Resume

Experience:

Entertainment Weekly (Nov. 2016 – present)
• Social Media Editor

TV Guide Magazine (May 2015 – March 2016)
• Staff Writer: Pitched, wrote, and reported television features and news articles for the print magazine and its digital counterpart, TVinsider.com

The New York Post (July 2011 – April 2015)
• Entertainment Writer (April 2013 – present): Pitched, reported and wrote on the beats of movies, television and music for the entertainment section of the print edition and online with a focus on interviewing celebrities (such as Chris Pratt, Shailene Woodley, and Lupita Nyong’o) for both profiles and features; assigned and edited web stories for the entertainment, living, fashion, travel and real estate verticles; helped lead the department in envisioning digital packaging of stories, developing exclusive web content and strategizing social media

• Web Coordinator/Features Assistant (Oct. 2012 – April 2013): Managed story placement and built stories for the entertainment section of nypost.com; line edited online exclusives; pitched, reported, and wrote articles on New York City culture and entertainment for the “Pulse” daily and Sunday sections and Page Six Magazine; hired and managed interns; assisted editors and reporters with research and story coordination; administrative and tech assistance for Managing Features Editor and the department

• Features Assistant (July 2011 – Oct. 2012): Pitched, reported, and wrote articles on New York City culture and entertainment for the “Pulse” daily and Sunday sections and Page Six Magazine; hired and managed interns; assisted editors and reporters with research and story coordination; administrative and tech assistance for Managing Features Editor and the department

T: The New York Times Style Magazine (Dec. 2010- Jan. 2011)
• Men’s Department Intern: Researched articles on style, retail, music, and celebrities for the men’s department fashion editors; contributed ideas for The Moment blog; assisted editors and stylists on studio and location photo shoots; created look boards; trafficked samples; helped organize editor’s finances, desk, and fashion closets

Cosmopolitan (May 2010- Aug. 2010)
• Editorial Intern: Researched articles on sex, health, relationships, entertainment, and celebrities; wrote sidebars on ovulation and relationships; interviewed health and sex experts; pitched features and column ideas; executed person-on-the-street polls; made copies for the editor-in-chief; transcribed interviews for features editors; recruited potential writers; responded to reader mail

Out (June 2009- present)
• Contributing Writer (Aug. 2009- July 2011): Interviewed celebrities, reality stars, musicians, bands, film directors, and authors—such as David Guetta, Danielle Staub, and Christian Siriano—and wrote Q&As for the magazine’s website
• Editorial Intern (June- Aug. 2009): Researched articles on gay rights issues, entertainment, music, film, and gay culture; interviewed reality stars; wrote for the entertainment blog, popnography.com; organized the book; administrative tasks

Seventeen (Dec. 2009- Jan. 2010)
• Sittings Intern: Helped style looks for shoots; assisted on service-based and feature/editorial shoots both in studio and on location; managed models and sittings/credit sheets; assisted with castings; assisted sittings editor, fashion director, and fashion editors on shoots and closet upkeep

Lucky (May 2009- Aug. 2009)
• Accessories Intern: Worked in the fashion closet, primarily focusing on accessories product; dealt with checking in, returning, delivering, and picking up samples; assisted with general administrative tasks around the office

Jerk Magazine [Syracuse University’s award-winning alternative monthly publication with a circulation of 4,000.] (Nov. 2008- May 2011)
• Editor-in-Chief (formerly Style Editor, Assistant Opinions Editor, Research Editor, Fact Checker): led a staff of over 60 people; edited every article for structure, direction, voice, direction, and content; wrote monthly columns; oversaw design, art, advertising, publishing, online, and editorial departments; led meetings for brainstorming, critiques, progress, and brand development; implemented an expanded website featuring 20 regular bloggers, 10 columns, and a 7-person multimedia staff; created events, such as an art show and community service, to expand the brand message into the larger Syracuse community; interviewed and hired for all staff positions

Other freelance work: (Sept. 2008- present)
• Contributing writer to EquallyWed.com, Syracuse Magazine, About.com’s reality TV blog, and Syracuse University student publications The Daily Orange, Zipped Magazine, and What the Health Magazine

Skills:

Adobe Creative Suite • Microsoft Office Suite • HTML/CSS • WordPress • Social Media (4,000+ Twitter followers–@greggenheim) • Final Cut Pro • AP Style • Adequate French

Education:

S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University
• B.S. in Magazine Journalism, May 2011
• Specialization in Fashion Communications, minor in Sociology
• Dean’s List all semesters, Remembrance scholar