Sarah Steinberg

  • New York US-NY
Sarah Steinberg

Work History

Work History

Intern, Production Assistant

Mr. Mudd Production Company

  • Read scripts, drafted proposals, helped with auditions and pre-production of Juno (2007)
  • Served as contact for agents and producers

Intern

International Rescue Committee (IRC)
  • InterntoPresident’sOfficeandLogistics Department
  • Created logisticmanualsandPowerPointpresentationforinternationaloffices

Intern

Brandsway Creative
  • Monitoredpressandmediacoverageofclients
  • Responsibleforwritingpressreleases,marketingpitchesandproposals
  • Coordinated travel logistics and maintained records
  • Participated ineventplanning and the creation of the Ciroc Cabana Club
Sep 2011 - May 2012

Production Assistant, Marketing Intern

PBS 39 WLVT
  • Production assistant for Tempo InDepth, a weekly news magazine program reaching 2.5 million households
  • Assist producers and reporters in the field, during live tapings, and throughout post-production
  • Solely responsible for marketing and community outreach for studio audience
  • Contributed to the production of Bethlehem Steel documentary
  • Other responsibilities include studio tours, transcribing, camera operation, and teleprompter duties

Education

Education

Harvard-Westlake High School
2008 - Present

BA

Lehigh University

Activities:

  • GPA: 3.83
  • Highest Honors, Departmental Honors
  • RoyEckardtScholars Honors Program
  • Dean’sList 2008-2012
  • PhiEtaSigmaHonorsSociety
  • Honors Thesis: Neoliberalism and the Individual (75 pages)
  • VPMarketing&Publicity,PanhellenicExecutiveBoard
  • VPEducation, AlphaChiOmegaSorority

Awards and Honors:

  • Dean’sList 2008-2012
  • WilliamsPrizeforSocialScienceWriting,1stplace (2011, 2012)
  • Lehigh University Honors Convocation
  • President’s Scholar (offered 12 months of free tuition)
  • Certificate of Commendation from the City of Los Angeles

Interest

Piano, film and television, current event, popular culture, yoga, travel, philosophy, running, cooking

International Experience

Summer Mentored Undergraduate Research Fellowship Mali, West Africa, July 2010

  • Research assistant to Professor Bruce Whitehouse
  • Studied gender relations, marriage and polygamy in the context of modernization
  • Conducted interviews with young women, local academic and journalists in French
  • Acted as liaison to various media outlets, including the University newspaper
  • Created an informational video about summer trip:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzSkv7tMNGo

Skills

  • Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, InDesign
  • Final Cut Pro, iMovie
  • Some Photoshop
  • Conversant in French
  • Research design, implementation, and analysis