I am applying for this position not just because I am drawn to Facebook’s mission, but because I genuinely and wholeheartedly believe I will contribute to the Facebook community by being in this position. Here is why:
I have a degree in communication and graphic design from here. From PNCA I learned I am a community focused narrative builder and organizer. I curate spaces and events to create room for trust, empathy, and growth. I am a human behavior researcher, I am a designer and, above all, my work has been centered around empowering people to do their best work.
It seems that this position is going to be filled by someone with some very specific skills in digital media, content creation and organization, and energizing and empowering community. I have worked as a freelance designer and community builder in many capacities. One of my favorite communities has been built online through my social channels; here and here. I founded a community of women that meets once a month to talk about how to surge forward and push social limits. I created a system of using hashtags to organize my social presence, like this one of my adventures with my grandparents. Once I published my life motto and it turned into a brand! I am interested in the stories our communities tell by the people and conversations fostered within them, so I built my entire thesis around representing the intangible grit of Detroit.
One of my most recent adventures meant I got to build the user experience logic and question pool for this digital platform.
Having been on and managed athletic teams, professional teams, small and large teams, and social justice centered teams I have learned I am most valuable in a position of driver or spontaneous motivator.
I am a proponent of growth mindset and I am always looking for ways to grow, travel, and create better systems.
I'm interested in exploring this position that marries my personal passions and professional expertise — and Facebook
has a mission I identify with strongly and I would jump at the chance to be a part of your story.
I'd love to tell you about anything in my resume that piques your curiosity,.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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