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Nithin Coca

Average rate
$40/hour
  • Joined May 2015

Global media expert and freelance journalist with diverse social media marketing skills.

  • Oakland, CA, United States
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Nithin Coca
Oakland, CA, United States

Worked with

Availability

Seeking work

Available

  • Available during business hours, evenings, and weekends

Commitment

  • Can work 20hrs per week
  • Can commit to 1-3 months

Services

Categories

Copywriting SEO Social Media Content Email

Experience

Summary

As a journalist and media expert, I utilize social media and online organizing technology to educate, empower, and engage communities around the world to participate in creating a sustainable, just global society.

Work history

Senior Community Campaigner
Setup Walk Free's capacity building Partner Network program in Indonesia, working with local NGOs including Migrant Care, SBMI, INFEST and ECPAT. Organized a groundbreaking global training with participants from several developing countries.
Grassroots Media Coordinator
My position involved work on specialized and priority campaigns, including coordinating with our extensive grassroots network on increasing press coverage on environmental campaigns through messaging diverse audiences.
Kehati Biodiversity Foundation
Communications Assistant
Projects I worked on include: Conducting research on REDD and Access/Benefit Sharing for Indonesian Government policy briefs. Developing Social Media curriculum and led trainings for Teens Go Green youth outreach program.
Consultant
Producing regular case studies on global campaigns and digital innovations.
Freelance Contributor
Produce regular stories on supply chains, technology, and how companies are moving towards sustainability.

Portfolio

Southeast Asia Globe - Suharto's Bloody Legacy

Fifty years ago, one of the most violent episodes in recent history took place across the Indonesian archipelago. Under General Suharto, an estimated 500,000 people were murdered in just two years, and the effects of the dictator’s rule are still reverberating through society

Focus Asean - Social ‘medianesia’

Only a quarter of Indonesia’s population have personal internet access, but the nation is already a world social media leader, signalling strong growth ahead.

Daily Dot - Why Facebook's Internet.org faces backlash in India

When the Facebook-backed Internet.org launched in Indonesia on April 20, it partnered with the country's major telecom providers to provide a basic suite of Web tools for free. With a population of 250 million, that could mean bringing a lot of Indonesians online-a boon for the country...

Trek Savvy Must-Do's - Santa Barbara

Sample of travel content written for TrekSavvy.com ahead of its launch. More samples available upon request.

Sustainable Brands - New Palm Oil Risk Tool Allows Companies to Better Identify Deforestation Risk

Article for SB's ICT and Big Data section, for which I produce regular stories on how technology is enabling brands to be more sustainable.

Skills

Skills

public relations communications Media social media marketing writing journalism content strategy content marketing blogging media monitoring HTML SEO

Tools

Wordpress Facebook Twitter Adobe Creative Suite Hootsuite CMS Google Analytics Sprout Social Google Docs

Interests

Industries I love

Government Media PR & Communications Tech Philanthropy Science Travel

What I read

Daily Kos, Adbusters, TruthDig, The Irawaddy, Hong Kong Free Press, Streetsblog, Sustainable Cities Collective

Side projects

Traveled around the world in 2006-07 and wrote a book about it.