Marissa Wasseluk

Marissa Wasseluk is the new media producer 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.

marissa@newstips.org

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RSS The Nonprofit Communicator

  • So, Your Boss Wants to Use Facebook… September 13, 2013
    Well, here’s a little Facebook 101 to get them started. Long gone are the days when Facebook was solely for personal use to keep in touch with classmates, friends and family. Now, many nonprofits, brands, and small businesses are using Facebook’s platform to reach their audience. Here at the Workshop, Facebook is a tool we […]The post So, Your Boss Wants to […]

RSS Newstips by Curtis Black

  • Low Wage Workers Forum, TONIGHT 2/11, 6 p.m. February 11, 2014
    The surge of groups speaking today for low wage workers is unprecedented in Chicago. What do they want? Who are they? What’s likely to happen? Tonight – Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. these workers, the groups that represent them, and the community organizations and others that are standing behind them will meet to discuss […]

RSS Chicago is the World

  • The Other Numbers On Juvenile Crime April 14, 2014
    We reach for the stats on murders, and other crimes that stain Chicago. And we use them to tell us what’s happening. Is crime up, or down, or stuck in Chicago? But other numbers matter as well. What percent of the youths coming out of detention centers wind up back in trouble? What percent of […]

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