I began my career telling other people’s stories. Now I build and champion better ways for them to tell their own.
After two years of daily beat reporting in Texas and Michigan, I dove into digital in July 2007 as the first online-only reporter at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, where I developed the award-winning Big Blog with an eye toward social media and community collaboration. When the P-I shut down its print edition in 2009, I added website production, multimedia management and expanded content strategy to my daily duties as the largest metro daily to go online-only made a risky and groundbreaking transition. In June 2010 I jumped to startups, helping the team at Intersect launch, develop and market an innovative storytelling platform.
In the fall of 2011 I leveraged my experience building online community in news and startups to launch my community strategy consultancy at moniguzman collaborative, llc. Keeping one foot in journalism, I also teamed up with the entrepreneurial journalists and founders of Seattle tech site GeekWire to launch a column I love on issues in digital life.
All the while I’ve shared what I’ve learned and what I’m excited about as a speaker on digital media issues in both tech and journalism. Where I can, I work to convene and join conversations at the edge of the space. It’s too exciting out there not to.
Community Strategist at moniguzman collaborative, llc
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