CV

Bio

Nicole recently graduated from Tufts University and currently works as an Executive Assistant in Hollywood. Her passions are deeply rooted in storytelling, which translates into multiple literary and visual forms of expression. She has Bachelor of Arts degrees in Film & Media Studies and English.

Education

Tufts University, BA, Medford, MA 2019

Summa Cum Laude, Dean’s List

Professional Experience 

Executive Assistant to the CEO at SpectreVision (2020)

Marketing Coordinator at Rocketbook (2019)

Production Development Intern at Bona Fide Productions (January 2018)

Visual Content Intern at Rocketbook (2018)

Film Reviewer for the Boston International Kids Film Festival (2018)

Marketing Intern at Tufts Film and Media Studies Department (2017-2018)

Sign Language Tutor at Tufts Academic Resource Center (2017-2018)

Research Intern for Scott Gourson, LLC (2017-2018)

Guest Lectures

April 2020: University of California, Berkeley – “Advanced Screenwriting”

Organizations

Parnassus Creative Writing Club – Communications Coordinator and President

The Tufts Observer – Lead Artist and Designer

Future Histories Literary Magazine – Design Editor, Content Editor, and Online Editor (current)

Notable Projects

Producer – Student animated film “Death & Duck Stew” (2018-2019)

Writer/Producer Edgewood, Ohio (2018-2019)

Peer Teacher, Tufts Experimental College (2018); Designed and taught the college course “Getting Wicked: Discovering the Literary Roots of Musicals”

Production Assistant for commercial shoot with Charles River Media Group (2018)

Production Assistant for experimental dance film “As Good as it Gets” (2018)

Published Work

“A Trunk, Full” – short story, Future Histories Literary Magazine (2017)

“Elementary” – flash fiction contest honorable mention, Reflex Fiction (2018)

“Found” American Sign Language poem, The Tufts Observer (2017)

“All My Last Things” – prose piece, The Tufts Observer (2016)

Notable Mentions

2019 Manchester Fiction Prize – Highly Commended (2019)

Pithead Chapel’s 2019 Larry Brown Short Story Award – Top Ten (2019)