Kristine McNulty CV
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Location: Boston, MA, USA
School: Denison University
Major: Communication

Kristine McNulty CV

Kristine Grace McNulty
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EDUCATION Expected graduation: December 2019
Denison University, Granville, OH
Bachelor of Arts, Communication major
● Varsity women’s lacrosse player 2016-2018
Portsmouth Abbey School, Portsmouth, RI Graduated May 2015 School prefect, 2014-2015
● Varsity ice hockey captain, 2013-2015
● Varsity lacrosse captain, 2014-2015

RELEVANT COURSEWORK
● Rhetorical Texts in Digital Culture
● Media Structures
● Global Digital Network
● Disability Media Studies
● New Media Society
● Research in Communication
● Theorizing in Communication

WORK EXPERIENCE
Sullivan & Associates, Woburn MA June-August 2016 Legal Intern
● Chronologically cataloguing decades worth of deposition transcripts and other legal documents
● Professional correspondence with clients, state and federal courts
● Maintaining client confidentiality
● General office work- answering phone calls, photocopying documents

Navy Yard Bistro, Charlestown MA May 2017-August 2019
Hostess
● Arranging and executing events for between 25-100+ guests
● Maintaining constant communication between management and other employees to ensure smooth operations in an extremely high volume environment
● Delegating tasks from management to the other employees

Mayor’s Office for Women’s Advancement, Boston MA June-August 2018
Marketing and Communications Intern
● Creating, scheduling, and implementing social media posts
● Collaborating with women’s organizations throughout the City of Boston
● Maintaining press clips, writing and scheduling press releases
● Researching social, economic, cultural issues affecting women of Boston and writing recommendations for institutional solutions to said issues

Bostonia Public House, Boston MA May 2019-September 2019
Hostess
● Organizing and executing events for 50-200 guests
● Maintaining customer flow and queue in extreme high volume environment
● Ensuring high quality dining experience by maintaining restaurant cleanliness, organization, and professional customer service demeanor
● Streamlining communications between managers, kitchen, employees and customers

McNeil, Gray and Rice Strategic Communications Agency May 2019-August 2019
Marketing Intern
● Researching and developing potential sales leads
● Organizing meetings between clients and in-house editorial team
● Maintaining a productive, professional and profitable relationship between the firm and its clients

Edgerley Family South Boston Boys and Girls Club, South Boston MA September 2019-Present
● Running and budgeting programs such as Girls Group, Girls Weight Room, Queer Straight Alliance, etc
● Engaging in community outreach (schools, housing associations, etc) to bolster member attendance
● Creating opportunities for critical thinking, social and emotional learning through conscious social interaction
● Connecting at risk youth to various community organizations serving a variety of needs

LEADERSHIP AND INVOLVEMENT
Denison Student Athlete Advisory Council December 2017-May 2018
Head Women’s Lacrosse Representative
● Supervising discussions regarding issues facing collegiate athletes
● Negotiating on behalf of the women’s lacrosse team and female athletes in general
● Relaying takeaway points from meetings back to the lacrosse team

Delta Delta Delta, Denison University January 2018-May 2019
Vice President of Member Development
● Facilitating educational discussions for the house once a month. Some examples- party culture, race at Denison, negotiating consent, etc.
● Coordinating all house events- retreats once a semester, weekly meetings at the house
● Elected to position by the executive leadership council through yearly nomination and slating process

Denison Embodied Wellness Group September 2018-May 2019
Structuring conversations and programs for students regarding healthy eating and body image
● Running a social media campaign to raise campus awareness of group
● Creating and distributing literature to raise awareness of eating disorders and substance abuse

Nan Nowik Memorial Prize Recipient, Campus Activism April 2018
● Awarded for work done in Delta Delta Delta house facilitating discussions regarding sexual assault, mental health, healthy relationships and race relations on campus
● Activism work on campus required translating intimidating academic rhetoric into easily understandable and non threatening terms as well as providing support for those who need it
● Created a platform in Greek organization to conduct honest, caring, and productive conversations around highly stigmatized issues affecting women on campus, specifically depression and eating disorders

Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston, Charlestown branch 2012-2015
Senior Camp Counselor
● Engaging with children ages 6-12 of diverse racial and socioeconomic backgrounds
● Tasked with organizing and executing field trips around the city of Boston
● Tutoring children in basic reading, writing, and math skills

media studies, discourse analysis