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Elizabeth Christine Trovall

411 Hitt Street / Apartment 200 / Columbia, Missouri 65201 512-585-2886

Bachelor of Journalism Emphasis in Radio Broadcast Reynolds Institute of Journalism Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Emphasis in Performance Minor in Spanish University of Missouri Summer Semester Abroad Universidad Austral (Buenos Aires, Argentina) GPA 3.485/4.000

Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2012 Columbia, Missouri

May 2011 July 2011

Reporter: KBIA-FM (NPR); Columbia, Missouri August 2010 present Reported and produced long-form feature news stories and shorter day-turn pieces which aired on KBIA FM Pitched original news stories relevant to the community for the KBIA News Director at weekly meetings Completed day-turn shifts abiding by strict deadlines while interviewing and interacting with a variety of newsmakers Wrote clear, concise, and conversational news scripts, and voiced and edited them using Adobe Audition Social Media Intern: Independent Actors Theatre.; Columbia, MO February 2011 Managed social media for the Independent Actors Theatre including the Facebook, Twitter, and Wordpress accounts Increased interactivity between Independent Actors Theatre and the community at large to build brand recognition Reporter: Artemisa Noticias; Buenos Aires, Argentina May 2011 July 2011 Attended and reported on the Buenos Aires art and theatre scene by writing published theatre reviews Conducted interviews in Spanish with Argentine theatre patrons as well as actors and artists and activists Literacy Coach: Carver Learning Systems; Columbia, Missouri August 2011-December 2012 Developed and implemented interactive reading and vocabulary curriculum for students age 8-11. Facilitated online reading exams at the Columbia Public Library. Regularly communicated with students and parents about student progress and program dates.


President, Alpha Psi Omega, University of Missouris Honors Theatre Fraternity January 2010 May 2011 Organized and executed Cabaret and Gala events which included scheduling and holding auditions, directing dress rehearsals, writing the program scripts and stage managing performances Coordinated and provided tutoring for students taking Script Analysis; engaging in dialogue about relevant texts Initiated and executed Wear Your Grey on Opening Day t-shirt campaign and fundraiser Maintained presidential duties such as coordinating meetings, initiation ceremonies, fundraisers, opening night receptions, APO picnics, APO bowling, APO caroling, and the yearly Eat, Meet, and Greet Organized the Mizzou Spotlight Workshop which provided faculty-led acting classes for local high school students Managing Director, Larry Clark Actors Workshop, University of Missouri August 2011 present Coordinated a variety of acting and theatre workshops for students as a supplement to classroom learning Troubling Violence Performance Project, University of Missouri September 2009 present Performed monologues for campus organizations and classrooms to inform students on prevalent issues concerning violence against women Relay for Life Committee Chair, Entertainment, University of Missouri August 2009 present Scheduled 12 hours of entertainment programming for MUs largest fundraiser, Relay for Life, including a DJ, Comedy Wars, rock bands, Zumba, multiple dance teams, and acapella choirs Coordinated logistics with other Relay for Life activities and assisted in creating the master schedule of activities Fundraised through canning and soliciting private donations for the American Cancer Society

Deans List 7 out of 7 semesters Smr J & V Sutherland Scholarship Tom Berenger Acting Scholarship Luverne Walton Scholarship