Hi! My name is Ray, I have been designing, developing, executing and managing nearly any kind of media you can think of professionally for over 17 years. If you have read this far, keep going (please), my career has led me down many different roads and you will see that very quickly with my many different areas of experience.
For the past 7 years, I have been working at one of the top private catholic high schools in central Indiana. In the position I hold as Webmaster / Photographer / Marketing & Communications, I work directly with the Admissions, Advancement, Athletic and Academic departments implementing the digital marketing & communication strategies developed by the Director of Marketing & Communications. I also work directly with the Director of Marketing & Communication on a daily basis helping develop the school-wide marketing & communication plan and the day-to-day communication needs.
My current position allows me to utilize my 17+ years of experience in multimedia production, project management, and marketing & communication. To keep up with the fast-paced environment of the private school business, more specifically in the marketing & communications aspect, I must “wear many hats” to meet the needs of the school. On any given day I could be shooting photography, shooting / editing videos, updating various CMS websites, creating / sending broadcast emails, posting to social media, creating graphics, training staff, developing communication strategies or anything else that is needed to help support the marketing & communication needs of the school.
Prior to this, I started off my career as a multimedia specialist working my way through the ranks to project manager. This provided me with great opportunities developing websites, creating digital sales / marketing / training pieces, shoot & edit video, developing education software and so much more working with large fortune 500 companies to small local companies just trying to survive. All of these experiences provide me with a great foundation as I continue to advance even further.
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