Social Media Portfolio

Throughout my graduate career, social media and digital platforms have been an integral tool of communication and community engagement, especially in my role as a Graduate Assistant at the Sloane Art Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for the academic year of 2018-2019. In this position, I became the lead social media manager for this library and managed the multiple social media platforms. Additionally, I have been the Webmaster of the Art and Museum Library and Information Student Society as well as the Digital Coordinator for the Art Student Graduate Organization. As such, I have included some items that I have created throughout the years to demonstrate this interest.


Below are a selection of materials that I made as the Social Media Manager of Sloane Art Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specifically, I included all of the material that I made for Women’s History Month, March 2019. I’ve included the images, with brief description, as well as embedded links to specific Instagram posts. All of these materials were published at @SloaneArtLibrary

Introductory post about the the National Museum of Women in the Arts campaign #5WomenArtists and how we will be celebrating throughout the month.

Each week, we picked a theme to focus on for the women artists, ranging from women of color, queer artists, to women book artists. After posting the 5 Women Artists that we were featuring this week, each day, we posted a story providing a brief biography of each of the artists. Each week, the Instagram stories followed the same format, with a different format featured each week. Below are the five Instagram stories for one of the weeks.

Facebook & Poster Designs

Example Facebook and Poster Designs made for specific events for Sloane Art Library and Art Museum and Library and Information Student Society (AMLISS).

Facebook event image for an AMLISS event

Accompanying poster
Poster for Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon