Rare Champions


Project: Rare Champions Role: Project Lead, Content Creator, Designer, Legal approvals An effort to highlight employees from all over the globe to showcase their entrepreneurial spirit, agility, urgency and thoughtfulness and how they push through challenge and thrive on the positive impact they make for patients and families every day. The campaign was designed to […]

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Award Winning #RareCount Campaign: Rare Disease Day 2017

rarecount portfolio

Project: Rare Count Campaign for Rare Disease Day 2017 Role: Project Lead, Content Creator, CMLR approvals In celebration of the 10th annual international Rare Disease Day, sponsored by the European Organization for Rare Diseases (EURORDIS) and the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD), Shire launched the “Rare Count” campaign to raise awareness of the 350 […]

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Shire’s Global Day of Service


Project: Digital Strategy for Shire’s Global Day of Service Role: Strategy Lead, Content Creator, Designer On October 2, 2015, more than 1,400 global Shire plc employees joined together in their respective communities for the Company’s first Global Day of Service in aid of dozens of charities and non-profit groups. I coordinated four members of Senior […]

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Social Media Policies: For Employee Personal & Professional Use


Project: Social Media Policy Creation for both Employee Personal Use and Professional Use Role: Project Lead, Writer When I started at Shire, no formal policy for Professional Use of Social Media existed and the policy for Employee Personal Use was extremely limiting (it essentially encouraged employees not to mention the company at all). I assembled […]

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Cubist Acquisition


Project: Merck/Cubist Acquisition Role: Strategist, Project Manager Effective January 22, 2015, Cubist Pharmaceuticals became a wholly owned subsidiary of Merck & Co., Inc. Leading up to the acquisition, I collaborated with the web, social & legal teams at Merck to develop a Day 1 plan which included a modified website design and custom social media […]

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Digital Strategy: Superbugs


Project: Digital Content Strategy for Superbugs Role: Content Strategist, Content Creator, Designer Around the world, in every country, in every hospital, in every community, Superbugs are infecting people and leaving them with life-threatening illnesses that few medicines can cure. Each year, millions of people get antibiotic-resistant infections. Many of thousands of them die. At Cubist, […]

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Website & Digital Strategy: Broadstreetriot.com


Project: Website & Digital Content Strategy for Broadstreetriot.com Role: Developer, Strategist Broad Street Riot is a New England oyster bar & Atlantic Coast cookery located in Boston’s booming financial district. They needed a quick website turnaround and best practices on how to integrate and use social media to attract customers and drive business.

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Redesign: Cubist.com & Cubist.ch


Project: Redesign of Cubist.com & Cubist.ch Role: Project Manager, Content Creator, UAT I joined Cubist in July of 2014 and the corporate communications group was mid-way through this project. The new Cubist corporate headquarters website was designed and intended to be a global website, showcase thought leadership, be local, relevant, compliant, with a differentiated and […]

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HBS Homepage Redesign 2014

HBS Homepage 2014

Project: Harvard Business School Homepage Redesign 2014 Role: UX, Project Management, UAT In early 2014, HBS embarked on a redesign of the homepage. The goal was to approach ongoing website designs as “mobile first” and as such launch a new header, footer, and overall responsive page.

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Video Storytelling: Get to know the students of HBS


Project: Video Storytelling at Harvard Business School Role: Content Strategist, Video Producer Through continued analysis of social media and student focus groups, I quickly learned that prospective students wanted to hear from HBS students what the HBS experience is like. Prior to the the arrival of the Class of 2014, we asked second year students […]

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