FRIENDS OF THE BLUFF

We are both active board members of the Friends of the Bluff. A Spokane non-profit group that started as a small group of volunteers in 2010. In 2014, they became a 501c3 nonprofit organization. We began working with them in January of 2020, heading their social media, marketing, and outreach.

Through volunteer efforts, community partnerships, and education, this group works to conserve the area in a natural, sustainable state for multiple users who respect the resource, each other, and wildlife. We organize trail maintenance, fire suppression, invasive plant management, tree planting, park cleanup, and naturalist events.

DURATION
JANUARY 2020-CURRENT
TASKS PERFORMED
MANAGE SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS

LEAD & PROMOTE FUNDRAISING EVENTS & INITIATIVES

EMAIL MARKETING & LIST BUILDING

DESIGN PRESENTATION MATERIALS FOR EVENTS
RESULTS
INCREASED SOCIAL MEDIA FOLLOWING BY 135% (IN FIRST 3 MONTHS)

DONATION STATISTICS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT END OF 2020

UNITED WAY

DURATION
JAN- MAY 2011
TASKS PERFORMED
CREATED GRAPHICS, FLYERS & OTHER PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS

FILMED PROMO VIDEO WITH COMMUNITY SPONSORS

WROTE & SUBMITTED PRESS RELEASES
RESULTS
EXCEEDED $220K ANNUAL FUNDRAISING GOAL

WARTBURG COLLEGE

DURATION
JAN – APR 2010
TASKS PERFORMED
COORDINATED/PROMOTED START-UP OF ON-CAMPUS GARDEN

COORDINATED/PROMOTED ENERGY-SAVING COMPETITION AGAINST RIVAL SCHOOLS
RESULTS
COLLEGE REDUCED ITS CARBON FOOTPRINT BY 18%
COLLEGE IMPROVED ITS “COOL SCHOOLS” SCORE (SIERRA CLUB ENVIRONMENTAL SURVEY) BY 45% MOVING FROM LAST PLACE (163) IN 2010 TO 85TH IN 2011

FUNICOM

DURATION
MAY 2009 & MAY 2011
TASKS PERFORMED
CULTIVATED A COMMUNITY GARDEN AND DISTRIBUTE DONATIONS AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO POOR COMMUNITIES

FILMED THE EXPERIENCE AND CREATED 50-MINUTE DOCUMENTARY
RESULTS
NOMINATED FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY BY THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES