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Ashley Carufel
Education The George Washington University
School of Media and Public Affairs
B.A. in Journalism, Expected May 2010 Graduation

 Online Journalism Workshop

 Digital Media Production
 Broadcast Newswriting

Skills Technical: HTML ♦ CSS ♦ Dreamweaver ♦ Final Cut Pro ♦ Adobe

Photoshop ♦ Soundslides Plus ♦ DVD Studio Pro
Content: Trained in print, web, and broadcast reporting ♦ video and audio
production ♦ web design ♦ social media


Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Producer & Product Services Intern

Crystal City, VA June 2010 – August 2010

Member of PBS Interactive team- maintain communication with producers

nationwide on ongoing and upcoming web initiatives for PBS; beta test
developing web products and provide feedback; write posts for the "PBS
Producer Exchange" blog regarding to acquaint the producer community with
status of PBS.org redesign and developing mobile application; attend feedback
sessions on the PBS.org redesign

Human Rights Campaign Media Center Intern

Washington, DC February 2010 – May 2010

Produced a daily news webcast; filmed multimedia content with DVCPRO

camera or robotic camera; edited content for web with Final Cut Pro; gained
proficiency with editing in Final Cut; assisted Media Production Coordinator to
create other multimedia and to run the center; log incoming filmed footage and
complete packages for the internal media database; copy and label DVDs for
internal and external use

The GW Hatchet Campus News Reporter

Washington, DC January 2010 – Present

Wrote news articles for the print/online edition of the campus news section;
worked with an editor on a deadline; interviewed students and university
officials for various pieces
Will spend Fall 2010 semester as an "Expat" columnist reporting on personal
study abroad experiences

The Daily Colonial Editor-in-Chief

Washington, DC January 2008 – December 2009

Ran editorial board of eight editors; led direction to revamp into a

newsmagazine from a daily, online newspaper; in charge of marketing and
recruitment; final editing of articles; created and managed social media
accounts; youngest member of the editorial board, and youngest ever editor-in-
Previously served as news editor managing a team of 20 writers- assigning
stories, editing submitted work, and steering the direction of the section;
formerly campus news reporter prior to serving on the editorial board

Achievements 2010 Gridiron Scholarship recipient

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