Production Associate, Nina Reyes showed early promise when she won her Junior High school spelling bee - losing at the district level for misspelling 'dromedary' (thus her continued fear of even-toed ungulates). Nina establishes Social Media Marketing strategies for rayogram clients as well as expert user-interface coding.
Before rayogram, Nina served as an AmeriCorps VISTA at Project SHINE, a not-for-profit organization and service-learning program based out of Temple University, where she assisted in the recruitment and training of student volunteers to tutor elderly immigrants in the greater Philadelphia area. Her academic research focused on immigration, linguistics, identity, and social networks, culminating in a thesis paper titled, "Identity and Trust in Virtual Communities and Computer-Mediated Communication," an ethnographic study of her time as a moderator for an online Harry Potter fan community. She currently organizes as a racial justice activist and collaborates with the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership to advocate for a stronger on-campus network and resource center for students of color at her alma mater. Nina is also a member Ella's Daughters and volunteers her time with Hyphen magazine. Nina holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Kalamazoo College and a Master of Arts in Media Studies from The New School.