Digital Media Manager in Brooklyn, New York
Nicole Edine is a writer, digital and social media content producer and strategist.
She is currently the Digital Media Manager at the Coalition for the Homeless. Previously she worked as an Associate Editor for the Huffington Post’s Social Impact and Branded Content Platforms.
A versatile digital storyteller with a passion for technology and digital community development, Nicole is interested in content strategy, graphic design, video post-production, photography, creativity, brand affinity, connectivity, literacy, anthropology, human socio-cultural development, and online user experience.
She is the author of ‘I Always Got a Great Story: On Nostalgia and Hope in “How I Met Your Mother,”‘ (Thought Catalog, 2014) and her work has appeared in The Write Room literary magazine, Storm Cellar literary magazine, Constellations: A Journal of Poetry and Fiction, State of Formation, Religious Freedom USA, and the Huffington Post. She is currently a conservatory student in improv and musical improv at Magnet Theater in New York City. Nicole founder and performer in Whoprov NYC – an independent Doctor Who-inspired comedy troupe – and a performer with Redshirts – the only all-women Star Trek: The Next Generation inspired musical improv comedy team in the known universe.
Nicole holds Bachelor of the Arts degrees from Boston University in both Archaeology and Religious Studies and a Master of the Arts degree from New York University in Religion with a focus on anthropological systems, identity, and South Asian religious diaspora. She has previously conducted academic research in the fields of Anthropology (Archaeological and Sociocultural), Religious Studies, Sociology, American Studies, History, Political Science, Art History, and Digital Communications with an emphasis on web strategies and social networking theory.