Tatiana M. Brown is a public affairs professional and a political media operative. Currently, she is a Public Affairs Fellow at Vox Global Communication where she specializes in research concerning the transect of government and business with sustainability and corporate responsibility. She is also organized a grassroots campaign for a major car company.
She has also previously interned at CBS, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer’s Long Island Regional Office and EMILY’s List. A full portfolio of her work can be found left, segmented in media type, or in the links that follow. She has expertise and portfolios in Visual Media, Audio and Radio and Print media fields. She is also a political operative with experience working within several political organizations.
For the Summer 2014 she interned at EMILY’s List as a Marketing/Membership Intern. As a Marketing/Membership Intern she drafted and communicated membership and contribution inquiries via telephone, email, and postal mail, aided in the marketing production process as needed, writing and editing written content and managed, tracked, and organized all in-house inventory. She was also selected as one of ten out of 200 applicants to participate in POLITICO’s Journalism Institute in August 2014, where my work was featured on POLITICO.com.
She previously interned for NBCUniversal as an intern for “The Reid Report” and “MSNBC LIve” for the Spring 2014 semester. I assisted with daily activities of the various producers and anchor, Joy-Ann Reid.
Also, she previously interned at ForHarriet.com, an online blog, where she wrote two pieces a week on various topics in the African-American Community, covering topics from the Supreme Court striking down parts of The Voting Rights Act and its affects to the Voting Trends of the 2012 Presidential Election. The internship developed into her becoming a Contributing Editor for the site. Also, because of this internship her work, “Mainstream Media Phases Out Prominent African-Americans,” was featured on HuffPost Black Voices. This article also led to Tatiana being a speaker for the Political Institute for Women’s Camp Congress for Girls, DC in June 2013.
Furthermore, she is current Vice President of Hofstra University’s Association of Black Journalists, an affiliate student chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. As Vice-President she has overseen the reinstating of HUABJ as an official student chapter of NABJ, helped produce a weekly podcast show “RocktheMic”, helped produce a biweekly web series entitled “BlackInkTV”, helped increase membership 500%, created a new logo for the organization and significantly contributed to the organizing of events for the club.
She also volunteered as a Media and Communications Volunteer for the 2012 Presidential Debate held on Hofstra’s campus.
Her various experiences have proven that she is a hard worker and created opportunities where there had not been any. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns.