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Nancy Coltun Webster

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A HIGH-PRIORITY GOAL OF AMERICA'S LEADING ADVERTISERS IS WINNING OVER A RAINBOW OF CULTURES; BUT METHODS TO REACH THE GENERAL AND ETHNIC MARKET ARE TROUBLESOME, AND EMOTIONS RUN HIGH OVER HOW BUDGETS ARE DIRECTED

Corporate america, long lambasted as impossible to move as concrete with regard to ethnic America, now seems prepared, even eager, to reach out. In some ways, it's a case of the more things change, the more they stay the same. Walt Disney Co. this month aired a new version of Cinderella -- the classic thorn in the feminists' side -- during its Sunday night "Wonderful World of Disney."
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About

Nancy Coltun Webster is a professional journalist and graphic designer from the Chicago metropolitan area. Most recently, she has been writing local features and taking photos for the Post-Tribune.
Nancy works as a digital assets content manager, writing and editing copy and customizing web graphics. Past clients include non-profit organizations -- the Jewish Federation of Northwest Indiana and Esophageal Cancer Action Network. Nancy also was Deputy Special Reports Editor for Advertising Age in Chicago from 1998 to 2001.

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Skills

  • Team Leader
  • Project Management
  • Writing
  • Editing
  • Graphic Design
  • InDesign
  • Photoshop
  • HTML
  • WordPress