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A highly-motivated self-starter dedicated to creative, well-researched storytelling, deeply interested in the issues shaping our world and thoroughly qualified to report on them. sound news judgment and news-gathering skills developed while completing my journalism degree and through various internships and professional roles reporting experience across all journalistic platformsprint, television, radio, and onlineas well as chase and field producing experience proficient in iNews, Adobe Audition, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Soundslides, Audacity, Final Cut Pro, AVID, Velocity, Twitter, Facebook, Wordpress up-to-date knowledge of the industry and the challenges it faces



May 2011-September 2012 Television Reporter, CTV News Ottawa, ON responsible for researching, shooting, writing, and packaging television news stories, as well as doing live news hits and interviews for CTVs local affiliate in Ottawa assist show producer with broadcast preparation, including writing scripts, monitoring editing progress and scouring the internet for breaking news July 2012 Freelance Producer, CBC News London, UK responsible for setting up and supervising shoots and interviews during CBCs coverage of the lead up to the London 2012 Olympic Games August 2011-June 2012 Associate Producer, CTVs Question Period Ottawa, ON responsible for packaging show headlines, finding clips and b-roll, booking guests, producing shoots, updating social media for CTVs flagship national political program Apr.-May 2011 Broadcast Assistant/Freelance Radio Reporter, CBC News London, UK set up and produced several Royal Wedding shoots, conducted vox pops, and shot b-roll coordinated resources during the busy lead-up to the wedding with the senior producer charged with monitoring for breaking news and relaying important information as it was released to our many correspondents in the field during the Royal Wedding ceremony Nov. 2010- Mar 2011 Online Reporter/Producer/Editor, CTV News Ottawa, ON responsible for writing web hits, publishing photos and videos, chasing stories, monitoring for breaking news, moderating comment forums, writing headlines, determining online line-up of stories, updating the daily web poll, and operating the @CTVOttawa Twitter account June 2010-Sept. 2010 Print Reporter, Ottawa Citizen Ottawa, ON responsible for writing well-researched stories under the time constraints of a newsroom worked on stories of widely-varying subject matterranging from community events to

untimely, tragic deaths of local young peopledemonstrating an ability to learn quickly and report in difficult circumstances interviewed several high profile subjects including former Prime Minister Paul Martin freelanced a story on a Ottawa-educated candidate in the Afghan elections

Sept. 2009- Dec. 2009 Writer, Researcher, Producer, Capital News Online Ottawa, ON a national and international news website produced by Carleton journalism students duties included generating content ideas, researching, writing stories, producing audio slideshows and podcasts as well as editing the sites multimedia section feature stories: A sons fight to get justice for his Canadian photojournalist mother who died in Iranian custody, and a multimedia piece on an Algerian refugee handed over to American authorities by Canada in the wake of 9/11 and subsequently tortured

Sept. 2012- Aug. 2013 University of the West of England Masters of Journalism Awarded: Chancellors Scholarship Sept. 2006- April 2010 Carleton University Bachelor of Journalism, Highest Honours Awarded: Marjorie Nichols Memorial Award for Journalism CTV News Television Broadcasting Scholarship K. Phyllis Wilson Award for Journalism Senate Academic Medal Top Mark, Television Broadcasting Carleton University Faculty Scholarship Queen Elizabeth II Aiming for the Top Scholarship

Bristol, UK

Ottawa, ON

Ann Macmillan Bureau Chief CBC London 020 7412 9200 ann.macmillan@cbc.ca

Erin Boudreau Senior Producer CBC London 020 7412 9200 erin.boudreau@cbc.ca
Ellen Mauro: What Others Say

Kimothy Walker Anchor, Producer, Reporter CTV Ottawa 1-613-224-1313 kimothy.walker@bellmedia.ca

Not only did Ellen have excellent news judgment but she proved to be a first class researcher. She was well-organized, worked very hard and cheerfully did every task she was assigned. She has a pleasant, outgoing personality and was a pleasure to work with. Ellen is a very talented young lady and should go far in this business. She has a real passion for news and a genuine determination to succeed: the ideal

combination. -Ann MacMillan, CBC London Bureau Chief 020 7412 9200 ann.macmillan@cbc.ca From day one, she stood out as being among the best interns ever to come through this office. Her efficiency, tenacity and graciousness are a combination rarely seen in such a young journalist. I was amazed just watching her work, and thrilled at the quality of material she came back with. She handled everything we gave her with a calm urgency and a drive to do everything to an exceptionally high standard. Any newsroom would be lucky to have Ellen. Shes among the brightest weve seen here in London and I would always want her on my team. -Erin Boudreau, CBC London Bureau Senior Producer 020 7412 9200 erin.boudreau@cbc.ca Ellen is one of the best students we have had at the school in recent years. She took a course in television from me. She was a natural, not only on-camera but behind the scenes. She writes very well and has a pleasant and congenial personality. It is extremely difficult in the course to get a grade higher than A- but I gave Ellen an A+ because she was quite simply a remarkable student. I also taught her in a course on international reporting. It was through this course that I realized the intellectual depth that Ellen had in addition to her journalistic skills. It was in this course that I also discovered her passion for news beyond our borders I am certain that if you take on, youll be happy you did. -Paul Adams, former CBC Middle East correspondent, now a journalism instructor at Carleton University 1-613-520-2600 ext. 8085 paul_adams@carleton.ca During her time as a student at Carleton Universitys School of Journalism, Ms. Mauro earned the highest grades I have ever seen on an undergraduate students transcript in my 20 years of teaching hereI will always remember Ms. Mauro as one of the best writers I have ever encountered among the students I have taught at Carleton. She wrote with a grace and style that is rare for someone barely 20 years old at the time. I remember sending her a note at the end of the term saying I hope she never stops writing and that one day someone, somewhere pays her well for it. -Mary McGuire, former CBC Radio reporter now a journalism instructor at Carleton University 1-613-520-2600 ext. 7438 mary_mcguire@carleton.ca