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NEWS & ANALYSIS CLIPS

Digital Media: Rose-Colored Roundup

SELF-PUBLISHED, FOUNDED AUGUST 2017

Rose-Colored is my weekly good-newsletter making email inboxes and world views rosier by highlighting the feel-good news we tend to miss these days. Recharge for the road ahead with uplifting stories of empowerment and progress. Read past editions and subscribe here. Check us out on Instagram here.

 

PRINT: Where are all the female diplomats?

HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL REVIEW, NOVEMBER 2016

Did you know that until 1972, the State Department banned female Foreign Service officers from being married or having children? That, of the 4,600 total U.S. ambassadors who served in foreign nations throughout all of U.S. history, just 9% have been women? This piece examines the history of a women's place in diplomacy and what a Hillary Clinton presidency could mean for female diplomats.

This piece was also published in the prestigious annual print journal. To read the online article, KSR’s most-read in 2016, click here.

 

PRINT: Publisher: ‘Mein Kampf’ profits will go to Holocaust survivors

MSNBC, JULY 2016

American book publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced that it would give the profits of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf to a local nonprofit that supports elderly Holocaust survivors.

For the full article, click here.

 

PRINT: SNAPCHAT WAGES LEGAL BATTLE OVER RIGHT TO ‘BALLOT SELFIES’

MSNBC, APRIL 2016

Snapchat is taking a stand against a ban on “ballot selfies.” The popular social media platform filed a brief in New Hampshire last week, supporting an ACLU suit that advocates for a voter’s right to take and share photos of their completed ballots in the voting booth.

For the full article, click here.

 

PRINT: BONO TO SENATORS: SEND AMY SCHUMER, CHRIS ROCK TO FIGHT ISIS

MSNBC, APRIL 2016

Music superstar and humanitarian Bono testified on Capitol Hill this week, offering an unconventional suggestion on how to combat extremism from groups like the Islamic State: comedy.

For the full article, click here.

 

 

PRINT: MISSOURI LAWMAKER: STOP MIXING UP ‘PHYSICAL’ AND ‘FISCAL’

MSNBC, APRIL 2016

Missouri state representative Tracy McCreery (D) filed a resolution this month urging her fellow members in the state House of Representatives to stop mispronouncing the word “fiscal” as “physical” while discussing policy in the lower chamber.

For the full article, click here.

 

 

VIDEO (WEB EXTRA INTERVIEW): HERSTORY / KATHERINE CHEUNG

MSNBC, JANUARY 2016

Aviation Hall of Famer Katherine Cheung was the first Chinese-American woman to earn a pilot’s license.  Now Filmmakers want to share HerStory with the world. 

For the full video, click here

 

PRINT: STUDENTS RISING ABOVE GETS HELP WITH HEALTH BEFORE FULFILLING PROMISE IN THE CLASSROOM

CBS SAN FRANCISCO, MAY 2014

Non-profit Students Rising Above provides academic support to low income, first generation college students. But did you know SRA also helps students get the medical care they need?

For the full article, click here.

 

PRINT: CHILDREN WHO VIEW DOMESTIC ABUSE MORE LIKELY TO BULLY, FIGHT, LIE, CHEAT

CBS SAN FRANCISCO, APRIL 2014

A growing body of research shows that children don’t have to be abused themselves to suffer the consequences of domestic violence.

For the full article, click here

 

PRINT: Troubling Statistics For African-American Males In The Classroom

CBS SAN FRANCISCO, APRIL 2014

Young African American men are falling behind their peers in the classroom. PBS reports only 54% of African Americans graduate from high school, compared to more than 75% of their Caucasian and Asian American peers.

For the full article, click here

 

VIDEO (Stand-up): Oakland Car Chase

KPIX 5 NEWS/CBS SF, DECEMBER 2013

After a violent carjacking occurred in downtown Oakland, law enforcement officials pursued and apprehended the driver--a 13-year old boy.

For the full video, click here

 

PRINT: Tragedy of Lampedusa: How Poverty and Population Factors Sink the Future of Immigrants

OPEDNEWS.COM, OCTOBER 19, 2013

When tragedy struck off the coast of a small Sicilian island and a ship carrying 500 African immigrants sunk, our eyes were opened to larger questions about the dynamics of the region.

For the full article, click here.  

 

VIDEO (Package): Sen. Mitch McConnell & the Kentucky Primary

CBS NEWS WASHINGTON, AUGUST 2013

Things are heating up in Kentucky as the state's five-term incumbent senator faces new challengers with increasing momentum. 

For the full video, click here

 

PRINT: Mitch It or Switch It: Sen. McConnell's New Obstacles in Kentucky for 2014

OPEDNEWS.COM, AUGUST 3, 2013

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) sizes up his new competition for 2014, and maybe even breaks a sweat.

For the full article, click here.  

 

 

VIDEO (Desk read): Today in the News

CBS NEWS WASHINGTON, JULY 29, 2013

Today, we look at three news stories: the campaign manager of mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner resigns, Pope Francis makes a significant statement about homosexuality in the priesthood, and Washington prepares for scheduled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

For the full video, click here

 

VIDEO (Stand-up): Voting Rights Act of 1965

CBS NEWS WASHINGTON,  JULY 2013

The Supreme Court will wait until next week to release its decision regarding the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965. In the meantime, how could they rule?

For the full video, click here. 

 
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PRINT: O.C.'s Own: Rachel Reinert

Orange Coast Magazine, November 2012

Singer Reinert of the country group Gloriana has graduated from open-mic nights at Santa Ana's Gypsy Den to nationwide tours. Here, she relives her childhood in Orange County and how things have changed since achieving stardom.

For the full article, click here.

 

 

PRINT: Is America leaving college students behind?

OpEdNews.com, February 26, 2013

A look at how a student of the University of California school system is affected by disinvestment from public higher education.

For the full article, click here.

 


GRAPHICS

MSNBC'S THE LAST WORD

MSNBC, FEBRUARY 2015 - PRESENT

On the left is a sample of some of the graphics I have created for The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC. All those that appear here were shared on the show's Twiter and/or Facebook. To create these graphics, I either create them myself using templates or collaborate with an MSNBC Artworks Graphic Artist to bring the producers' requests to life. You can tune into the show and see my work here.


CREDITS

GRAPHICS: THE LAST WORD WITH LAWRENCE O'DONNELL (MSNBC)

MSNBC, DECEMBER 2015

Moving on up: New year, new title! Now a (permanent, non-rotating) member of this team, I was actually required in the control room for most of our Holiday Party year ender special, but I was able to come up and enjoy a glass of champagne in the F block to celebrate the year and our accomplishments!

DOCUMENTARY: WHITE COLLAR CONVICTS (CNBC ORIGINALS)

CNBC, APRIL 2015

During my time as an NBCUniversal East Coast Page, I rotated among several news-related assignments, including one at CNBC's Long Form Unit. There, I worked on a CNBC Original documentary, White Collar Convicts: Life on the Inside, and was credited as a Production Assistant while still a Page! Visit the show page here.

BOOKING & PRODUCTION: THE LAST WORD WITH LAWRENCE O'DONNELL (MSNBC)

MSNBC, DECEMBER 2014

While the Page on The Last Word, before being hired permanently as a Production Assistant, I was credited in the annual Holiday Special/Year-in-Review episode. During my time as the show's page, I assisted with selecting guests on the show, assembling biographical notes, booking travel to and from studios across the country, escorting all guests onset in 30 Rock, pitching stories, and much more.


PERSONAL WRITING

blog: LIVE WITH LISA FEIERMAN

2013 - PRESENT

I've been blogging about my adventures in TV news production since summer of 2013 when I had my first broadcast journalism internship in Washington, D.C. My blog chronicles all of the major moments in my career thus far and gives a taste of my more informal writing voice.

PERSONAL: The art of the side hustle (LinkedIn)

APRIL 2017

I wrote a blog post about "side hustles," why so many millennials have taken one (or several!) on, and a few of my favorite ways to earn some extra money and hone transferable skills on the side!

PERSONAL: Tips & tricks for getting (and staying) informed (LinkedIn)

NOVEMBER 2015

I wrote a quick how-to piece for staying up to date on the news on LinkedIn, highlighting some of my favorite sources and methods.


NON-NEWS VIDEO AND PRINT WORK

VIDEO

Projector Reviews TV web video series fpr Projector Reviews, Inc.

Click here for comprehensive list of all 150+ videos, or view a few sample videos below:

INTERVIEW VIDEO

SPECIAL TOPICS VIDEO

PROUDCT REVIEW VIDEO