Lauren Wiseman

Lauren Wiseman

Work History

Work History

Ballet Instructor

Dance Studio East

Instructed children ages 3-11 in creative movement and ballet classes.

Jan 2010 - Present

Communications Assistant (Co-op student)

Mount Saint Vincent University, Public Affairs

  • Wrote student and faculty profiles for the Mount website
  • Wrote news releases about student and faculty achievements
  • Created and edited internal faculty and staff weekly newsletter
  • Coordinated logistics and recruited students and faculty for a two day promotional photo shoot
  • Developed a communications plan for the University’s scent-free campaign
  • Created student, faculty and staff surveys to evaluate the Mount’s communication tools and efforts
  • Maintenance of the Mount’s Google Analytics account being used to evaluate the new website
May 2009 - Aug 2009

Communications Coordinator (Co-op student)

Atlantic Lottery
  • Wrote news releases.
  • Developed a communications plan for the Summer Festivals and Events program.
  • Composed speaking notes for ALC’s President and CEO for the PGI Golf Tournament.
  • Wrote congratulatory letters on behalf of ALC’s President and CEO to Atlantic Canada’s Top 50 CEO’s.
  • Wrote a letter of support addressed to the Honorable Stephen McNeil on behalf of ALC’s President and CEO.
  • Developed several Q&A documents.
  • Published an article in the Member News Section of the Charlottetown Chamber Business Magazine.
  • Conducted a social media audit on ALC.
  • Developed Canada Games volunteer profiles.
  • Researched ALC’s relationship with the media through surveys completed by Stakeholder Relations employees and Atlantic Canadian media outlets.
  • Contributed to employee announcements and memos on ALC’s internal website.
  • Attended numerous ALC sponsored events as an employee representative.
  • Attended daily meetings.
May 2006 - 2009

Sales Associate

La Senza Express
Jul 2008 - Aug 2008

Walk for Life Coordinator

AIDS Committee of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Organized the Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life, St. John’s, for approximately 100 participants 
  • Raised $16,000, a 60% increase from the previous year
  • Coordinated monetary donations and prize donations

-researched, phoned, faxed, and emailed organizations

-wrote sponsorship letter 

  • Liaised with media and recruited local media celebrity to act as MC

Education

Education
Sep 2007 - Present

Mount Saint Vincent University

Volunteer

Feature Writer, Communications & Marketing Committee, Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon 

Skills

Skills

Google Analytics

Front Page

Microsoft Publisher

Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Word