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Lillie Rice

Marketing Coordinator, Big Duck

Location icon United States


I'm Lillie, a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. During my time at school, I have completed internships at some of the most popular women's magazines including O, The Oprah Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Women's Health, and Seventeen. While learning the ins and outs of print and digital publishing, I have been honored to be able to work alongside great editors- something I hope to be in the future.

Currently, I am working at Big Duck, Inc. as a Marketing Coordinator.

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Attracting visitors with an updated brand - Big Duck

The Newark Museum of Art is one of the oldest and largest museums in New Jersey. To get new visitors (families with kids living at home, young people, regional tourists, and Newark residents) in the door-and make the Museum matter to 21st-century audiences-they needed to make a more powerful first impression.

Hypertext Magazine
Emerging writer Lillie Rice: Blue Flower Tattoo

Lillie Rice is a native Chicagoan and recent graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. Her visual art has been published in the Sarah Lawrence Review. She continues to read and write poetry while living in New York City.

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10 tips to guide your nonprofit's approach to communications in 2020

During this hectic holiday season, take a moment to reflect on how your nonprofit approaches communications. What do you hope to achieve in 2020? Chances are there are new ways you can use communications to meet these goals and advance your organization's mission.

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Words matter: Creating a language guide to inform your communications.

Is your nonprofit working on how it can be more inclusive? One of the many ways you can do that is through the messaging and content you produce. Words matter. When we talk about particular groups or people that we may not identify with, it is easy to use language that may exclude or alienate them.

Sarah Lawrence College Review
The Places I've Gone and Want To Go

This is a piece from a photography project that I worked on in conjunction with incarcerated women. I instructed them to pick any place and talk to me about said place. I retrieved physical images and brought them back to the women.

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