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									                                              Chris Albert
                          18 East 16th Street, Ste. 308, New York, NY 10003 • 202 206 1600


Audio/Video engineer with extensive sales background. Well versed in all types of media production for film,
television, Web, and live presentation.


Account Executive, PCI Communications, Inc.                                                     2005-Present
New York Client Representative of nationally known communications strategies and services firm that provides
planning, assessment, counsel, and production of video, events, print, electronic graphics, training, and teambuilding.
 New business development coordinator
 Marketing consultant
 Consultant
 Sales strategist

Executive Producer, Park Avenue Creative/Post                                                    2003-2005
Executive producer for leading video/audio post-production facility in New York City featuring cutting-edge HD
imagery and graphics.
 New business development manager
 Account manager
 Expansion and technical purchasing developer

Account Executive, Ace Audiovisual                                                             2000-2003
Account Executive for a nationally acclaimed audio/visual equipment supply corporation specializing in high-end
corporate communications systems.
 Developer, new business
 Designer and manager, new product integration

Founder, Chris Albert Productions                                                           1992-1999
Founder and owner of independent music and audio production company specializing in film and television production.
 Sound technician
 Audio designer
 Cameraman

Recording Engineer, PowerStation Recording Studios                                              1989-1991
Recording engineer at large New York City recording studio with focus on audio tracks for television and film.
 Engineer
 Music/audio producer


Audio Media Program, Center for Media Arts, Certificate                                                 1999
Communications/Broadcast Media, New York Institute of Technology, Coursework                            1988

                                             Keith Bloom
                               3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600


Instructor-level proficiency in leading interactive development and creative production software suites. Skilled at
strategic planning, digital asset integration, and corporate communication, routinely solving complex creative and
technical problems and delivering successful campaigns that exceed client expectations. Current in best-practices new
media strategies and dynamic architectures, semantic markup, SEO as well as variable content outreach, and highly
experienced in enterprise-level direct marketing/CRM systems and variable content publishing.


Director of Marketing Communications Services
PCI Communications, Inc.                                                                  2007-Pressent
Enterprise-level consulting on integrated print/multimedia branding and communications architectures. Migration of
large association websites to Web 2.0 open source standards for services and operations. Development and design of
interactive association outreach for membership recruiting and communications. Development and support of $400M
new web applications business pipeline in first two quarters.

Creative Development Tsar
Persistent Identity Enterprises, LLC                                                      2007
Development of next-generation profile/identity management applications and widgets. Technical expertise in LAMP
development cycles, presentation layer logic, and UI designs. Subject matter expert on identity and personal privacy
issues on the internet.

VP Marketing and Advertising
InPhonic                                                                                    2003-2006
Responsible for quality and performance of creative ad units and storefronts with over $300MM annual sales. Installed
collaborative project trafficking system, trained staff of 24 in creative management processes. Designed, edited and
optimized purchase flow for in-house brands and major partner storefronts, improving conversion by nearly 10% and
adding $28MM to annual sales revenue. Measured, quantified and improved virtual bottom line effects of internal
projects against external results, distilled key performance points for stakeholders and designers to catalyze future
success. Evaluated and approved all subcontracted creative services, continuously trained and mentored full-time staff
on emerging design trends and best practices. Provided thought leadership in user trends analysis, purchase flow
redesign and e-commerce best practices. Brand standards application and integration for Apple, Radio Shack, Best
Buy, AOL, MSN, Sprint/Nextel.

Team Leader, Luxury and Travel Group
The Meridian Group, Inc.                                                                 2002-2003
Responsible for quality and performance of creative representing $36MM in annual agency revenues.
Trained, mentored and supervised 9 direct reports including a senior media buyer, account managers, graphic designers,
a production manager and a senior copywriter. Group liaison to executive management, provided thought leadership in
creative asset management and optimizing production process flow throughout all departments. Strategic account
direction for Kiawah Island Resort and Anheuser Busch Resort Properties.

Executive Creative Director
Imago Communications                                                                     2001-2002
Team leader for keystone accounts, review wins for Freddie Mac, Cavalier Telephone and Giant Foods. Built new
practice in dynamic content marketing and variable print direct outreach programs. Professional speaker at Graph Expo
2002, the printing industry’s annual technology trade show, on “Designing for Digital [D4D]” challenges and benefits,
and also AMA Annual Conference 1992 for HP/Indigo.


                                                                                  Keith Bloom, Page 2 of 2

President and CEO
Bloom & Mertz/The Bloom Agency                                                              1991-2001
Built from personal freelance portfolio to an award winning creative agency with expertise in interactive, print and
broadcast advertising and promotions and a full-time staff of fifteen. Hired, trained, and reviewed all full- and part-time
employees as well as freelance contractors. Year-over-year growth to more than $2MM annual revenue in 2000. Guest
speaker and panel chair for George Washington University School of Business and Public Management showcase on
professional marketing opportunities to program students and faculty. Recruited and mentored award-winning Art
Directors, Copywriters and Web Designers. Strategic and creative direction for Discovery Communications, American
Woodmark, Stanley Martin, Mills, Clark Construction and Carr America.

Adjunct Professor, College of Arts and Sciences
Trinity University                                                    January 1991-May 1991
Created and taught first syllabus on Desktop Graphic Design to second- and third-year design students.
Received unanimous “outstanding” ratings on teacher evaluations from students

Bachelor of Arts, Graphic Design, American University                                       1989
ADDY award winner for projects in print broadcast and multimedia categories, Summit Award winner for broadcast
animation, AIGA50 recognition for multimedia.

                               Candace Crandall Bowen
                           3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600

Communications professional with more than a decade of experience working on politics, public policy, and complex
issues. Skilled at pitching experts; developing strategic communications plans; writing scripts, press releases, op-eds,
talking points and other briefing materials; managing web sites, blogs, data bases, multiple assignments on tight
deadlines; and providing guidance and support for other staff members. Experienced with IMAC and PC, Windows
XP, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Power Point, Photoshop, and Media Map. Excellent writing skills. Articulate
spokesperson. Clients include volunteer-driven political campaigns and political women’s groups, as well as think
tanks, associations, government agencies, others.


PCI Communications, Inc., Alexandria, VA                                                                2007-Present
Fill multiple roles for a leading full-service communications agency, interpreting complex issues for maximum impact
for a broad range of clients. Responsibilities include writing video scripts, ad copy, articles for by-lined publication as
well as directing and narrating corporate videos. Recent clients include The Institute of International Finance,
American Society of Association Executives, Pan American Development Foundation, U.S. Department of Defense,
National Society of Collegiate Scholars, U.S. Coast Guard and many others.

Communications Consultant/Writer                                                                    2004-2007
Evaluated public relations operations, taught editorial writing and on-camera skills, produced tabloids, newsletters and
promotional publications. Clients included the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a Virginia State Senate campaign,
women’s political groups, George Mason University, others. By-lined articles, commentary, and book reviews
published in American Businesswoman, Wall Street Journal, San Diego Union-Tribune, Cleveland Plain Dealer,
Orange County Register, The Women's Quarterly, American Outlook, Capitalism, Northern Virginian, Research
Resources Reporter (NIH), The World & I, Consumers' Research, First Things, and many others, as well as distributed
over the Knight-Ridder and United Press International news wires. Guest speaker/instructor, editorial writing, Institute
for Humane Studies, Washington Summer Fellows Program.

Series Television Producer
Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg on PBS
New River Media, Inc. , Washington, DC                                                                  2001-2004
Generated show ideas, booked guests, and formatted weekly broadcasts for a weekly taped politics and policy talk show
airing nationally on PBS. Coordinated studio tapings and directed 1-, 2- and 3-camera location tapings. Directed field
shoots for backgrounders. Wrote and edited scripts. Over four years, produced more than 60 half-hour programs on
scientific, political, social, historical, and public policy topics, including interviews with environmentalist Paul Ehrlich,
political analysts Charles Cook and Norman Ornstein, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former National
Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, defense policy adviser Richard Perle, presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan,
former Deputy Secretary of State StrobeTalbot, historian Jay Winik (April 1865), biographer Ron Chernow (Alexander
Hamilton), broadcast journalist Marvin Kalb, columnists/journalists Charles Krauthammer, Christopher Hitchens,
Andrew Sullivan, Michael Barone, Max Boot, James Mann, Bill Gertz, Ronald Kessler, and many others.

Editorial Director
The Science & Environmental Policy Project, Arlington, VA                                           1990-2000
Launched a series of media promotions designed to establish quickly the Project's credibility as an important source of
scientific expertise. Researched and wrote the document leading to the Project’s designation as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
organization. Pitched reporters on story ideas generated from SEPP data, research, and published reports. Created and
wrote the weekly blog, commenting on political news and scientific research. Organized two major scientific
conferences in Washington, DC, one co-sponsored with the University of Maryland, the other with George Mason
University’s International Institute. Booked hotel conference sites, planned and organized luncheons and dinners,

                                                                                          Candace Bowen, Page 2 of 2

compiled conference materials and press packets, secured speakers for a journalist panel that included top reporters
from the Washington Post, New York Times, Investor’s Business Daily, Reader’s Digest, and Newsweek. SEPP was
mentioned prominently in four books. Project op-eds appeared in dozens of newspapers. Speaking invitations for the
organization’s president rose from 6 per year to more than 50 per year. Press mentions of the Project rose from 9 per
year to more than 200 per year in such news outlets as CNN, Fox News, New York Times, Los Angeles Times,
International Herald-Tribune, and others.

Director of Media/Communications
The Center for Strategic & International Studies, Washington, DC                                               1987-1990
Directed communications planning, staffing, budgeting and operations for a then $15 million a year public policy think
tank. Worked with project directors to plan press briefings, distribution of reports on Capitol Hill, and post-briefing
distribution to additional media. Coordinated the CSIS press effort with that of advance teams/press staff of the
president of the United States, cabinet officials, foreign ambassadors, foreign heads of state and other prominent
individuals speaking at the Center. While holding promotional costs under budget, brought CSIS visibility in the print
and broadcast media up 450 percent to just over 6,000 mentions a year, including some 1500 radio/TV interviews on
Nightline, MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour, CNN, National Public Radio, network news, and other programs.

Public Information Officer
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA                                                                         1984-1987
Publicized the university’s public policy centers, including the Center for Study of Public Choice, Center for Market
Processes, Center for Conflict Resolution, and Center for Middle East Studies, as well as events at the then newly
opened George Mason Center for the Arts.

Bachelor of Arts, English, with distinction, George Mason University                                        1984

2003 Telly Award for the two-part Think Tank episode “Irving Berlin’s America.”

                                 Reginald B. Evans, Jr.
                               3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600


A jack-of-all-trades in the production industry with considerable experience with live events as well as photo/video
shoots. Demonstrates a broad range of skills in production roles including: Production Assistant, Production
Coordinator, Backstage Manager, and Event Producer. Assist in staging the annual American Diabetes Association
Walk-a-Thon. PCI projects have included conferences and expos for the American Society of Association Executives,
Associated Builders and Contractors, National Biodiesel, American Association of Museums, and others.


Production Coordinator, PCI Communications, Inc.                                               2001-Present
Production Coordinator and Event Producer for widely recognized communications strategies and services firm that
provides planning, assessment, counsel, and production of video, events, print, electronic graphics, training, and
 Live event producer
 Backstage manager
 Audio/visual consultant
 Video editor
 Production equipment manager

Voice Engineer, Teligent Services Inc.                                                           2000-2001
Contributed to the upkeep of the Network Operations Center at a leading semiconductor and digital signal processing
technology company.
Data and voice network troubleshooter
Broadband circuit tester
Customer service contact

PBX Installer, TSM Inc.                                                                       1999-2000
Voicemail Service Technician at a leading specialized telecommunications firm focusing on secure phone and data
 Telecommunications technician
 Phone system programmer


Graduate, Radio and Television Studies, Connecticut Schools of Broadcasting                          2001
Bachelor of Communications Arts, Cum Laude, University of Massachusetts-Lowell                       1999

                                             Josh Golden
                                3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600


Creative communications manager skilled at top-level marketing, promotions, training, outreach, business and team
development. Extensive experience in advertising, database and direct marketing. Leading-edge understanding of new
media trends and rigorous market research. Creative thinking for new product launches & integrated marketing
campaigns. Strategic direction for teams of writers, graphic designers, video producers. Promotional work with the
New York Mets and Washington Nationals baseball teams, required extensive interface with volunteer-driven partner
organizations, including the Make-a-Wish Foundation, Project ALS, Jackie Robinson Foundation, Toys for Tots
Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Baseball Tomorrow Fund, Tuesday’s Children, and many others.


Senior Project Manager
PCI Communications                                                                                  2007-Present
Oversees client projects from conception to completion for a full-service communications consulting firm. Extensive
client list includes Federal agencies, national associations, and multinational corporations. Aggressively pursues new
opportunities; creates winning strategies and the teams to support those strategies; analyzes a communication objective
and applies the best solution no matter the medium. Recent projects include ASAE & The Center annual conference
and Expo, BoatUS interactive web application, Associated Builders and Contractors EIC Awards Meeting, Takeda
Pharmaceuticals program marketing, and many others.

Director, Creative & Entertainment Services
Washington Nationals                                                                                       2005-2007
Oversight for all creative aspects of marketing strategy for the Washington Nationals Baseball Club. Directed all day-
of-game entertainment, special events and video productions. Wrote and produced radio and television commercials.
Managed producers, editors, graphic designers, live talent, and website.

Entertainment Coordinator
New York Mets                                                                                             2000-2004
Hired, supervised and managed payroll for staff of 20+ people. Coordinated team of 15 department heads organizing all
home stand activities. Conceived and wrote scripts for pre-game ceremonies. Wrote commercials and promotional
materials for Marketing Department. Conceived, produced and edited in-game features. Oversaw entertainment budget.
Auditioned, scheduled and coordinated pre-game entertainment (anthem singers, bands, color guard, celebrity
appearances, etc.)

Associate Producer
Halls of Fame
Fox Sports Net                                                                                              2001-2005
Edited, wrote and coordinated video footage for nationally syndicated talk show.

Voices of History                                                                                            1996-2005
Wrote, researched, and directed touring, interactive living history program. Oversaw all aspects of business. i.e.
financial, outreach, booking, etc.

Senior Writer
U.S. Open Tennis                                                                                            2002
Produced and wrote features for Arthur Ashe Stadium’s Big Screen.


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Senior Writer/Assistant Director
Mets Zone                                                                                                2000
Wrote and researched all scripts for weekly cable children's show. Co-directed location shoots.

Workshop Coordinator, Manhattan Theatre Club,                                                          1993-95
Responsible for developmental workshops of Off-Broadway theater. Coordinated script development, artist scheduling,

Master of Fine Arts, Theater, University Fellow, Syracuse University                                     1998
Bachelor of Arts, English/Theater, magna cum laude, SUNY at Albany                                       1994

                                         Rebecca D. Hall
                               3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600


Public relations professional with more than 15 years of experience in agency, corporate, healthcare, government, and
non-profit work. Areas of expertise include media relations, project management, promotional campaigns, writing,
event planning, financial development, and crisis communications.


Director of Public Relations, PCI Communications, Inc.                                     April 2005 – Present
First Public relations Director of nationally known communications strategies and services firm. Responsibilities
include national media relations and promotional campaigns; labor relations; writing; coalition building; event
promotion; crisis communications; and department leader, coach, and trainer.

Public Relations Consultant, Independent                                                   August 1999 – April 2005
Independent consultant for national non-profit organizations and corporations, regional health systems, and local non-
profits. Responsibilities included national media relations, media sponsorships, event planning, and promotion.

Public Relations Specialist, St. Joseph’s Hospital                                          August 1996 – August 1999
Lead media relations specialist for regional health system including four separate hospitals. Responsibilities included
national media relations for multiple service lines, promotional campaigns for hospital/program launches, writing for
media initiatives and hospital publications, event promotion for community initiatives and crisis communications.

Public Relations Specialist, The Children’s Home                                           August 1993 – August 1996
Public relations representative of financial development team for nationally known residential treatment facility for
abused and abandoned children. Responsibilities included media relations, community education, fund-raising events,
event promotion, and writing.


Bachelor of Arts, Journalism, magna cum laude, University of Georgia                                         1987

                                   Michael Edward Kim
                                3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600


Creative video producer with over ten years of experience producing for corporate, commercial broadcast, issue
advocacy, and live events. Skilled Avid editor.


Manager, Video Production, PCI Communications, Inc.                                              1997-Present
Works as Manager, Video Production, for a nationally known communications strategies and services firm that provides
planning, assessment, counsel, and production of video, events, print, electronic graphics, training, and teambuilding.
Promoted four times since beginning as Production Assistant.
 Film and video production
 Creative oversight and development
 Budgeting
 Scheduling
 Booking (crews, talent, equipment, facilities)
 Vendor and contractor negotiations
 Director
 Edit and animation supervisor
 Manager

Set Production Assistant, First Unit, Homicide: Life On The Street, NBC, Baltimore, MD              1997

Production Coordinator, National Geographic Television                                        1996-1997
Washington, DC
Supported production managers in planning international film shoots for National Geographic Explorer and Explorer
 Planner: international film shoots
 Contracting
 Budgeting
 Scheduler
 Crew coordinator
 Archivist

Production Intern, United Paramount Network, WDCA-TV                                               6/95-8/95
Assisted production staff with live-to-tape multi-camera studio shoots and on-line editing for on-air promotions.

Copyreader, Cheill Communications (Seoul, Korea)                                                   6/92-8/92
Edited English text translations of corporate publications including annual reports for Korean multinationals.
 Editor


AVID Media Composer Editing, Henninger Educational Center
Bachelor of Science in Television, Radio and Film, Producing for Electronic Media,                      1996
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University


Student Emmy Award for Best Lighting: NATAS, Syracuse University Chapter                                1996

                                     Amber McLaughlin
                                3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600


Eight years of experience as a professional writer, with the unique ability to craft simple yet persuasive messages from
the most complicated subjects. Ability to analyze tough communications challenges both strategically and objectively,
yielding powerful and consistent writing that gets results. Honed writing skills on a variety of complex topics,
including telecommunications, behavioral healthcare, financial services, and plastics.


Writer/Strategist, PCI Communications, Inc.                                                  2005-Present
Writing and strategic services for nationally known communications strategies and services firm that provides planning,
assessment, counsel, and production of video, events, print, electronic graphics, training, and teambuilding.

Senior Writer, Apple Federal Credit Union                                              2004-2005
Conceptualized and wrote copy for all Apple FCU marketing materials. Also served as graphic designer, managing the
design/print process from start to finish.

Freelance Writer, American Plastics Council                                             2003-2005
Researched and wrote brief, Web-friendly articles promoting important plastic innovations in support of the nationwide
“Plastics Make it Possible” advertising campaign.

Communications Manager, ValueOptions                                                       2004-2005
Managed and wrote copy for corporate marketing initiatives. Worked with psychologists to develop editorial content for
Achieve Solutions, a Web site for clients, which provided online trainings and general information regarding mental
health. Managed development of a comprehensive Brand Identity System.

Copywriter, Verizon MultiMedia                                                         2000-2003
Wrote copy for Verizon marketing materials and Web sites, researched and wrote feature articles for Brand Times, an
online newsletter for users of the Verizon Brand Identity System.

Admin. Assistant, American Advertising Federation                                      1999-2000
Proofread AAF publications, press releases and promotional materials. Wrote copy for membership materials and
recruitment initiatives.


Bachelor of Arts, Journalism and Mass Communication, magna cum laude, Marshall University                   1999

                                              Hal S. Schild
                                3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600


Film and video producer, director, and editor with proven record of assisting large corporations, broadcast networks,
and associations with their visual communications. Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and budget goals.


Vice President of Production, PCI Communications, Inc.                                         2004-Present
Oversee all production-related deliverables for a nationally known communications strategies and services firm that
provides planning, assessment, counsel, and production of video, events, print, electronic graphics, training, and
 Senior producer
 Executive
 Sales strategist
 Film and video director
 Editor

Senior Producer & Editor, OMI Business Communications                                        1999-2004
Senior video producer and editor for a New York-based television production company. Worked with New York-based
Fortune 500 companies creating communications solutions.
 Producer
 Director
 Video editor
 Project manager
 Sales strategist

Senior Editor, MTI Post-Production                                                             1994-1999
Senior on-line and off-line video editor for a New York-based video post-production company. Worked with HBO,
MTV, VH1, PBS, PWC, and Discovery Channel, among others, creating hundreds of hours of television programming.
Video editor
 Producer

Senior Editor, Rutt Video Inc.                                                              1985-1994
On-line and off-line video editor for a New York-based video post-production company. Worked with Michael
Jackson, Mariah Carey, Madonna, Willie Nelson, Steely Dan, Elton John, Dead Can Dance, HBO, MTV, VH1, PBS,
Drexel Burnham Lambert, and Discovery Channel, among others, creating hundreds of hours of television programming
 Video editor

Editor, Dolphin Productions                                                                1983-1985
Assistant editor and editor for first NYC based computer animation company. Worked with NBC, CBS, PBS among
others creating award winning computer animations.
 Video editor
 Assistant editor

Editor, Central Intelligence Agency                                                                1980-1983
Production assistant and editor for the Central Intelligence Agency creating highly classified briefings for the President
of the United States. Traveled overseas to film in remote locations.
 Video editor
 Production assistant

Bachelor of Arts, Visual Communications Major, American University   1981

                                     Robert W. Sprague
                               3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600


Talented writer and strategist with proven record of assisting large corporations and associations with communications
challenges. Boardroom consultant on executive leadership and corporate change initiatives. Speaker on
communications planning and media. Successful entrepreneur and business owner.


Senior Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer, PCI Communications, Inc.                         1989-Present
Co-founder and co-owner of nationally known communications strategies and services firm that provides planning,
assessment, counsel, and production of video, events, print, electronic graphics, training, and teambuilding.
 Senior writer and strategist
 Senior producer
 Consultant
 Executive
 Sales strategist

Partner, PRO Creations 1986-1989
Co-founder and co-owner of PCI predecessor, providing original music for film and video, event production, and video
 Composer
 Keyboard artist
 Video editor
 Writer
 Audio Engineer

Video Producer, MCI Communications Corp.                                                        1985-1986
Freelance work for video production.
 Video editor
 Producer
 Audio Engineer

Music Director, Sam Del Brocco Band                                                              1978-1985
Music director and keyboard for touring musical act with performances in hotels, resorts, and theaters worldwide;
recording of three albums; writing of numerous original songs, arrangements, and revue elements
 Arranger
 Songwriter
 Conductor
 Music producer
 Keyboard artist


Bachelor of Music, summa cum laude, Catholic University of America                                    1978

                                      Danielle J. Whelton
                                3015 Colvin St • Alexandria, VA 22314 • 703 823 1600


Dynamic professional with 18 years of progressive broadcast journalism success and seven years of executive
management. Expert in public relations, strategic planning, corporate communications, event planning, expense control,
and team facilitation. Speaks and reads Dutch. Recent projects have included critical projects for the U.S. Department
of Defense, Fannie Mae, the National Biodiesel Board, and Ortho-McNeil Janssen.


Director, Project Management
PCI Communications, Inc.                                                                  2006-Present
Responsible for the direction and management of logistics, budgets, creative content, and client satisfaction for all of
PCI's large integrated communications campaigns.

Communications Consultant /Event Planner – Washington DC                                 2005 to 2006
Strategic communications for the International Campaign for Tibet, various projects on contract for CNN America, Inc.

Senior Executive Producer, White House Unit                                                2001-2006
Executive Producer, White House Unit                                                       2000-2001
Producer, White House Unit                                                                 1997-2000
Cable News Network - CNN – Washington, DC
Directed daily assignments of 18-20 CNN White House Unit personnel, spanning correspondents, producers, technical
editors, and camera crews. Coordinated the planning and production of all live and taped Presidential events, nationally
and internationally. Composed, edited, researched, and approved all news package scripts, wire copy, and editorial
material generated by the unit on a daily basis, including on-air coverage and contributions. Participated in
the strategic development, coordination, and implementation of daily and future news coverage with senior
management. Orchestrated assignments, editorial focus, and logistics for national and international Presidential travel.
Conducted interviews with members of the Presidential Administration, the Cabinet, and Congress and integrated
information into daily network news packages. Orchestrated and coordinated coverage and logistics for correspondents,
producers, and technical personnel during national/international Presidential travel. Established and maintained strong
working relationships with personnel and the Presidential Administration, including the Vice President, the State
Department, and the Pentagon; managed relations with other television networks, such as ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox
News. Performed yearly employee evaluations.

Producer—Inside Politics
Cable News Network                                                                        1996-1997
Produced and reported for the political unit, where scope of responsibility included conducting interviews, developing
live events, and gathering research and video elements for daily show packages. Coordinated coverage for
correspondents and technical crews covering Congressional campaign events; organized special projects for the
Republican and Democratic Conventions.

Cable News Network International – CNNI – London, England                        1995 to 1996
Served as a liaison between CNN headquarters in Atlanta. Supervised technical editors and research and video
materials for the production of all packages. Monitored the content of the bureau library and managed its personnel.
Edited news packages for broadcast and archives. Led negotiations of rights, clearance, and usage of
video/photographic elements on behalf of CNNI. Managed the London bureau’s internship program including
supervising and interviewing all candidates.


                                                                              Danielle Whelton, Page 2 of 2

Bureau Library Coordinator
Cable News Network                                                               1992 to 1995
Established the library; conducted video research, collaborated with external agencies, and cleared usage rights and
access for videos and photographs. Reviewed, catalogued, and archived all daily news materials. Maintained housing
video from Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Handled all contract negotiations for external video purchases.
Maintained working relations with affiliates/news organizations. Documented all completed work, secured funding for
capital spending, and created a physical space for the library.

Videotape Researcher/Desk Assistant
American Broadcasting Corporation – ABC News – London, England                        1989-1992
Gathered video, film, and photographs for use in ABC news programs. Researched and edited daily internal news
communications for show producers, assignment editors, and futures producers. Screened, logged, and organized
incoming video news material.


Bachelor of Arts, Communication and Image Studies, with honors
University of Kent at Canterbury, England                                              1991

Netherlands International Baccalaureate, with honors
The International School of Amsterdam, The Netherlands                                 1987


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