MIT Earth Resources Laboratory (2015-present)
Since 2015 I have been responsible for the website, social media channels, and digital signage (monitor in our lobby) for the MIT Earth Resources Laboratory, an interdisciplinary lab (earth science / math / civil engineering) within the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, supported by a consortium of energy companies. My first project was working with a developer, a designer, and the lab's researchers to build and populate our current Drupal-based website: http://erlweb.mit.edu.
In addition to announcements and events, the site contains a database of over 1,200 publications by researchers affiliated with our lab. The password-protected "For Founding Members" section contains additional resources including over 50 videos of academic talks that I produced.
I've also established LinkedIn and Facebook pages for the lab, and have worked with graduate students and postdocs to reformat their data visualizations into videos that can be used on both our monitor and social media. More recently, at the request of our new director, I set up a public Youtube channel featuring live-streamed video of our academic talks, produced using an equipment set-up I researched and recommended.
MIT Office of Residential Life Programs (2010)
I created the Residential Life Programs Section of the MIT Division of Student Life's Drupal-based site. I also created a private wiki-based site with resources for Graduate Resident Tutors. (Both are now maintained by others.)