A little about me …. Makenzie Marineau

As a born and raised Oregonian I have a great appreciation for the outdoors and a weakness for book stores, adventure, genuinely nice people, print media, conversation, destinations, and stories. Admittedly I’m a news, coffee, and camera addict who is very inquisitive and social. Can’t say no to travel, or opportunities to live overseas again.

As a graduate of Oregon State University I hold a degree in new media communications. My studies also emphasized international relations and political science. Currently I’m working on many freelance projects for small businesses in social media, photography, public relations, website design, and other creative media services.

My experiences are as diverse as my skills and interests. I’ve worked in politics, marketing and advertising, non-profit affairs, managerial positions, coaching roles, and many areas of media communications related to journalism and public relations.

I pride myself on my quick ability–and want–to adapt and learn.

I’m a very driven and passionate person who’s taken a strong interest in all things media, politics, culture, technology, service learning, communications and more.

About this blog ….

This blog was designed as a place where I could share interesting thoughts, ideas, news and more on all things new media communications. Not only is it a place for me to share my writing, and other work, but also as a place to connect, engage, and help others who may share  similar interests.

Photo compliments of Aaron Marineau Photography


2 Responses to “About”

  1. Liberty Web Marketing October 24, 2010 at 11:22 am #

    As I submitted at your other blog:
    “You have an awesome site and even better topics and categories. I spent much time reading at your site(s) today and really appreciate what you have written.
    I guess that if I could offer a suggestion, as a professional website developer, it would be to implement a “search” bar so visitors — like myself — can search topically to find specific information.”

    Simply add the WordPress “search” widget 🙂

    Thanks for your consideration!

    • Makenzie Marineau January 28, 2011 at 9:22 pm #

      Thank you, and I appreciate your input. Actually I already had the “search” widget on my site. Was it unable to be seen clearly?

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