FC Tulsa Social Media
Below are a couple of examples of successful social media posts we’ve seen during my time at FC Tulsa.
Wherever you play, whomever you play, 𝗪𝗘 𝗦𝗨𝗣𝗣𝗢𝗥𝗧 𝗬𝗢𝗨, @LaticsOfficial!— FC Tulsa (@FCTulsa) July 23, 2020
Yesterday, we hit the pause button at the FC Tulsa offices to support our friends.
🔵⚪️💚#wafc | #ForTulsa pic.twitter.com/yZHGZMWjrE
It has been “suggested” by the league that we promote a match that directly conflicts with our match.— FC Tulsa (@FCTulsa) March 6, 2020
So TuNe In To ThE gAmE oF tHe WeAk. #ad #USLonESPN #SDvLV https://t.co/7ROpjtFUSl
Hey @MLB fans, we know it’s a tough time right now.— FC Tulsa (@FCTulsa) June 16, 2020
Here’s a handy guide to pick a favorite @USLChampionship team while you wait for baseball to return.#ForTulsa pic.twitter.com/g4glMcPUAi
Consistently missing on and off the pitch.— FC Tulsa (@FCTulsa) August 7, 2020
👏 @EnergyFC. https://t.co/8Nt0kmwzrc pic.twitter.com/GidHVNa5I8
Notre Dame Day 2019
Notre Dame day is a 29-hour live streaming broadcast (beginning at 6:42 PM ET on Day 1 and ending at 12:11 AM ET on Day 3), social media engagement and on-campus event inspiring the entire Notre Dame family to give back to the area(s) of the University they love most, all while celebrating the best campus in the world! The broadcast will showcase compelling stories of the good works being done by Notre Dame Alumni, Students, Family, and Friends.
I was given the opportunity to be a part of the Storytelling Team and On-Air Talent on Notre Dame day 2019, where I operated the Notre Dame Day Command Center and gave 3-5 minute unscripted updates at the top and bottom of every hour. I also hosted updates from the Fighting Irish Forty on the @NDLoyal Instagram. Below is a clip of about two minutes featuring my Instagram work!
Gameday Social Media
I have experience in operating Twitter, Instagram stories and Instagram live, and Snapchat during gamedays. Below are clips of my experience.