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Paige Normand
Digital Communication Coordinator

Paige is a faculty member in the School of Media Arts and Design and has been working in the Learning Centers since 2010.  She founded Digital Communication Consulting in spring 2014 when she trained the first cohort of tutors. She created this service to assist students across the university with digital projects and professional portfolios.  

She's eager to collaborate with any faculty members interested in developing digital communication in their courses or if you have any suggestions on how DigiComm can better serve the university!

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Maddie Matarazzo
Peer Leader
Media Fellow for HM 201

Maddie is a senior WRTC major with a concentration in Technical Communication and a minor in Spanish. 

She loves helping students with personal branding and digital stories. When she isn't behind her laptop screen doing work (or watching The Office), you can probably find her outside on some sort of adventure. This includes anything from hiking to the quest to find the perfect cup of coffee. Also in her free time she trains with the JMU Triathlon Club and gives campus tours with Student Ambassadors.

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Teresa Cummings
Media Fellow for HTH 423

Teresa is a senior WRTC major with a Spanish minor. 

Specializing in data visualization tools, she loves to turn evidence into epics. Piktochart and Canva are two tools always in her back pockets. Each day she aims to explore a new aspect of the digital world in comfort of her own yoga pants.  When not exploring, Teresa is traveling back in time with JMU’s Swing Dance Club, practicing her mermaid skills at UREC, or enjoying a cup of tea. 

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Kaitlynn Moore
Media Fellow for SMAD 242

Kaitlynn is a senior Organizational Communication major with minors in Educational Media and Human Resources Development. 

Her builder of choice is Wix, and she has experience in online design, photography, videography, and digital media creation. She is the Social Media Outreach Coordinator of JMU’s Best Buddies organization and is on the executive board of her sorority, Delta Delta Delta. In her free time, Kaitlynn enjoys trying new restaurants in downtown Harrisonburg, taking her Westie on walks, and playing her favorite music too loud.

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Madi English
Media Fellow for OT 600

Madi is a senior Communication Studies major with minors in WRTC and Educational Media.

She loves to help students turn their ideas into a digital dream whether that be through personal branding, a digital story, or a site on Wix. You can find her in the deep, dark basement of Carrier with a large iced coffee from Dunkin looking for inspiration on Pinterest for her next digital project.  Outside of DigiComm, Madi loves thrifting, baking, and talking about the bachelor.

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Becky Chen
Media Fellow for ENGR 331

Becky is a senior Media Arts and Design major concentrating in Converged Media and minoring in Cultural Communication.

She loves helping people with anything digital but her favorite topics are personal branding, wed design, and infographics. When she’s not tutoring students, you can see her cooking up food for those in need as Public Relations Director for Campus Kitchen. Off campus, she spends her time developing her photography skills through her food blog. As you can see, she's obsessed with food!

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Lindsey Brockman
Media Fellow for IS 201

Lindsey is a senior Media Arts and Design major concentrating in Converged Media and a Political Communication minor.

She is Team Wix and loves web design and digital storytelling. She enjoys working on a wide range of digital projects and looks forward to helping you with yours. When she’s not hanging out in Digicomm, you can usually find her at UREC, taking Buzzfeed quizzes, or hanging out with her small group or one of her 6 housemates.

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Marissa Scholler
Media Fellow for ART 492

Marissa is a senior Media Arts and Design major concentrating in Converged Media. With a minor in Nonprofit Studies, Marissa is excited to use her eye for design to help others.

While her favorite digital topics to tutor people on include personal branding, design, and Wix, her favorite part is watching her clients get in touch with their creative side. In her free time, Marissa enjoys playing Mario Kart with her roommates, finding the best taco trucks, and searching for her new favorite font.

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Halle Forbes

Media Fellow for SRM 337

Halle is a senior Media Arts and Design major concentrating in Digital Video and Cinema with minors in Human Resource Development and Sociology.

She tends to lose track of time while editing videos, making graphics in Canva, or even playing with interactive features in Wix. If she is not in DigiComm, you will likely find her hanging out in the Student Government Association office, working in Special Collections, searching Harrisonburg for new thrift shops, or just lying somewhere on the Quad.

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Samantha Haling
Graduate Assistant

Samantha is a graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A./Ed.S.) program. She has a background in tutoring writing and English as a Second Language.

As DigiComm’s graduate assistant, she is excited to learn how to extend her skills to students working on digital projects and help to strengthen DigiComm’s presence on campus. When not in the Learning Centers or out doing graduate work, Samantha loves creating art and spending quality time with friends, especially if good food is involved!

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Want to Join the Team?

If you're looking for a meaningful, transformative, and challenging job, consider joining the DigiComm! Our team of paid tutors consult one-on-one with students, partner with faculty across campus, give presentations on digital tools, and present research at conferences.

If you're pursuing a major or minor in SCOM, SMAD, or WRTC, you can interview to take the DigiComm Tutor Training course (offered each spring).

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