Education:

 

University of Montana-Missoula

2012-MAY 2016

  • Graduate of the School of Journalism and Davidson Honors College; Leadership and Service scholarship winner. Phil Hess Award for work with Montana Public Radio.

National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS); Baja, Mexico

spring 2015

  • Focus on outdoor and leadership skills. Emphasis on marine biology and backcountry technical skills in relation to coastal navigation in sailing and sea kayaking. Spent three months hiking across the Baja Peninsula, sailing, and sea kayaking in a backcountry setting from Loreto to La Paz, Mexico, BCS.

Saint Paul Central High School, Minnesota

2008-2012

  • Graduated June 2012 with High Honors.

 

Work Experience:

 

Associate Producer/Intern with Montana Public Radio; Missoula, MT

August 2015 - may 2016

  • Associate producer for Pea Green Boat, the children's hour.

  • Responsibilities include: producing content for news segments, editing audio, interviewing both in person and by phone, editing the daily Morning Newscast for online format on MTPR.org, building web posts, pitching and producing stories, and having an overall general knowledge of Montana news.

Producer for 32 Campus Drive podcast; Missoula, MT

october 2015 - may 2016

  • As part of Brantly Marketing for the University of Montana, the 32 Campus Drive podcast highlights interesting people doing interesting things on and around campus. Being one of the creators of the podcast, we had space to be creative and innovative, such as incorporating music and natural sound in the stories.

Copy Editor/Fact Checker for Montana Journalism Review; Missoula, MT

Fall 2015 (for 2016 issue)

  • Performed extensive fact checks on numerous stories for MJR, a publication by students in the University of Montana School of Journalism. Excellent knowledge of AP style for copy editing.

Counselor/Trail Guide ;  Ely, MN

summers 2013 - 2016

YMCA Camp Widjiwagan

  • Trail guide in Minnesota, Wyoming and Canada for 11 to 17-year-old girls. Responsibilities focus on teaching campers how to safely enjoy the wilderness for extended periods of the time by gaining canoe, backpacking and camping experience, as well as confidence and team-building skills.  

 

Skills and Experience:

 

Audio:

  • Strong knowledge of Adobe Audition, with daily use for MTPR and in classes. Proficient in Audacity and use of Tascam recorders.

Photo:

  • Strong knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Bridge. Strong knowledge of both Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras as well as Olympus film cameras. Multiple classes in photojournalism and studio photography.

Video:

  • Proficient use of Adobe Premiere Pro, and of both handheld video cameras and DSLR cameras.

Other:

  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, as well as Microsoft’s operating system. Excellent knowledge of Mac operating systems, as well as Mac and Adobe programs. Excellent knowledge of Google Drive and its programs. Excellent knowledge of AP style for copy editing.