Nicole Stephani, formerly Nicole V. Rohr, is a social media and marketing professional. She is the self-described "Queen of Content Strategy" at the start up marketing firm BTC Revolutions.
Previously, she was a content editor with WYCC Channel 20, a PBS television station in Chicago. Also, she was an editor and producer at John Lothian News and editor of JLN Metals.
Born and raised in Birmingham, Ala., she freelanced for several organizations in the Chicago area before joining the MarketsWiki and MarketsReformWiki teams in April 2011. She began as an intern and was promoted to web content editor first before being named to her current titles.
Rohr is active with the alumni association at The Medill School at Northwestern University and is a contributing instructor for the National High School Institute for Journalism (Cherubs) at Northwestern University. In February 2012, Rohr was featured in the Careers section of the Medill website.
Rohr worked as an editor for the newspaper and the literary magazine at her high school, continuing this work in college. She worked on a city council campaign in Birmingham before moving to Chicago in 2009. For the past two years, she has produced stories and multimedia content for organizations like The Cradle Foundation and the Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences at Northwestern University.
In December 2010, Rohr earned her master's degree in journalism with a focus on business reporting from The Medill School at Northwestern University. She received an undergraduate degree in English with an art history minor from Birmingham-Southern College in 2008.
She covered the marketing and advertising industry during her graduate studies while developing skills in video, audio and photo editing. She is active with Social Media Club Chicago and the Business Marketing Association (BMA) Young Professionals group. Rohr is also an avid runner and kickboxer.
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