Coming to Resource Media with a background in publishing and media, Neecole is committed to supporting marginalized communities perspectives by shifting dominant narratives and empowering underrepresented voices in media. As a black and Puerto Rican woman, she positions representation and building relationships at the center of the projects she works with in order to inspire and promote change. She brings a thoughtful approach to communications and media, leading with compassion and creativity, to encourage accurate and compelling storytelling.
Neecole has provided storytelling and editorial support throughout her career. Prior to working at Resource Media, she was an assistant editor at University of Washington Press where she facilitated communication between editors and authors in a variety of social justice orientated topics such as environmental justice and critical ethnic studies. Neecole holds a BA in English and History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where her writing and communications career began at the school’s newspaper, The Daily Tarheel, and its marketing branch, 1893 Brand Studio.