McKenzie Malanaphy Bio

30 Mar

Bio: McKenzie Malanaphy

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

  • Graduate of University of St. Thomas (2009) with major in English and French
  • In school I focused on critical analysis and academic writing, sometimes reading as many as 30 novels in a single semester
  • Served with AmeriCorps in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for ten months as team’s Learning Coordinator: I was responsible for the creation and management of our academic calendar, review of all lesson plans, school-wide academic events, and afterschool program
  • Experience editing and formatting documents of both large and small scale.
  • Worked for two years as a receptionist and administrative assistant, directly answering to the CFO of the company
  • Compiled regional news reports, wrote journalistic articles, fact-checked documents, researched, and expanded knowledge of AP Style as an editorial assistant at Tiger Oak Publications

CURRENTLY

  • Freelance content, social media, online marketing and writing at Ditto & Co., Brand Management and Image Advising for owner Gretchen Ditto
  • Tutoring elementary school children in the St. Paul public school system in reading and math (I get to pretend to have children without really having children—brilliant!)

HOW CAN I HELP YOU?

  • Manage and generate social media, newsletter, and website content
  • Prepare, edit, and proofread reports and projects
  • Create and edit presentations and other materials
  • Compile and organize data
  • Research
  • Ensure that documents are ready for final presentation
  • Any and all writing projects

ABOUT ME

I enjoy being active outside, especially in the Spring and Fall. I’m passionate about reading, discussing literature, writing, cooking, fashion, and creating. I recently began playing soccer again for the first time in five years and it’s amazingly fun (and painful). I write poetry and my favorite foods are sushi, quiche, smoked salmon, and cheeseburgers.

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One Response to “McKenzie Malanaphy Bio”

  1. peg March 30, 2011 at 6:17 pm #

    lovely my dear, so proud!

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