Marissa Wasseluk is the new media associate at Community Media Workshop. Marissa believes that creative and quality content is the key to effective mass media communication. After graduating from DePaul University with a Bachelor’s in Communications and Media Studies, she began creating multimedia content for nonprofits as a workshop facilitator for Video Machete, teaching youth to use video as a medium to share their unique stories.
As a production coordinator for the nonprofit association Million Dollar Round Table, she implemented several new media initiatives, including creating video podcasts—a project that was featured as New & Notable on iTunes for several weeks. A member of the Nonprofit Technology Network, she frequently contributes to the Workshop’s Nonprofit Communicator blog. In her free time she produces videos, interviews indie rock bands, eats, eats, and eats, and talks about all those experiences in the multitude of blogs she scribes.