Jennifer Postel-Giambi


Location icon United States

Communications professional with 10 years of industry experience and a passion for communicating with a purpose.

Public Relations ● Brand Management ● Social Media ● Copywriting ● Marketing Communications ● Fundraising & Development ● Multimedia Campaign Development ● Newsletter Production ● Media & Community Relations ● Proofing & Editing ● Event Management and Planning ● Adobe Creative Suite


HISD Writing Samples

News Blog
Travis ES kicks off annual One Book, One School event with drive-through parade, book pickup

As a line of cars stretched down the block of Houston's Woodland Heights neighborhood, Travis Elementary second-grader Kai Teste eagerly waved his hands from the car window at his teachers' smiling faces. For the past six years, the HISD school has participated in the One Book, One School event in which the entire campus community reads one book together at the same time.

News Blog
HISD students adjust to new reality of distance learning

Editor's Note: This is the first in a two-part series on how six HISD students are adjusting to the shift to virtual instruction throughout the district amid COVID-19 precautions. Read Part 2 here. Earlier this week, the district launched HISD @ H.O.M.E.

News Blog
'Culture of trust, accountability' at the center of North Forest turnaround success

Over six years ago, HISD faced an enormous challenge when it agreed to take over North Forest ISD, which had been plagued by years of low academic performance, a laundry list of state sanctions, and financial mismanagement - which eventually led to the order from the Texas Education Agency to close the district.

News Blog
Port Houston ES students learn big life lessons in Dolphinville

At most schools, running in the halls is not permitted, but in Dolphinville - a student-run community within the walls of HISD's Port Houston Elementary School - running is like speeding, and it can have costly consequences. "If a student is caught running by one of our Crimestoppers, then they are issued a speeding ticket," said Port Houston Assistant Principal Shelby Smith.

News Blog
Art teacher's past influences his students in the classroom today

Art has been a driver of social change throughout history, and Edison Middle School visual arts teacher Gerard Caliste is using his experience as a student artist to transform the way his students view their craft and the world around them. "My kids are learning to paint on anything," Caliste said.

News Blog
Sharpstown HS soccer coach fosters family bond, lessons beyond the pitch

They've been dubbed the "seven-nation family" - 11 starters, seven countries, four languages, and one dream: to become state champions. The Sharpstown Apollos varsity soccer team earned a regional title over the weekend with a win over Kingwood Park to advance to their first state tournament in school history.

HISD Social Media Campaigns

HISD External Media Accomplishments 2019-2020

A consistent and focused attention to engagement across all social media platforms, including the addition of Instagram, resulted in triple- and even quadruple-digit percentage increases in followers and post impressions.

Oil and Gas Writing Samples

Midstream Business
Focus on STEM Education Key to Curbing Big Crew Change

As much of the energy sector’s seasoned workforce becomes retirement eligible, an impending demographic crisis could impede the industry’s growth, leaving many executives in search of strategic and innovative ways to bridge the subsequent experience gap.

Midstream Business
The Compression Business

Like much of the industry, the compression business has been significantly affected by the North American shale boom. To put it plainly, the more production there is, the more need there is for compression.

Midstream Business
Gas Processing: The Not So Missing Link

With the increasing prevalence of North American shale plays, processing and treating natural gas is a big and growing business.

Midstream Business
The State of ECHO

As crude storage begins to quickly dwindle, where does the project stand today?

Midstream Business
Crude Focal Point for Magellan Midstream

In 2013, with the growing presence of North American crude and its subsequent distribution demand, Magellan Midstream Partners shifts focus to crude-oil based growth opportunities.

Midstream Business
Lighting the Demand for Propane

After years of successful and reliable use in American vehicle fleets and farm equipment, propane is making a charge for a prominent seat at the alternative-fuels table.

Midstream Business
The Stewards of the Midstream

The North American shale revolution has triggered an uptick in environmental rules and regulations, bringing to light an unprecedented number of regulatory issues.

Midstream Business
Louisiana Boomtown

For years, St. James, Louisiana, has been a vital link for imported crude, and now recent changes have seen an increase in flow from domestic output, which shows no signs of stopping.

Midstream Business
Turning the Midstream Tide

Big news flooded the midstream construction market at year end with many projects targeting take-away solutions throughout the U.S. and beyond.

Midstream Business
Pigging: An Essential Midstream Component

As a result of robust midstream activity, pigging has become a crucial component in the midstream sector, and many say it’s a great time to be in the business.

Midstream Business
Expanding on the Future

Fall kicked off with a slew of midstream infrastructure-expansion projects concentrated in the areas to the north.

Midstream Business
Tracking the Details

There is a new system on the market aimed at simplifying the midstream industry's sometimes-complex puzzles.

Midstream Business
Exciting Times Ahead for Midstream

Moving into the new year, the midstream consensus is that continued strong drilling in North American shale plays will keep gathering, processing, transmission and storage demands strong in 2013 and beyond

Midstream Business
Texas State of Mind

This month, midstream infrastructure projects are in bloom.

Midstream Monitor
ONEOK Takes Aim At Bakken Infrastructure

It has been known for some time that many of the prolific plays throughout the U.S. are in need of immediate infrastructure attention, especially in the bountiful Bakken, where a surge in production has caused more than its fair share of challenges.

Midstream Business
Effectively Delivering on Energy Capital Projects

With the increased demand for energy worldwide, capital energy investments are on the rise, along with mounting delivery challenges that many companies are facing.

The Daily Cougar
Freshman gives UH hope

Robledo is key to Cougars’ revival, return to national prominence

Press Releases

Alzheimer's Association
Grant Press Release

Houston Scientist Receives Alzheimer’s Association New Investigator Research Grant

Alzheimer's Association
Wild Together Program



Design Samples

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