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Karunya Nathan

Karunya Nathan

Publicity Chair

Pugh Community Board

Greater Boston Area

Scientific Understanding + Artistic Thinking

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BridgeCultures

Brand Strategist

Bridge Cultures is an early stage enterprise working to bridge socio-economic, cultural and educational gaps, by partnering with entrepreneurs and universities worldwide. I worked closely with Bridge Cultures’ CEO to develop a visual brand identity, and designed event flyers and informational brochures.

Koru, Inc

Koru@Swipely

Koru is an intensive business and professional development program that emphasized the importance of one's grit, rigor, polish, curiosity, teamwork, ownership and impact in the workplace.

Within a four-person team, we conducted customer discovery and applied design thinking, rapid prototyping, A/B testing, and ROI calculations, in order to find strategic marketing solutions for Rhode Island's leading startup, Swipely.

We also practiced methods to develop effective team dynamics, such as understanding social styles, developing smart goals and running effective meetings.

Colby College

Pugh Community Board (PCB) Publicity Chair

The Pugh Community Board (PCB) student programing board that works to celebrate multiculturalism, promote social activism, and strengthen community.

As Publicity Chair, I work with the PCB Executive Board and General Board to brainstorm and execute effective marketing strategies that develop the PCB brand and advertise events on Colby College's campus.

I additionally design promotional imagery for PCB events, and maintain the board's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Colby College

Pugh Community Board (PCB) Treasurer

The Pugh Community Board (PCB) student programing board that works to celebrate multiculturalism, promote social activism, and strengthen community.

As Treasure I served on the PCB Executive Board, and managed a $60,000 budget. I worked closely with the Director of the Pugh Center on a bi-weekly basis to maximize financial resources, coordinating finanial transactions and acting as the liaison between the Pugh Community Board and the Colby College administration.

On PCB we work together as a close knit team. As Treasure I also volunteer to take on or collaborate on anything that needs to be done. During PCB's 2014 SHOUT week, an intensively organized week of programing around social activism and community, I designed and created the program for the keynote lecture, which is attached below.