SEACREST STUDIOS/ GALAXY 51
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMS MANAGER
Oversaw all brand development, promotion, staff, and operating budgets
Developed safety and risk management policies, including a comprehensive training program for staff, interns, and volunteers (30+ direct reports)
Served as program spokesperson and interviewed celebrity artists including Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Adam Levine, The Fray, Ed Sheeran, and professional athletes
A division serving the psycho social needs of pediatric patients through arts and sciences programming that was therapeutic, interactive, entertaining, and educational. Included creation and management of small and large events for patients and families (200+).
Galaxy 51 - Closed-circuit 24-hour television network with 25+ hours of live programming weekly, included programming of Seacrest Studios
In-house Creative Services - serving The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's internal healthcare clients across all divisions, programs, and executive initiatives that focused on patient or staff education
Patient & Family Multimedia Services - one-on-one patient directed projects engaging in expression and distraction through creative arts, including photos/videos for patient "life moments"
Celebrating Child Life Month and promoting the department’s services in a viral campaign; yielded more than 480,000+ YouTube views.
**due to the subject matter and images used in a majority of productions, authorized usage is limited by HIPAA to the above samples
CN8 NETWORK, SPORTS
MANAGER OF PROGRAMMING DEVELOPMENT
Directed sports producers and graphic designers in the rebrand and expansion of franchise series with more in-depth storytelling, high profile show hosts/ segment guests, and integrated sponsor packages that secured new advertising product categories
Negotiated domestic and international acquisitions that expanded show variety and market audience
Managed promotion and branding strategy for network sports content and oversaw production budgets, rights and clearances, and on-air talent agreements