Video Communications Associate
As the Video Communications Associate, Tara films, produces and edits original video and multimedia content for CampusProgress.org and covers events hosted by Campus Progress or related to its core issue areas and youth advocacy. She also assists with social media strategy and outreach.
Tara holds a BA in Journalism from Purchase College, State University of New York, concentrating in Media, Society and the Arts. Before joining Campus Progress as an intern and consultant, Tara served as the Media/Communications Fellow for the National Service-Learning Partnership, a founding board member of the State Farm Youth Advisory Board, and a board member of the Michigan Community Foundation's Youth Project. Her video work for Campus Progress has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Showbiz Tonight, MSNBC, The O’Reilly Factor, CBC, Your World with Neil Cavuto, The Huffington Post, Think Progress, and more.
Recent articles by this author:
- On the Issues: Obamacare Today [VIDEO]
- Out Of The Mouths Of Lawmakers [INTERACTIVE]
- Your #ItsOurInterest Student Debt Anthems [PLAYLIST]
- On the Issues: Young Women and Student Debt [VIDEO]
- On The Issues: The Fiscal Showdown [VIDEO]
- Getting Out the Youth Vote
- ‘Dear Chick-Fil-A (Because I’m a Homosexual)’
- VIDEO: Best Moments of #CPNC12
- Secretary of Education Arne Duncan To Answer Questions on College Affordability
- VIDEO: Why #CPNC12?
- VIDEO: Campus Progress Action Hosts Student Debt Day
- Take Congress on a #DontDoubleMyRate Date
- #DontDoubleMyRate State-By-State Social Media Guides
- VIDEO: Stafford Loan Press Conference
- VIDEO: Obama, Students Tell Congress: #DontDoubleMyRate
- SCOTUS Hears Arguments Against Arizona’s SB 1070, Protesters Gather Outside [VIDEO]
- VIDEO: Marshall Fitz, Eduardo Garcia Discuss Supreme Court’s SB 1070 Hearing
- The Best #DontDoubleMyRate Tweets We’ve Seen Today
- LIVE UPDATES: President Obama Pushes #DontDoubleMyRate on Campuses, Jimmy Fallon
- Restaurant Workers Demand Equal Pay, Appealing to Restaurant Lobbyists and Congress