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Bridget Lowell Discusses Academic and Professional Background

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  • Date Added : 9/21/2014
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Bridget Lowell

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  • female
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  • 1974 (Age: 48 years old)
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Bridget Lowell is Vice President of Strategic Communications and Outreach at Urban Institute.

With more than 15 years as a communications strategist, spokesperson, and on-air reporter, her experience spans the nonprofit and private sectors, Capitol Hill, and the media industry. Before joining the Institute, she served as director of strategic communications at Change.org, the world's fastest-growing digital platform for social change. She held the same position at The Nature Conservancy, a global nonprofit with 3,800 employees across three dozen countries. Lowell is known for her success in revamping organizational message architecture, executing complex communications plans, and expanding media coverage.

From 2001 to 2006, Lowell was communications director for U.S. Representative David Price. She also worked as an on-air reporter at the ABC affiliate in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She got her start as an on-air reporter and producer for the Regional News Network, a cable news channel in Kingston, New York.

Bridget Lowell is a graduate of Cornell University.

Hi. I'm Bridget Lowell. I currently work at the Urban Institute which is a non-profit research organization, think-tank, in Washington, D.C.. But when I was in your position, I was a COM major and my life's ambition at that point was to be a reporter. And it was everything I ever wanted. I had ...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 15 of 18 Bridget Lowell Discusses Deciding to Change Jobs
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Video 16 of 18 Bridget Lowell Discusses Internships And Experience While An Undergraduate Student
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Video 17 of 18 Bridget Lowell Discusses Obtaining Jobs Through Coffee
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