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The College Nest

The College Nest is a start-up company founded by a Temple Alumni and a Bloomsburg Alumni. The two wanted to start a company that helped students easily find student off-campus housing around their college campus. The College Nest launched in November 2012 on Temple University’s campus and is currently looking to expand to more college campuses. Their goal is to build the gap between property managers, landlords, property owners and students to provide everyone with the ultimate way for searching and comparing housing options between multiple property management companies on one central medium.

The College Nest needed a new look that displayed their properties in an organized manner. With their vision to expand to multiple campuses, they also needed a new site design that allowed for landing pages per college. This site is an ongoing project, in which I now hold a more significant role in the company and not just as their web developer. To find out more about The College Nest, please visit our website. To invest in the company, check out our post



BuildaBridge is a nonprofit arts education and intervention organization that engages the transformative power of the arts to bring hope and healing to children, families and communities in the tough places of the world. BuildaBridge spans barriers of race, class, faith and culture to promote holistic personal, family and community development. Committed to principles of love, compassion, justice, reconciliation and service to others, BuildaBridge motivates, enlists, trains and connects those with artistic gifts with those in greatest need. BuildaBridge offers unique programs featuring cross-cultural perspectives and arts-integrated approaches that are child-centered, trauma-informed and hope-infused.

With the help of PhillyGiveCamp3, Buildabridge was looking for a brand new site design. They wanted a clean and organized site and a new web platform that was easier to use and maintain. In two days, our team of 4 people rebuilt and restructured the Buildabridge website, transferring all of their content from Joombla to WordPress.


Fox Board Fellows

Fox Board Fellows (FBF) is building the next generation of business leaders who are dedicated to strengthening the Philadelphia community. A partnership between Fox Net Impact and the Fox Management Consulting (FoxMC), this initiative places Fox MBA students on the boards of directors of Philadelphia-area nonprofit organizations as non-voting members for an academic year.

This project was brought to me through my senior year internship. Working with Fox Management Consulting, a sub-program that is co-run by Fox Net Impact and Fox Management Consulting, needed a brand new website to give their program the web presence it needed to compete with other MBA programs. Fox Board Fellows started at Temple University in the spring semester of 2011. In the matter of two years the program had doubled its size and could see themselves in comparison to more established programs at schools like NYU and Northwestern. With complete creative and content control, Fox Board Fellows was one of my first major project while working at Fox Management Consulting.


Idea Marketplace

In the idea marketplace, the value of the Fox Brand is closely tied to the research and engagement activities of our faculty. At time, faculty work in the real of the hypothetiical and abstract. The value of this is inherent in the academic world, but the impact on society can be misunderstood. In the Fox School, we connect our research to the impact it has on business societ, and we support the flow of ideas from scholar to business practioner and the large marketplace.

This online publication in the Research department at the Fox School of Business posts new ideas, news, and/or work done by professors and researchers within the Fox School of Business on new and innovative topics in the world. This project was brought to me while working in the Fox Web Development Office. While still under the Fox Brand, they wanted this site to be very simple and clean. With full creative control, I was able to organize the articles to the liking of the department. The other features of the topics image carousel and dropdown menus make it easier for readers to search for articles.

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