Naina Mall

Media, Communications and Culture

Level
Junior
Location
Slough, United Kingdom
Availability
Locked Pro Plan feature
Professions
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Projects

  • Media, Communications and Culture
  • Media, Communications and Culture
  • Media, Communications and Culture

About me

A graduate in media, cultural and communication studies with a driven working ethos and copious public engagement skill sets and experience. Over 5 years (freelance) experience of working within the creative media industry.

Skills

  • Modelling
  • Acting
  • Art Direction
  • Creative
  • Charity

Companies I’ve worked with

  • P

    Pak7

    • I

      Iris Global Ministries

      • C

        Church Mission Society

        Work history

        Currently

        TV Presenter

        Pak7

        Mar 2017
        • Lebanon
        • Freelance
        • 1) Hosting a children's bed-time story show series The "Bedtime Stories" series focuses on ages (0-7years) and will be broadcasted on TV in South Asia in 2019/2020. (Language: Urdu/English) (Clip can be provided on request) Skills learnt: Production Management Script Writing

        2016

        Oct 2016 - Nov 2016
        • Mozambique
        • Freelance
        • 1) Teaching English at pop up schools in surrounding villages 2) Helping at the orphanage- serving meals, spending time with the children 3) Working alongside the media team- training interns on basic photography, filming and content writing 4) Proposing creative ideas on ways to promote the organisation i.e. monthly magazine (digital/hardcopy) , social media advertising, short films, documentaries 5) Discussing branding and advertising strategies beneficial funding for the organisation in the year 2017

        2016

        Event Coordinatior

        Church Mission Society

        Apr 2016 - Jun 2016
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • 1) Managing a global campaign "Asia Prayer and Aware" launched at the Lambeth Palace 2) Organising a charity event to raise awareness about issues such as persecution, education and poverty in the South Asian World 3) Developed promotional material- Invitations, flyers, leaflets and posters leading up to the event 4) Ongoing engagement with significant personalities such as the Archbishop of Canterbury, Pakistan and India who showed their support to the project by attending the event. 5) Communicating with the senior board members of the organisation (CMS), presenting ideas and strategies on how to promote the campaign 6) Organising press and media coverage of the event 7) Promoting and managing the campaign on various social media platforms 8) Branding the event to attract young people and youth organisations 9) Report writing and producing presentations analyzing the event

        Education

        2015

        B.S. Media, Culture, and Communications

        Roehampton University

        Sep 2012 - Jul 2015
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Areas covered over the course of three years: TV, Film, Radio, Print, Cyber Media Also: Cultural Studies, News Media