Dianna Fletcher, once in front of the camera, is now on the other side. From interviewing CEOs to preparing technology engineers for their on-camera moments, Dianna is an expert media trainer and interviewer.
Dianna founded Fletcher Media in 2003, after an award-winning career in television news. She spent 16 years as an anchor, reporter and producer for several U.S. network affiliates and received top honors from both the Associated Press and the Maine Association of Broadcasters for investigative reporting.
Dianna works globally, working directly with the international press representing clients throughout Europe and managing corporate communication teams throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia.
Jason Nelson has lived the American dream (at least for a New Englander): shooting video as the Boston Red Sox won their first World Series title in 86 years and in the end zone as the Patriots’ beat the Eagles in the 2005 Super Bowl.
But it’s not just sports that drive Jason: it’s people, anywhere and everywhere. From Seoul, South Korea to Knox City, Texas, Jason has worked with companies both large and small on all aspects of video production. The one common theme with Jason’s videos is storytelling.
Jason’s skills have landed him 2 Emmy’s and an Edward R Murrow Award. And, during his TV news career, Jason was honored by the Associated Press, the Maine Association of Broadcasters and the National Press Photographers Association. Jason was also selected as Regional Photographer of the Year (2004, 2005). For more of Jason’s work please visit his website: Black Fly Media.
Malorie studied media studies in Portland, Maine and received her master’s in 2010 in public and organizational relations while living in New Jersey. She has been working in the marketing/communications and PR industry for over seven years having supported the PR department at Fairchild Semiconductor and working as a PR account executive with a Portland ad agency where she managed multiple social media platforms and campaigns for clients.
Unsatisfied with the marketing and PR resources available to small, local businesses, Malorie set out on her own to create a budget friendly model to PR for small business. An avid writer, she finds calm in a flurry of tweets, posts and shares.
Malorie lives in Old Orchard Beach with her husband and young daughter. When she’s not crafting messages 140 characters or less, she is keeping up with her toddler and looking for the next ride to the beach. Her work can be found on her website, The Social Olive.