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Emma Carew Grovum

777 7
St. NW APT 819
Washington, D.C. 20001
(cell) (952) 412-8342

Foreign Policy magazine Homepage & Social Media Editor Nov. 2013 to present
Homepage curation; manage analytics for, social media assets, and newsroom digital strategy.
Oversee team for social media production, newsletters, data visualization, and news apps development.
Grown Facebook following by 147% since Nov., increased traffic referrals from Facebook by 145% year over year.
Editorial project manager for migration to WordPress VIP; lead staff training and collaborate with tech developers.
Work with design director to set house style for graphics; coordinate with external authors and train staff on dataviz.
Being Geek Chic Nerd Nosh Expert-in-Residence Aug. 2012 to present
Developing, photographing and blogging nerdy recipes for on a bi-monthly basis.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy Special Projects Researcher Dec. 2009-June 2010 / Oct. 2012 to Nov. 2013
Project manager (led data collection, analysis, visualization) for annual reports on grant making, online fundraising,
executive compensation. Contributed to projects on donor-advised funds, corporate philanthropy, endowments.
Worked with reporters and editors to expand data coverage in Donors of the Future and Giving USA special reports.
Contributed social media reporting; work with web team on newsroom social media strategy and staff training.
Webbmedia Group Community Manager July 2012 to present
Social media trainer and community engagement consultant for various Webbmedia Group projects and clients.
ThreeSixty Journalism Creative and Content Strategist, ProtectMyRep project July to Sept. 2013
Worked with an editor, high school journalism students and web developer to build online tutorial/app to educate
students about social media use and help them protect their reputation and privacy online.
The Cooking Club magazine Digital Editor Dec. 2011 to June 2012
Managed copy, photos, multimedia, analytics for; managed Facebook, Twitter
engagement and promotions; developed new Pinterest account; created social guidelines for users and Brand
Ambassadors; edited Food Now! e-newsletter with 330,000 circulation; occasionally shot and produced video.
Diversify Journalism With Me Founder, co-curator Jan. 2011 to present
This curated list identifies journalists from diverse backgrounds for jobs, conferences, panels, and governing boards.
The Star Tribune Local reporter July 2010 to Jan. 2011 / Oct. to Dec. 2011
Covered schools, cities and small businesses; frequently shot photos and video; contributed social media reporting.
Digital Producer, Jan. 2011 to Oct. 2011
Managed homepage and local pages; enhanced coverage with Storify, timelines, maps, documents; developed
social media strategy; doubled Twitter following; grew Facebook interactions by 1700%; trained 40+ reporters, editors.
Digital storytelling: news blogging and blog design; news and sports photography; audio/video gathering and
production (DSLR and mobile); web content strategy.
Data journalism: data collection, analysis, and visualization for print and web; survey design; FOI requests.
Social media: newsroom and individual training for Tweetdeck/Hootsuite/Buffer, analytics tools, mobile apps and
best practices; organization-wide strategy; management and growth of branded accounts.
Software: Photoshop, Illustrator, Tableau, Fusion Tables, Google Charts, Chartbuilder, Datawrapper, Audacity,
Soundslides, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, MySQL, Filemaker. Coding skills: HTML, CSS; very basic Javascript and Python.
Asian American Journalists Association: DC chapter, VP for Digital Media, 2013 & 2014 conference program chair,
MN chapter past-president; Online News Association: past local organizer, ONA-Twin Cities; ThreeSixty Journalism:
2002 alumna, manage alumni networking group, content strategist for teen social media use web app.
Awards: Certificate of Completion, Reynolds Center for Business Journalism (2013); AAJA 2011 Chapter of the Year
(Minnesota); Knight Digital Media Center, Web 2.0 fellowship (June 2011), Chips Quinn Scholars (2009).

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities, B.A. in journalism, minors in art history and Korean studies