Hi. My name is Liz. Nice to meet you.
I'm Liz. There's probably a lot of labels you can put on me. But the most important thing you need to know? I love diving into a project. I work in social media, marketing, and photography, dabble in code and design, and am a semi-serious gamer. I grew up with - and on - the internet, and I love wielding the power of social for good. I am a nerd, and I love every minute of it.
Masters of Science, Arts Administration
Bachelors of Music, Music Education
Noteable Work Experience
Moniteau School District
At Moniteau High School, my own alma mater, I have signed on as the Assistant Marching Band Director and the Musical Director/Producer, working with students, staff, administration, school board, and parent organizations. I have run rehearsals, managed budgets, and hired staff, among other duties and responsibilities.
Armstrong Group of Companies
At Armstrong, I assist customers with understanding their bill, troubleshooting cable issues, and working with our newest product, EXP, a multiroom solution based on TiVo.
Web/Social Media Manager
As Web/Social Media Manager, I manage all the main accounts for the university. In my time here, I have seen significant growth in followers and interactions with the university on social media.
Audience Services Manager
As Audience Services Manager, I managed all front-of-house operations for the Conservatory and supervised 18 student workers. I also managed a Box Office budget of over $100,000.
Cambridge Center for Adult Education
As part time Communications Director, I solidified the web presence of CCAE, assisted in developing an online class registration process and web redesign, and developed a social media plan, in addition to liasing with press, donors, and other constituents.
Central Square Theater
As Marketing Associate, I was responsible for maintenance of the CST website, social media channels, and email marketing. I also served as the resident photographer for productions, with my work appearing in many local and regional media outlets.
liz [at] libberding.com