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NICOLE S. EINBINDER nse2112@columbia.edu | 714-833-8487 | @NicoleEinbinder | www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-einbinder | nicoleeinbinder.weebly.com | 4 West 103rd St. Apt. 2A New York, N.Y. 10025 EDUCATION Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, New York, N.Y. (Degree expected May 2017) Master of Science, with focus on general assignment, investi
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    EDUCATION Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism , New York, N.Y. (Degree expected May 2017)   Master of Science, with focus on general assignment, investigative techniques and religion, immigration and legal affairs beats. Received honors in all fall semester courses. Selected for Scripps Howard Covering Religion  seminar that includes a reporting trip to India. Enrolled in Gender and Migration  seminar with individual and group investigative projects on sexual harassment in Washington State’s shellfish industry, unaccompanied minors on the U.S./Mexico border and mass deportation efforts. Coursework includes basic multimedia skills, video, features and investigative reporting. Master’s project on Bronx Housing Court and city efforts to provide a right to counsel for low-income tenants facing eviction. University of Washington , Seattle, Wash. (September 2012-June 2016)   B.A. in International Studies, human rights emphasis, and Journalism; interdisciplinary honors; Phi Beta Kappa; magna cum laude. Capstone journalism project: A story on gentrification in South Seattle, which won the Department of Communication’s Pioneer News Group Excellence in Journalism Award in Enterprise Reporting . EXPERIENCE The Seattle Times  ,   Features Intern (January 2016-March 2016)   Pitched and published 20 arts, life, metro and features stories in print and online for the paper’s local section, with many stories featured on the section’s  front page. Stories included a piece on the first art exhibit at Seattle City Hall composed entirely by residents living with Alzheimer’s, a librarian who holds a “story time for grownups,” and  a first-person piece about an Anne Frank exhibit at Seattle’s Holocaust Center for Humanity. One arti cle published on the front page (A1). The Daily of the University of Washington , Features Editor, Social Media Editor, Reporter (January 2013-June 2016) Held writing and editorial positions for the daily student-run paper. As Features Editor (9/15-6/16), I oversaw writers, pitched and edited stories, ran meetings and produced a weekly section. As Social Media Editor (3/15-6/15), used Hootsuite to post daily on the Facebook and Twitter accounts and promote online readership. Orange County Register , News and Features Intern (June 2015-August 2015)   Pitched and p ublished more than 30 news and features stories in print and online for the paper’s local section and hyperlocal city papers, with many stories featured on the local section’s  front page. Stories included a piece on a federally funded program established for migrant workers to earn their GEDs and event coverage of Special Olympics athletes visiting the Orange County Fair. Also wrote obituaries and covered city council meetings. KING 5 Television  (Seattle NBC-affiliate station), Digital Media Intern (March 2015-June 2015) Wrote articles and headlines, edited text, created and managed photo galleries and clipped news broadcasts to post on the station’s website. Used social media tools to promote content and helped manage the Northwest Cable News  Facebook page. Story about clouded leopard cubs born at a local zoo picked up by USA Today  . El Salvador Transnational Task Force, University of Washington Center for Human Rights   (January 2015-March 2015)   Member of a task force that produced short documentaries and a 50-page research report on two massacres that occurred during the Salvadoran Civil War in the 1980s but were never documented due to the state’s 1992  amnesty law. Our videos aimed to reunite survivors with their disappeared children illegally taken and sent abroad in international adoption schemes. Interviewed massacre survivors, researched state and military reports, press coverage and other documents to prove the massacres occurred. Presented our videos to Francisco Altschul, Salvadoran Ambassador to the U.S., and circulated work on social media. SKILLS Proficient in photography, audio and video. Experience with Audition, Adobe Premiere Pro, Audacity, SEO, Google Analytics, Hootsuite, social media (Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat) and publishing platforms CCI and Methode. Investigative experience with FOIA requests, public record extraction, court files, LexisNexis, ProQuest, Pacer and NewsBank. REFERENCES Melissa Davis , Features Editor, The Seattle Times , 206-464-2506, mdavis@seattletimes.com   Paul Eakins , former Local Editor, Orange County Register  , 760-917-6745, pauleakins@yahoo.com Amy Singer , Adjunct Professor, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, 917-680-2224, amy.singer@columbia.edu nse2112@columbia.edu | 714-833-8487 | @NicoleEinbinder | www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-einbinder | nicoleeinbinder.weebly.com | 4 West 103 rd  St. Apt. 2A New York, N.Y. 10025 NICOLE S. EINBINDER  
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