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Camile

Social Media Manager

I am a Social Media Manager with 5 years experience in B2C relations for well known brands. I am highly skilled in

-Social content planning
-Developing and setting up Facebook campaigns
-Community management
- Creating ad copy
-Managing social media on all social platforms

As a self starter, dependable, curious, and proactive professional, I am certain that I can add value to any project I am apart of.

Portfolio

Content Calendars

Writing Samples

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Atlanta Falcons Participate In Police Ride-Alongs, Community Discussions

As tensions between football players and National Football League owners continue to build over national anthem protests, some Atlanta Falcons are trying to build a positive relationship with the police. Team owner Arthur Blank, along with coaches and players, recently participated in ride-alongs with Atlanta police, the team said on Twitter.

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Mayor Bottoms Explains Improper Credit Card Use After AJC Open Records Request

In the midst of ongoing investigations involving bribery and open records violations at Atlanta City Hall, the mayor's office is explaining why taxpayers were wrongly charged more than $2,000 for a plane ticket for the mayor's husband Derrick Bottoms - who is a vice president at The Home Depot, not a city employee.

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2 Journalists Killed As Subtropical Storm Alberto Makes Landfall

Two journalists on duty were killed Monday as Subtropical Storm Alberto made its way north after making landfall in Florida's panhandle. Photojournalist Aaron Smeltzer and Anchor Mike McCormick of WYFF News 4 in South Carolina were killed when a tree fell on their SUV in North Carolina.

Social Strategies/ Proposals

Social Reports

Voice Over

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Gov. Deal Adds $100 Million For Ga. 400 Bus Rapid Transit

Gov. Nathan Deal on Tuesday announced an additional $100 million for bus rapid transit to pay for four new bus-only interchanges along a 16-mile stretch of Ga. 400. The decision adds to the $75 million in grants approved in 2015.

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