Content Marketing Specialist
Heather is a talented designer, writer, and creative thinker. She has a knack for creating quick engaging digital content and is one of the rare breeds of designers who can also write headlines, social media posts and brochures. Her designs are delightful and engaging with creative flair and tone that is well suited for the desired audience and strategic goals.
Her repertoire of creative design spans from whimsical nature of her illustrations to fun promotional media to strong instructional concepts rooted in her strong educational background. She works in a variety media types to produce designs for website, mobile apps, online educational products, digital engagement, promotional materials and event marketing.
At Design for People, Heather works with early stage startups and clients in the consumer space, B2B, associations and Federal Government in creating designs and production support. Her client list includes US Food and Drug Administration, Association for Talent Development (ATD), E-Verify, MBO Partners, and Solebrity.
Previously, at MacMillan Interactive Communications, Heather curated and created content for Roku channels and analyzed viewer behavior to optimize them for improved and continued viewership. She also created content for the COVR labor management app for healthcare facilities and websites such as the Good Shepherd Health Care System.
As a former partner at Monkeyland Audio, she helped provide client services and event planning for the company in delivering post-production audio services for Hollywood movies. Awards include: Nominated for Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Award for “Scooby Doo! The Mystery Begins” in 2010; Won Best of Burbank Award in the Audio-Visual Program Production category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA) in 2009 and 2010; “Kaboom” premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival; “Climate Refugees” and “The Kid’s Are All Right” chosen to compete at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
Heather was a special education teacher for grades K-3 for children with autism. She studied digital arts at Glendale Community College, she holds an Master of Arts in Psychological Services from Marymount University, a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Mount Saint Mary’s College, and a California Subject Examinations for Teachers® (CSET®).