Nicole has spent her entire career at the intersection of digital communications and policy. Creative and analytical, her tenacious problem-solving skills and aptitude for storytelling are important assets that ensure SIGNAL matches the right message with the right audience for their clients.
Most recently, she served as Layalina Production’s Outreach Manager & Associate Producer, where she oversaw the organization’s digital profile and supported several documentary films from pre- to post-production, including distribution. Prior to Layalina, she worked on World Relief’s Advocacy & Policy team. In her role, she focused on launching and managing the Wage Peace campaign, which highlighted countries in the midst of conflict and pushed for stronger U.S. foreign policy toward complex humanitarian crises. Nicole began her career at New America, a non-partisan think tank, where she conducted data and policy analysis on digital trends in financial inclusion and managed her team’s strategic communications. She co-authored two papers, supported design and development for a website database, and has written for major outlets and blogs.
Nicole holds an MA in Intercultural Studies from Union University and has lived abroad in Amman, Jordan where she studied Arabic. She is a dog-loving foodie, always on the hunt for the best food spot or volunteering with a local rescue. Her greatest goal in life is to start her second career as a jet ski instructor in the Florida Keys… one day.