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Interview with Nicole Morell

By Stephanie Hatch Leishman March 9, 2015

Nicole Morell is the MIT Alumni Association’s social media community manager. She manages day-to-day social media and writes for the Slice of MIT blog. Nicole shares her insights into her favorite social network, as well as the challenges and successes she’s had on the job.  What is your favorite social network and...

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Interview with Esther Wallace

By Stephanie Hatch Leishman February 24, 2015

Recently, I asked Esther Wallace, assistant director of marketing and communications for MIT Recreational Sports, to talk about her efforts with social media. She offered her insights on creating content and engaging with key audiences. What is your favorite social media network and why? Pinterest is my personal...

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Interview with Zach Church

By Stephanie Hatch Leishman February 6, 2015

As associate director of news, Zach Church manages news and content for the MIT Sloan School of Management. He also oversees social media management and strategy, so I asked him about his experiences with social media, how he reports on analytics, and how he has changed the way he manages content. What is your...

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Q&A with Liz Woodward

By Stephanie Hatch Leishman May 2, 2014

Liz Woodward manages social media for MIT’s Office of the Arts, more fondly known as Arts at MIT. MIT is a very creative place, and Liz manages social media content that highlights the Institute's juxtaposition of science and art. I asked Liz a few questions about her job.  How long have you been managing your...

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Q&A with Kellen Manning

By Stephanie Hatch Leishman April 29, 2014

I approached Kellen Manning a week ago to see if he’d be willing to answer some questions about his work. Kellen manages social media for MIT’s Division of Student Life. Kellen, what’s the hardest part of managing social media for your department? Probably the fact that before I got here social media in my department...

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