We Have Two New Team Members!
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We Have Two New Team Members!

By Abigail Jacobi, Partnerships Coordinator 22 Feb 2017
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RightsInfo is delighted to announce the appointment two new members of staff. 

Jem Collins and Jack Satchell join the RightsInfo team as Digital Content Creators, with expertise in journalism, filming, video editing, social media and digital analytics.

Jem and Jack join a growing team which now includes 25 volunteers and six staff.

Jem graduated with a BA (Hons) in Journalism from the University of Kent, and has since worked as a freelance journalist and editor for Metro.co.uk, The i Paper and Politics.co.uk, mainly covering politics and education. Jem will be our News and Social Media Editor, and with her experience in graphic design and video production, she is a brilliant all-round addition to the team.

Jack has a degree in Film Production from Staffordshire University and will be RightsInfo’s lead Video Creator. Jack’s short films have premiered at film festivals and his film ‘Ice Cream Man’ won a video of the week award from Awardeo.tv. He also has fantastic additional skills in analytics, having worked as a social media analyst at Kantar Media.

Yoav Segal, RightsInfo’s Creative Director said,

It’s extremely exciting for Jem and Jack to be joining the RightsInfo team. Jem brings a wealth of storytelling and social media expertise and Jack has great design and creative flare. We have big plans for 2017 and I can’t wait to get going with these fantastic content producers.

About The Author

Abigail Jacobi Partnerships Coordinator

Abigail is the Partnerships Coordinator at RightsInfo. She has an MA in Holocaust Studies and has worked on community outreach programmes with other charitable organisations. In her spare time, Abigail is a support worker for children with learning disabilities.

Abigail is the Partnerships Coordinator at RightsInfo. She has an MA in Holocaust Studies and has worked on community outreach programmes with other charitable organisations. In her spare time, Abigail is a support worker for children with learning disabilities.