Christine Moline is the owner and principal wordsmith at Jane Doe Ink. For 14 years, she has served as a copywriter and editor for nonprofits, universities and communications agencies in New Orleans, Austin, Atlanta and D.C.
Christine’s career began in 1998 as a communications assistant for the YWCA of Greater New Orleans. Since then, she has contributed to public relations and content curation efforts for clients promoting education, community empowerment, and culture. With in-house experience at organizations reflecting the industries of her current clientele, she has gained insight into her collaborators' needs while developing messaging for marketing materials ranging from executive-level email correspondence to leadership training manuals for a multinational computer technology corporation. Christine has the ability to ask the right questions, conduct timely research, and network with appropriate parties to achieve the best possible solutions and products for clients.
Christine studied public relations at Loyola University in New Orleans and organizational communication at St. Edwards University. Christine’s work has been published in Austin Insider. She has been profiled in the internationally circulated Venus Zine and local publications including the Austin American-Statesman, Tribeza, and GivingCity Austin. Christine is a graduate of Leadership Austin Emerge and Power Pipeline, administered by the Foundation for Women’s Resources.
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