Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 1

Brittany KEitHLEy

1207 Fox Rd., Apt. 8, Maryville, MO, 64468

402.801.1111 brittany.keithley@gmail.com

Media Experience
Media Relations Assistant, Northwest Missouri State University, Office of University Relations (August 2011- present) Interview, research and write news releases and feature stories that are sent to local and regional media as well as being featured on the University website. Editorial Assistant, Northwest Alumni Magazine (May 2011 - August 2011) Assist in planning content and design for the magazine, research, interview and write feature stories, edit content and layouts and assist in planning redesign of magazine. Editor-in-Chief, Northwest Missourian - student-run newspaper at Northwest Missouri State University (May 2010 - May 2011) Research and conduct a newspaper redesign, develop a stronger online presence, introduce a new website format for the publication, converge the different media entities to form a television news show, manage planning, production and execution of the newspaper, manage an 18-person staff, design the publication and manage a staff payroll budget. Co-producer, KNWT - Channel 8 News (August 2010 - May 2011) Initiate and develop the converged television news show on the campus student-run television station, wrote scripts for the anchor, coordinate the guests of the show and operate teleprompter for host. Design Editor, Northwest Missourian (August 2009 - May 2010) Direct designers in the process of developing layouts and designs, train and direct students to work with inDesign software and to coordinate between photographers and reporters to fully develop stories. Reporter & Photographer, Falls City Journal (January 2008 - August 2008)

Bachelor of Science, Northwest Missouri State University (December 2011) Major in Journalism Minor in Interactive Digital Media Cumulative GPA - 3.6 Media Training, College Media Advisers Media Convention, New York City (April 2011) Attend leadership, management and newspaper development sessions, met with media professionals to develop networking connections and led critiques regarding my publication and other student publications. Media Training, Management Seminar for College News Editors, Athens, Ga. (June 2010) Develop leadership skills, explore ways to incorporate new technologies and interactive journalism into role as an editor, define expanding roles and responsibilities as an editor and determine plan to expand readership and recruit, retain and train staff.

Associated Collegiate Press All American Honor Rating Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist Distinguished Scholar Award Student Media Staff Award T.H. Opal Eckert Journalism Scholar Award B.J. Alcott Scholar Award Northwest Student Publications College Journalist of the Year National Society of Collegiate Scholars Award Missouri College Media Association Awards, including five first place recognitions and 13 total awards

Laura Widmer, Director of Student Publications, Northwest Missouri State University, (660.853.9365) lwidmer@nwmissouri.edu Mark Hornickel, Media Relations Specialist, Office of University Relations - Northwest Missouri State University, (660.562.1704) mhorn@nwmissouri.edu Bill Elsen, Editor, The Washington Post (retired), (703.281.3866) elsenb@verizon.net