You’ve heard the misconception that building a successful business in rural Appalachia is nearly impossible. But at JJN Multimedia, we know that’s not the case – our business is proof that opportunity can come from the unexpected.
As Content Marketing Director for JJN Multimedia, Lindsay is responsible for content writing and strategy, social media management, and public relations services. Since graduating with her B.A. in Communications from Concord University in 2014, she has gained experience writing and developing marketing and public relations strategies for many organizations in Appalachia. She has a passion for helping organizations tell their stories in effective, dynamic ways and loves her home in the Mountain State.
Cory graduated Summa Cum Laude with a double major in Advertising/Graphic Design and Studio Art from Concord University in 2011. His passion for creativity drives his dedication to improving brand image of organizations by implementing graphic design and advertising skills that coordinate with dynamic strategies for marketing solutions. Over the last 10 years, he has created successful traditional and digital campaigns, logos, and designs for dozens of clients across Appalachia.
As the Web Development Director for JJN Multimedia, Page oversees and develops modern, responsive, and eye-catching websites to solve client needs. She holds an Associate Degree in Information Technology with a focus in Web and Graphic Design from Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College. Page’s love for web design shines through in every project she completes, showcasing each client’s individuality, while building a cohesive presence across the web.
As a Digital Designer, Hannah is in charge of designing and developing websites along with other design projects, such as logos and advertisements. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.A. in both Advertising/Graphic Design and Studio Art from Concord University in December 2020. Hannah is always eager to add a creative twist while telling the stories of different organizations in Appalachia and beyond.
J.D.’s drive for changing the narrative of Southern West Virginia has taken him from his 9 years of experience as a coal miner, to now operating a full-service advertising agency located in Fayette County, WV for the past five years. He is responsible for not only the production of video assets for clients, but overseeing and implementing new and existing projects amongst the team. He believes that a healthy and collaborative environment will bring the best out of every project they are involved with.
Megan graduated from Marshall University in May 2020 with a B.F.A. in Graphic Design. She has a passion for creating artwork and designs that positively and accurately represent her community and the Appalachian region. She is responsible for designing assets for websites, social media artwork, animations and other design projects that may need her creative flair.
As Content and Media Specialist for JJN Multimedia, Emily brings a creative eye and additional skill sets to the table, gained from nearly a decade working in multimedia journalism in Appalachia and across the country. Since graduating from Marshall University with her B.A. in Online Journalism and B.A. in Photography in 2016, she gained experience curating and producing original multimedia content in an ever-changing market through her passion for communication and storytelling through innovative means and methods.
As Marketing and Production Manager, Katie is responsible for the planning and production of video shoots for JJN Multimedia along with event coordination and internal marketing strategy. She holds a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from St. Bonaventure University. For 15 years, Katie has worked in marketing and communications, with a passion for helping organizations share their message in the most effective ways.
Hailing from McDowell County, Chloe Lester is joining the JJN Multimedia team as an intern! Chloe’s passion for multimedia communications began when she got involved with the McDowell County Student Pack as a student at River View High School. With the Student Pack, Chloe participated in podcasts, video productions, and more. Her experience as a high school student inspired her to pursue a career in multimedia journalism. She decided to attend West Virginia University to make her dreams come true and is currently majoring in journalism and minoring in communications. Chloe is excited to spend the summer with JJN Multimedia learning more about communications and marketing from folks who inspire her.