Chanelle Schneider is an ambitious, articulate creator of content, an effective branding strategist.
Chanelle’s ideal position is in Social Media Management or Marketing Communications where her branding and communication skills are ideally suited to a small and medium enterprise positioned to fully utilize social media to extend both brand and online influence – or perhaps a larger corporation that has identified the need to extend their reach through targeted digital communication.
In Chanelle’s own words:
You need passionate talent on your team who thrives on delivering creative, strategic attention to your brand. I am Chanelle Schneider, and I am that talent.
While organizing events as Lead Cultural Peer at UMBC, I worked with the Promotions Department to create marketing collateral and connect with outside organizations for sponsorships. Through my experience, I gained a strong understanding of customer service – the heart of every marketing effort.
Identifying a need in social media to eliminate perceived barriers in the intergenerational workplace, I initiated an ongoing, virtual conversation among generations. I’m proud to say that conversation, #GenYChat, has turned into a popular chat – and brand – on Twitter, with hundreds of tweets each week. I also created and am chief contributor to ThereFromHere – a blog that continues niche generational conversations. My blogs and articles have also appeared on YouTern, iGrad, Examiner.com, and many more.
I want to apply this same ambitious, determined attitude to the Social Media/Marketing Communications industries with an emphasis on driving user interaction toward brand recognition. As a fast learner, I will grow beyond my current experience quickly – and become a tremendous long-term asset to any company.
I am a Blogger
- Washington, DC Social Media Examiner
- Young Writer’s Block
- The Voice of Philadelphia
- Venus Diva Magazine
- Generation Meh
Founder, Community Manager and Co-Host of #GenYChat
- #GenYChat began as an idea on September 17, 2009 to better the image of Generation Y in the public sphere. Its intention is now and has always been to bring together people of all ages to discuss issues relevant to us all with the goal of better understanding through dispelling stereotypes. Please read the previous #GenYChat transcripts to get an understanding of what we discuss.
I Love to Design Graphics
- Header logos
- Background pages
- Facebook Business Pages
- Profile Pictures
- FBML Landing Pages
National Media Coverage
- MSNBC “Grown kids return to the nest — and regress”
- NPR “Repaying Student Loans Becomes Easier”
- Campus Progress “Students Over Banks (S.O.B) Stories”
What People Are Saying about the #25Reasons Project
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