Content Marketing Strategist

I spent a decade behind-the-scenes in the entertainment industry learning how to build an audience of loyal fans. Now I'll do the same for your business.

CLIENT: Oprah Winfrey / OWN

PROBLEM Oprah and her network have a strong brand and an abundance of content that typically performs well online. However, her social media strategy lacked focus and her network’s presence on Twitter and Facebook did little to drive offline tune-in. SOLUTION I crafted weekly reports, analysis, and recommendations for Oprah’s personal social media presence, and […]


CLIENT: BET Networks

  PROBLEM 106 & Park is a music video show targeting African-American teenagers. At the time of my hiring, the show only maintained an online presence on it’s own site, but nowhere on the social web. SOLUTION I found that Twitter over-indexed in 106′s target demo of young African-Americans. Also, a community around that show […]

Russell Simmons

CLIENT: Def Jam Enterprises

PROBLEM Russell Simmons’ Def Jam Enterprises provides marketing and advertising services for fashion, film, and gaming. At the time Mr. Simmons wanted to make a play on the web, so his team recruited me to provide my content expertise to his new venture, Global Grind. SOLUTION I was hired by Def Jam Enterprises as a consultant […]

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