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Lauren Bowers

Lauren Bowers

Editorial Research Assistant

New Jersey Monthly Magazine

Greater New York City Area

Graduate of Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY with a Bachelors of Professional Studies (BPS) in Communications with a major in fashion merchandising and a minor in business. Recipient of Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design Certificate for continuing studies in Mass Media and Publishing.





New Jersey Monthly Magazine

Editorial Research Assistant

• Pitch, research and write original stories, blog posts and listicles for
• Develop and maintain the magazine’s Instagram and Pinterest platforms based on social trends
• Monitor traffic and growth of social media channels using analytics tools
• Implement new ways to communicate with readers via social media to drive traffic to the website
• Responsible for fact-checking articles before print; act as a last line of defense for any major errors
• Manage online comments and letters to the editor on a weekly basis
• Conduct interviews with public relations representatives, local and state officials, chefs, volunteers, business owners and other members of the community to ensure stories are accurate and comprehensive


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Marist College

Bachelor of Professional Studies, Communications

Recipient of an academic achievement-based Alumni scholarship. Over the course of four years, through a combination of rigorous coursework and three field internships, I completed my Bachelor of Professional Studies in Communications with a concentration in fashion merchandising and a minor in business—the college's only acceptance-based program.