2011 – December 2011 Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility
  • 14. Researched and documented profile cases of slain journalists. Assisted in the launch of the Philippines’ first Blog Action Day Against Impunity. Press Freedom Watch Intern November 2011 – December 2011 Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility
  • 15. Social Media Coordinator September 2009 – November 2011 Journalists for Human Rights
  • 16. Organized first tweetup -- bridging online engagement with offline interaction. Built and managed an online community of 3000+ students, journalists and human rights activists Launched the Global Youth Chat gathering youth from around the world in online discussions. …all from scratch! …oh yeah, and I started as an intern. High five, me! Social Media Coordinator September 2009 – November 2011 Journalists for Human Rights
  • 17. Research Assistant January 2011 – May 2011 NetLab at the University of Toronto
  • 18. Researched and evaluated the “Triple Revolution” (social, internet, and mobile technologies) on the creation of content and the networking of information Co-authored two chapters from the book, Networked: The New Operating System Click here to buy it online at Amazon! (Hurray for shameless self-promotion!) Research Assistant January 2011 – May 2011 NetLab at the University of Toronto
  • 19. Co-Editor August 2010 – April 2011 blogUT
  • 20. Managed a blog with an annual readership of 70,000+ and a team of 50+ bloggers Hosted video series on various popular locations on campus …that’s an 83% increase from the previous year! Wrote and assigned articles relevant to student life You know, stuff like, “Top 10 Hottest Profs on Campus”, “Life Outside the Classroom”, or “The No-Fear-First-Year Mini Guide”. Co-Editor August 2010 – April 2011 blogUT
  • 21. Junior Programmer May 2008 – August 2008 Society of Composers, Authors & Music Publishers of Canada
  • 22. Team member of the company’s website redesign project to better appeal to targe audiences and increase traffic. Responsible for content management. Ensured the timeliness and integrity of the company website. Junior Programmer May 2008 – August 2008 Society of Composers, Authors & Music Publishers of Canada
  • 23. STUFF I’VE DONE Community management Public speaking Copywriting and editing Multimedia storytelling Content management and strategy Research Marketing & communications strategy Event planning
  • 24. In my free time, I also… …write for TalentEgg’s Career Incubator …translate articles for Global Voices from English to Tagalog Read here! Read here! …teach a computer literacy and internet safety class for a women’s shelter.
  • 25. NOT BAD, HUH?
  • 26. So as you can see, I wear many different hats…
  • 27. …but in all that I do, I aim to stir the conscience and spur
  • 28. people. I love
  • 29. ideas. I love
  • 30. storytelling. I love
  • 31. making shit happen. I love
  • 32. TOGETHER. SO…
  • 33. linkedin.com/in/justineabigail facebook.com/juzzypoo @justineabigail justine.abigail@gmail.com www.justineabigail.com