Bilingual Managing Editor with strong editorial, written and communication skills. A creative mind with a BA in French and Hispanic Studies.
In this role I am responsible for managing six Current Opinion journals, both online and print based. Overseeing the whole process, from initial proposal to final publication, I commission and collate the content, coordinate the journal work flow, check the submissions for style, and write and edit biographies. I also update and help to maintain each of the journal websites, manage accounts and payments and analyse journal performance and statistics. The role also sees me liaising with a number of different people; from authors, to editors, publishers, permissions teams, proofreaders and the production department. I managed a team of 4 Editorial Co-ordinators which includes checking their work, acting as the main point of contact for the department and training new starters.
I was responsible for managing six Current Opinion journals, both online and print based. Overseeing the whole process, from initial proposal to final publication, I commissioned and collated the content, coordinated the journal work flow, checked the submissions for style, and wrote and edited biographies. I also updated and helped to maintain each of the journal websites, managed accounts and payments and analysed journal performance and statistics. The role also saw me liaising with a number of different people; from authors, to editors, publishers, permissions teams, proofreaders and the production department.
As the Founder of The Glossa, King’s College London’s Modern Foreign Language Magazine, I set up the project in its entirety. This involved regularly liaising with academic and administrative staff, writing job descriptions and hiring individuals, setting up the magazine’s website, creating promotional material, creating social media profiles, giving talks to groups of students and writing and producing content. As the magazine’s Editor, I oversee everything at the magazine. This includes staff roles and performance (I manage a team of 8) and all content submitted (produced in seven languages: English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish). I maintain the website, upkeep the social media profiles and act as the first point of contact for any inquiries. I am constantly striving to expand the project and looking at new ways to make this viable. I also contribute to the project regularly, both as a writer and a photographer.
Tutor the following subjects: French to A Level Spanish to A Level English Literature to A Level Maths to GCSE
I undertook a number of tasks such as ticket checking, directing patrons, crowd monitoring, hospitality and providing general guidance to the public.
Assisted with the teaching of Spanish A Level as part of the K-Link Teaching scheme at The Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School (voted the best comprehensive school in the country 2014 by The Sunday Times),
I designed the newspaper in its entirety, supervising both layout and graphic design, and conversing with the Editor and Section Editors to ensure a very high quality, cohesive product. This role also saw me doing editorial work; both proofreading and editing submitted articles, and I also wrote a number of articles for the publication. I was part of the editorial team which won the ‘Anna Sargent Student Journalist’ Mind Media Award 2014.
Worked at More London at Tower Bridge, giving advice to tourists and visitors.
I assisted children between the ages of 4 and 18 with Maths and English work, this included marking and correcting their work, and giving them guidance and support. The role also required regular correspondence with the team leader in order to organise and maintain sessions and assure the appropriate delivery of the correct material.
Final 2:1 grade. Coursework in language, arts (mainly literature), history and culture. High 2:1 dissertation on the Spanish and Latin American publishing industries. Included year abroad study at the Université d’Aix-Marseille, France (Sept. 2012 – Jan. 2013) and the Universidad de Córdoba, Spain (Feb. 2013 – June 2013).
4 A levels – English Literature (B), French (A), General Studies (A) and Spanish (A) 2 AS levels – Maths (A) and Extended Project (A) 10 GCSEs - English Language (A*), English Literature (A*), French (A*), History (A*), ICT (B), Maths (A*), Media Studies (A*), Science (A*), Additional Science (A*), Spanish (A*)
Ran by the PTC http://www.publishingtrainingcentre.co.uk/courses/short-courses/core-publishing-skills/item/introduction-to-editorial-skills
The team produced an investigative special issue of the student tabloid ROAR! News. It aimed to dispel myths about people with mental health problems, and give students the opportunity to talk about their own experiences. http://issuu.com/kclsustudentmedia/docs/november_issue_final
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