Kimberly Hayes is a social media native, who thrives within the intersection between digital media and social impact.
She is the program coordinator for Georgetown University’s Center for Social Impact Communication. As part of her duties, Kimberly coordinates all social media postings, website maintenance and event planning.
A graduate of the University of Virginia with a degree in Media Studies, Kimberly is passionate about all things under the communication umbrella including social media, marketing, journalism and public relations.
Kimberly has worked as a volunteer reporter writing articles for Manila Mail, an online Filipino news publication located in Washington, D.C. She has also worked as a production assistant at NBC 29, in Charlottesville, Virginia where she learned all about the broadcast aspect of communication.
One of her biggest, yet rewarding challenges was when she was given the special project of being in charge of the distribution of voting marketing materials for all 133 localities in the Commonwealth of Virginia during the 2016 Presidential Election.
In her spare time, Kimberly still involves communication in her everyday life with her love of blogging and photography.