Marissa Paige Wasseluk

I believe that creative and quality content is the key to effective mass media communication. After graduating from DePaul University with a Bachelor’s in Communications and Media Studies, I began creating multimedia content for nonprofits as a workshop facilitator for Video Machete, teaching youth to use video as a medium to share their unique stories. As a production coordinator for the nonprofit association Million Dollar Round Table, I implemented several new media initiatives, including creating video podcasts—a project that was featured as New & Notable on iTunes for several weeks. A member of the Nonprofit Technology Network, I frequently contribute to Community Media Workshop's Nonprofit Communicator blog. In my free time I produce videos, interview indie rock bands, eat, eat, and eat, and talk about all those experiences in the multitude of blogs I scribe.