Resume

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Kimberlyn “Katie” Murawski

Cell: 980-722-1694

kimberlyn.m.murawski@gmail.com

http://www.kimberlynmurawski. wordpress.com

150 S. Water St.
Apt #21
Boone, North Carolina 28607

Facebook: katie.murawski.13

Twitter: @murawskikm

Linkedin: kimberlyn-murawski

Experience

Intern Reporter January 2017–May 2017

The Avery Journal-Times newspaper Newland, North Carolina

-Responsible for two stories each week -Interviewed, synthesized and accurately reported information -Attended weekly meetings and contributed pitches

Intern Traffic Management, Producer, Writer August 2016–May 2017

App T.V.

Boone, North Carolina

-Oversaw the entire App TV programming schedule on the web stream and cable stream -Prioritized and scheduled timely commercial spots

-Trained two assistants and managed their work -United App TV and The Appalachian to produce a student newscast called, “The Appalachian Update”

-Wrote jokes for episodes of the original student produced comedy series, “Up Late App State”

Intern Social Media Manager May 2016–September 2016

Wine To Water

Boone, North Carolina

-Coordinated and curated social media posts -Monitored insights and engagements tailored posts according to findings -Corresponded with other nonprofits and businesses about cross promotion and outreach

Arts and Entertainment Editor January 2015–May 2017

The Appalachian newspaper

Boone, North Carolina

-Promoted from reporter to editor in one semester

-Directed and moderated biweekly desk meetings -Assigned, edited and provided constructive feedback to reporters

-Attended and contributed to weekly editorial board meetings

Skills

Film and edit videos using Adobe Premiere Pro,
write in Associated Press style, Use Indesign
for newspaper layout, edit photos using
Photoshop,delegate jobs and manage a group of
reporters, familiar with using content managing
systems and WordPress

*Worked 20 hours a week at a bar while attending
school full time

Leadership

Vice President

Society of Professional Journalists

-Attended and organized monthly meetings

-Planned and budgeted a trip to Washington with 12 student members to cover the 45th Presidential Inauguration

-Managed the club’s Facebook page and recruited new members

President, Public Relations Chair

Roller Derby Club Appalachian Rollergirls -Drafted press releases for local newspapers

-Delegated cabinet positions and oversaw that assignments were complete

Awards

-North Carolina College Media
Association’s “Best in Show”
for online news in 2015-16
-Pacemaker Award for online
news in 2016 at the
Associated Collegiate Press
Convention in Washington
-Most Valued Reporter of 2015