Reshma Biring

Reshma Biring

Enablement ManagerLondon, United Kingdom
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Reshma Biring

Reshma Biring

Enablement ManagerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
A positive, dynamic and highly accomplished all-round project manager, with far-reaching, in-depth and varied experience across all media sectors. Strong background in media, training and empowering youth, charities and community groups to create compelling media content and communications. Excellent partnership and networking proficiencies. Recognised as a creative, highly organised, efficient and self-motivated individual, with vision, clarity and high-level strategic and collaborative capabilities. Currently looking for a new challenge to broaden horizons, learn new skills and move up the career ladder.
  • Creativity Works: Multimedia Genius Training
    Creativity Works: Multimedia Genius TrainingCreativity Works: Multimedia Genius Training is a free, high-impact media and employment skills training programme for young people (aged 18-24) in London, who are not currently in employment, education or training. This intensive, twelve week crash-course  aims to provide them with help to find paid work in the media industry. The scheme is delivered by Media Trust and supported by Mayor’s Fund for London at City Hall. The project is split into two phases: six weeks of intensive masterclasses.
  • Global360
    Global360 As part of the #Global360 Filmmaking Challenge, Media Trust and Community Channel invited the young Indian generation to create films about how international aid is helping to transform lives in India, and show us which communities could benefit from aid the most. The shortlisted films were packaged into a three-part TV series: India Unplugged, fronted by Tina Daheley and broadcast on Community Channel.
Projects credited in
  • London360
    London360Multi-platform journalist, producing, filming and editing HD quality 3-4 minute features for TV, online and print press. Operating a Sony HXR-NX5E professional camera. Producing content for BBC Radio and WestsideFM.
  • Creativity Works: Multimedia Training Season 8 Highlights Video
    Creativity Works: Multimedia Training Season 8 Highlights VideoCaptures the [highlights] entire course and compiled into a 6 minute video, filled with exciting events that took place over the 10 week period.
  • London Undercover - Religion
    London Undercover - Religion
Work history
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    Brand AmbassadorFlash Pack
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    • Responsible for set up and running of pop-up studio style photo booths and bespoke photographic installations at a range of events, including: brand experiences and experiential activations, corporate parties such as Google and Thompson Reuters, in store promotions, festivals, awards ceremonies and weddings
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    Media Trust logo
    Project ManagerMedia Trust
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Responsible for the development, seamless and timely management of a range of complex youth and community media schemes. Received promotion to see through a range of project lifecycles, from start to finish: Creativity Works: Multimedia Genius Training • Responsible for the set-up, recruitment, coordination and delivery of this 12-week practical media training and employability scheme for disadvantaged young Londoners • Ensuring the smooth delivery of masterclasses and workshops run by top creative professionals and media companies such as: ITN, Turner and UKTV • Established and managed a key partnership with Oath, who provided the young people with mentors and actual media content briefs. The young people’s vlog reaction pieces, articles and blogs were published on The Huffington Post website and Yahoo! News • Oversaw a brief set out by the BBC, which asked the young people to produce short videos highlighting Barak Obama’s presidency. These were screened at a special event held at Broadcasting House • Prepared a young person to be filmed and interviewed by BBC reporter, Alpa Patel, about issues concerning young people in the run-up to the general elections. Provided the young person media training in how to deliver key messages, interviewing techniques and confidence to appear on screen. The video was shared on BBC London’s Facebook page London360 • Worked closely alongside the Executive Producer, Jasmine Dotiwala, to manage a team of reporters and the daily editorial operations of youth media brand, London360: a compelling, grassroots community-focused news and magazine show, and London Undercover: a series of half-hour documentaries, broadcast on London Live and Community Channel • Supported the journalists with the construction of their features, reviewing narratives, story structure and rough-edits. Reviewed each show before going to air. Checked compliance and ensured OFCOM regulations were adhered to • Oversaw the development of a new project website and took charge of its maintenance • Supported the reporters to speak confidently London360 content and Media Trust’s key messages when promoting the TV show on BBC London Radio, Westside FM, London Live and Sky News • Compiled and edited a project highlights video, which was screened at a celebration event held at the Houses of Commons • Managed relationships with top media executives, commissioners, editors, CEOs, and media professionals to provide training and mentoring, including: The Guardian, VICE UK, Google, and BBC • Oversaw all aspects of project management: devising timelines, monitoring KPIs and targets, reporting, analysing impact, developing fundraising bids, and writing evaluations for the project funders and key stakeholders Do #SomethingBrilliant & Brilliant Arts • Set-up and facilitated a string of video production and social media campaign workshops as part of Community Channel’s digital and broadcast initiatives: Do #SomethingBrilliant and Brilliant Arts • Empowered and supported charities and community groups to create media campaigns and key messages to enhance their visibility, market their services, raise funds and generate awareness about their causes Global360 • Manager of Media Trust’s first global project; a filmmaking challenge, broadcast TV and online season; telling the stories of how international aid is helping to change lives in India • Sourced and supported young filmmakers across India, and provided them access to creative mentors; managing these relationships remotely • Worked closely with Media Trust’s PR team to construct press releases for Asian media outlets. This included coverage in Asian Image and Biz Asia • Established key partnerships with the Global Poverty Project, the London Asian Film Festival to help distribute content • Executive Producer of three-part TV series: India Unplugged, fronted by BBC presenter: Tina Daheley. Compiled scripts and oversaw production
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  • Communication
  • Creative Leadership
  • Managing Teams
  • Training Delivery
  • Mentoring
  • Business Networking
  • Media Production
  • Negociation
  • Excellent Organisation
  • Project Manaement
    HND Journalism
     - London, United Kingdom
    BTEC Media
     - London, United Kingdom