I’ve managed Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts at Wollersheim Winery & Distillery, and also for some freelance clients. I’m also a frequent user of LinkedIn, Snapchat, and various blogging platforms (WordPress, Tumblr, etc.)

Wollersheim Winery & Distillery

*These pages have minimum age requirements, per Facebook’s alcohol policy. You must be logged into Facebook to access them.

Struck by Orca: ICD-10 Illustrated

ICD-10 is (or will be, as of October 1, 2015) the system of codes that hospitals and clinics use to indicate why a patient is being seen. They tend to be remarkably specific, and often hilarious. Meaningful use is a set of guidelines for healthcare organizations to show they’re using their electronic health records… meaningfully.

The Struck by Orca project selected some of the more colorful (real!) ICD-10 codes, and all of the meaningful use stage 2 guidelines, and crowd-sourced art to be put into books, a deck of playing cards, on posters, and in slide decks. I managed Twitter and Facebook for this project from July 2014 to June 2015. What I enjoyed about this project was the chance to use a more humorous, irreverent voice to poke fun at the red tape and regulations.

1 Million Cups Madison

Since November 2014, I’ve been a volunteer organizer of 1 Million Cups Madison, a free, weekly program for entrepreneurs to pitch their startups to an audience over coffee. As a founding member, I manage PR for 1MC Madison, which includes press releases, a newsletter, and social media (like live-tweeting each presentation).