M A R K E T I N G
R E S U M E
Photography by Set Apart Productions
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Marketing
Bachelor of Arts in Dance Concentration in Performance, Choreography & Theory
GPA: 3.8 | May 2017
Fall 2013 – Present: Chancellor’s List
2016-17: One-Time Achievement Scholarship
Summer 2015 - Present: Member of University Honors program
Fall 2015: Spotlight Student for College of Arts + Architecture
Summer 2014: Halton Scholarship
Summer 2014: Turin, Italy: Arké Danza
2014-Present – Executive Director of Range of Motion Dance Ensemble
2014-Present – Mentored students in the Student Extension Program
2013-Present – Member of MOVE Dance Alliance
Content Marketing Specialist - Charlotte ballet, Charlotte NC, January 2017-present
Responsible for collaborating on content planning and executing content marketing plans with special emphasis on CREATING BLOG CONTENT that supports performances goals, Academy and Education & Outreach and development initiative.
University Professional Internship Program - UNC Charlotte, Spring 2016 - Spring 2017
Generate image, video and written content for department INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, TWITTER, and TUMBLR pages. Direct Incoming Student Placement Auditions, Student Extension Program, and department events to support scholarship retention and recruitment efforts.
Marketing Intern – Charlotte Ballet, Charlotte, NC, August 2016 - December 2016
Assist in the development and execution of marketing plans and contributes to marketing event management including community appearances, theater events and special artistic events.
Arts Administration Summer Intern – Charlotte Ballet, Charlotte, NC, Summer 2016
Launched first inventory system for annual Nutcracker Boutique sales. Managed front desk operations, utilizing MindBody software, processing registration and payment methods, and assisting with academy events.
Charlotte Research Scholars - University of North Carolina Charlotte, May – Dec. 2015
Assisted in the reconstruction of lost 1962 work entitled "Tracer" for modern dance choreographer, Paul Taylor. Conducted 500 hours of research over 15 months. Researched at New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Paul Taylor Dance Company, American Dance Festival, and The Juilliard School for the Performing Arts. Participated in the physical embodiment of research during a three-week residency.
Research Presentations: September 2016: Panel Discussion, UNCC; July 2015: Charlotte Research Scholars, UNCC; November 2015: State of North Carolina Student Undergraduate Research and Creative Symposium, High Point University; December 2015: Dance Research Forum, UNCC