Bryan Doyle

  • Washington US-DC
Bryan Doyle


I am a dedicated communications specialist seeking a nonprofit or communications position with a progressive mission. I have previously worked for a massive foundation, a small but nimble nonprofit, and most recently the nation's premier political newsroom. I am an adaptable, ambitious project manager who believes that every strong leader is first a strong servant.

Work History

Work History

Freelance Writer

Published in POLITICO, Washington D.C.'s Street Sense, The Washington Post Express, SB Nation and The Jackson Free Press, among others.

2007 - Present


Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
  • Wrote and edited copy for the morning feature and the nightly news desk in the summer of 2007.
2010 - Present

Web Producer

  • Oversee production of stories from start to finish and edit for copy, site placement, photos and search engine optimization. 
  • As project co-founder, lead the implementation of POLITICO Audio, a pilot project that will deliver the POLITICO brand to Itunes in 2013.
  • Serve as a contributing reporter for the site's 44, Click and general news sections.
  • Produce multimedia projects for the organization's media team.
  • Manage the website's Twitter feed and Facebook account.
  • Produce breaking news alerts, morning newsletters and video on deadline. Serve as lead producer of one weekend day per week, working as the first point of contact for all staff editors and reporters.
  • Collaborate with staff of daily print newspaper The POLITICO to ensure seamless transition of stories from web to paper format.
  • Train interns and new staff on content management system while assisting with intern management.
2009 - 2010

Communications Fellow

Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Led the new media efforts for the Pre-K Now campaign, directing Pew's Twitter pilot project, the "Inside Pre-K" blog and a daily e-newsletter serving 6,000 subscribers.
  • Provided technical assistance for former Mississippi Gov. Ronnie Musgrove in advocating for publicly funded pre-k in the state.
  • Pitched stories for national, regional and community outlets.
  • Served as a contributing writer and editor for Pre-K Now's Web site and for regular reports.
  • Provided research and content for communications, state and federal policy projects.
  • Compiled media lists in Cision directories for national reports.
2007 - 2008

Media Associate

William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation
  • Starting as an intern, worked up to managing projects for a nonprofit crucial in the promotion of racial tolerance in Mississippi.
  • Wrote press releases, coordinated interviews, and edited all outgoing publishing. Served as a student organizer for conflict resolution projects on-and-off campus.
  • In a collaborative with the Jackson Free Press, the state capital's premier newspaper, designed and led the Jackson Youth Media Project, a research program for students in Jackson, Miss.
  • Through a corresponding editorship with the JFP, managed a stable of freelance writers while preparing the music section of the paper. Served as frequent writer and blogger covering a wide range of topics, including politics, city government, race issues, and music.
  • Penned a viral blog post that would set the site's record for overall traffic.
2005 - 2007

Editor in Chief

The Daily Mississippian
  • Managed a staff of 70, publishing a newspaper and website that drew $1 million in ads.

  • Served as a guest-speaker and program assistant for high school groups like the Mississippi Scholastic Press Association, the Sunflower County Freedom Project, and Jim Hill High School's Civil Rights/Civil Liberties Club.

  • As campus news editor (2005-2006), edited and assigned articles for the news section of the paper.



Writings, Projects