Felice Trirogoff is a senior communications specialist at AIR. Her primary responsibilities include planning, developing, executing, and monitoring strategic communication plans; developing and implementing content for social media calendars; reviewing, editing, proofreading, and writing deliverables and public information materials. Trirogoff also has work experience with disability research; education systems; juvenile and restorative justice, knowledge translation, public health systems and support; refugee resettlement; school safety, youth development and supportive learning environments; and secondary education, college and careers.
Trirogoff's previous work experience includes creating and distributing compelling and persuasive communications content for Stand for Children – Texas as the marketing and communications director as well as planning, coordinating, and executing educator conferences as a program manager for the Texas Education Agency. She developed and implemented social marketing campaigns to support the organization’s messaging and promotional efforts in both positions. She is a former high school English teacher with the School District of Philadelphia through the Teach for America program.
M.P.Aff., Public Affairs, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin; M.A., Advertising and B.S., Public Relations, University of Texas at Austin