Curriculum Vitae

KRISTEN DALY

kristen.daly@ucdenver.edu, www.kristendaly.com

EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO ANSCHUTZ MEDICAL CAMPUS Colorado

Master in Public Health Candidate, expected December 2016

Concentrations - Global Health and Community and Behavioral Health

Related Coursework: Program Planning/Implementation; Community Health Assessment; Foundations of Health Behavior; Methods in Research and Evaluation

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM New York

Ph.D in Communications, received May 2008

Dissertation: “Cinema 3.0: How Digital and Computer Technologies are Changing Cinema”

STANFORD UNIVERSITY California

M.S. and B.S. Mathematics, received June 1996

WORK EXPERIENCE

Healthy Boulder Kids – Boulder Sugar Sweetened Beverage Excise Tax Initiative 2016

Coalition Member

Developed strategy and communications for petition and ballot initiative campaign

Presented at council meetings, wrote LTEs, canvased, call-banked and recruited for city council meetings and campaign media and events

Boulder County Public Health 2015 -2016

Volunteer

Strategic Initiatives Division – Researched community engagement best practices, processed literature and conducted interviews on Latinos in Boulder County, collaborated on an all-staff presentation on racism

Communicable Disease Division – Co-developed a targeted social media campaign for 2015 HIV testing event, evaluated the campaign, presented findings in the form of a report to BCPH HIV/STI, CDPHE and Boulder County AIDS Project

Ciné Institute – College Training School in AV/Film Production in Jacmel, Haiti 2007-2010

Development Volunteer

Researched companies and foundations as potential donors for the film festival, traveling festival and educational workshops

Developed potential supporters through social networking media and connections with international programs pursuing similar goals

Witness – Human rights video advocacy NGO 2000 - 2002

Wrote press releases and handbooks to accompany film screenings

Aided international partner groups with the production of videos

Group One Trading – Proprietary trading firm on the American Stock Exchange 1996-2000

SKILLS

Foreign Language: Fluent in French, beginner Spanish and Italian

Computer: SAS, Epi Info, Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Final Cut Pro

PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS

Health Worker Acceptability of a mHealth Solution for PMTCT in Tanzania,” co-authored with Deb Thomas, Sheana Bull, Elias C. Nyanza, and Sospatro E. Ngallaba, Under Review.

Chapter “Avant-garde Goes Digital: A Study of Funding for Digital Video Art and Experimental Filmmaking in the United States,” in Public Funding for Film. Challenges – Purposes – International Cases, edited by Paul Murschetz &Roland Teichmann, forthcoming from Springer Verlag, 2017.

Chapter “Health as Social Media,” in The New World of Transitioned Media, edited by Gali Einav, published by Springer, October 2014.

“Cinema 3.0: the Interactive-Image” Cinema Journal, 50, Number 1, Fall 2010

Chapter “How Cinema is Digital,” in Transitioned Media: A Turning Point Into the Digital Realm, edited by Gali Einav, published by Springer, August 6, 2010.

“New Mode of Cinema: How Digital and Computer Technologies are Changing Aesthetics and

Style,” Kinephanos, Issue 1. www.kinephanos.ca

“Remediating War in Iraq,” Peace Review, 21:2, 171-181.

“The Dissipating Aura of Cinema,” Transformations Journal, issue 15 Walter Benjamin and the Virtual.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“Can a Targeted Social Media Campaign Reach High Risk Individuals for HIV Testing in Boulder County?,” APHA 2016 Annual Meeting & Expo, Denver, CO, November 2, 2016.

Health Worker Acceptability of a mHealth Solution for PMTCT in Tanzania,” Global Health Symposium, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO, October 14, 2016.

“Health as a Social Media,” Medicine X, Stanford University, Stanford, CA September 25-27, 2015.

“How Cinema is Digital,” What is Film? Change and Continuity in the 21st Century, School of Journalism and Communication, University of Oregon, Portland, OR, November 6-7, 2009.

“Radical Potential: How New Technology and Increased Digital Literacy Is Changing Communication with Moving Images,” Media in Transition 6: Stone and Papyrus, Storage and Transmission Conference, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, April 24-26, 2009.

“Remediations of Violence,” Imaging War: Intergenerational Perspectives, European Science Foundation, Vadstena, Sweden, September 4-7, 2008.

“Manipulability and the Aura of the Cinematic Art Object,” Critical Themes in Media Studies, Seventh Annual Conference, New School, New York, April 21, 2007.