Hi! My name is Jenn Addison and I'm Digital and Creative Consultant. I've worked for a number of mission driven non-profit organizations in the Washington, DC area including EMILY's List and the Truman National Security Project. My work has been recognized with awards and has contributed to record-breaking fundraising cycles, and I've also contributed to a number of viral campaigns including the launch of See Joan Run and the release of the first-ever President and Vice President Barbies.
I am passionate about gender equality, and women and girls' empowerment and leadership, and that is reflected in the organizations that I've worked for the projects I've taken on. Currently I'm serving as the Digital and Creative Manager at She Should Run where I inform and execute the organizations' Digital and Creative strategy.
Prior to She Should Run, I managed social media for TechGirls, a international exchange program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. In this role I told the stories of 27 young women from 7 countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa who are determined to pursue education and careers in the STEM fields. Successes included developing a strategic communications plan, supported by the TechGirls voices, stories, and experiences, that generated significant buzz online in a short amount of time—over a three-week period, I was able to increase TechGirls' Twitter followers by 10% and achieve an average weekly reach of 11-12,000 on Facebook. Colleagues know me as a team player who is always looking to learn a new skills, and always in search of a new challenge.
Outside of my work, I'm 200hr Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher, an aspiring vegetarian, and lover of Sriracha.
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