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Christina Norman–Gohn_______________________________________________________________________

687 Main Street, Lynnfield, MA 01940 C – (860)


391 – 3718

Education: BS in Marketing/Communications May 2009


Minors: Literature, Honors GPA: 3.64
Emerson College, Boston, MA; Dean’s List for four semesters.
Awarded a four year Trustees Scholarship from Emerson College for excellence in
academics,
commitment to community, leadership and creative accomplishments.

Relevant Communications, Media and Society; Principles of Marketing; Statistics; Principles of


Integrated
Classes: Marketing Communications; Writing for Marketing; Principles of PR; Media Planning;
Research
Methods; Creative & Strategic Planning and Consumer Behavior; Special Promotions
and Event
Planning; Campaign Planning; Media Relations

Portfolio of projects pertinent to Marketing Communications Major:

Emerson’s Marketing Community – Extra Curriculum Program


“Create Your Own Media” Public Service Announcement. Co-produced the web
design and assisted other students in creating the idea for the commercial, the
filming of the commercial
and creating the idea for the print ad. The print ad was nominated for the EVVY
Award.

Created a public relations plan for Boston Children’s Museum spanning the months
of December 2006 to November 2007 including development of public relations
strategies and tactics concerning the reopening of the Children’s Museum. Includes
press releases, company backgrounder, pitch article, media alert, positioning
statement, event outline, etc.

Developed a winning marketing plan for Digital Federal Credit Union, targeting
college youth of Worcester, MA area. Utilizing skills in teamwork, time management,
strategic planning, and creative efforts, created a plan that utilized a variety of PR
and guerrilla marketing.

Work Museum of Science, Boston


September 2009
Experience: Boston, MA - December
2009
Social Media Intern – Created content and monitored Facebook, Twitter, Flickr
and YouTube accounts. Presented weekly updates including analytics and future
recommendations. Implemented promotional tactics spanning social media
spectrum to drive impressions and engagement. Identified and pitched key blogger
contacts. Assisted in daily tasks, media relations, and amassing research.

Fantastic Transcripts
May 2008
Boston, MA - October
2008
Typist – Served as a typist responsible for transcribing documents relevant to
healthcare, business, marketing, etc. Required proficiency in typing skills,
organization and diligence.
Tuft’s-New England Medical Center
June 2007
Boston, MA - October
2007
Public Relations Summer/Fall Internship – Responsible for daily activities
including Daily News Clips for hospital administrators, creating a digital database of
T-NEMC news clips, fielding phone calls and assembling hospital promotional items
on an as-needed basis. Assisted on monthly newsletters to T-NEMC employees and
affiliates including proofreading and writing assorted articles for publication.
Attended meetings with respect to the development of the T-NEMC website and
assisted with necessary tasks and research.

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College Jumpstart Corps Member October


2006
Volunteer: Roxbury, MA - April
2007

Participated as an AmeriCorps member in an award-winning network of exceptional


college students who work one-on-one to prepare at-risk preschool children for
school success. Worked to implement early childhood curriculum, supported family
involvement, and promoted skill building through one-on-one relationship with
partner child and classroom assistance. Collaborated with a team of eight Corps
members. Received intensive training and professional development in early
childhood theory and practice, language and literacy development, leadership skills
and communication with families.

Honors One of four Emerson College presenters, chosen by Emerson College Honors
Program, at the
Recognition:2007 National Collegiate Honors Council in Denver, CO. Selected by the National
Collegiate Honors Council to discuss paper on feminism in pop culture and media at
conference of Honors directors and deans, Honors faculty, staff, and students.

Lyme-Old Lyme High School


June 2001
Old Lyme, CT -
June 2005
GPA:
3.9

Honors: June 2005 received the following: One year scholarship from the Lyme Youth
Service Bureau;
four year scholarship from the State of Connecticut for academic excellence; recipient of
the President’s Education Awards Program in recognition of outstanding academic
excellence. Semi-finalist in Ayn Rand’s “Fountainhead” Essay Contest.
2004 – 2005 Recipient of Academic Letter from Lyme-Old Lyme High School
2004 – 2005 Selected Member of the National Honor Society
2002 – 2005 PR Member of the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and
Technology) Robotics Team for Lyme-Old Lyme High School known as the “Techno
Ticks”.

Computer Proficient in Microsoft Word, Office, Excel and Power Point. Familiar with Adobe Page
Maker.
Skills: