Adrienne J. McCue hightlights her digital media, professionally, personally and entrepreneurial projects.
Adrienne J. McCue has worked in digital content and social media for over eight years. She has worked several years in some form of digital web content projects; implementing web site redesigns for associations, nonprofits, large corporations, startups and small businesses and micro sites within these corporations. McCue’s experiences have been in the role of web content marketing, producing diverse content, marketing campaigns, strategy, digital media, podcasts, SEO, training and web content management.
McCue’s most recent entrepreneurial projects included, overseeing an extensive two years human rights campaign. Five years managing online staff, creating marketing initiatives using digital content strategies, online advertising, pay per click (PPC) advertising and community partnerships; along with e-commerce such as search engine optimization, (SEO), email marketing, promotions, media kit, public relations (press releases, events and promotions via radio, giveaways and contests).
Advocacy Campaign – AJW Media/Bi Social Network: “I am Visible”
President Barack Obama invited McCue to the White House in June of 2011, for using digital content media as an advocacy medium for social change. In 2011, McCue was invited to the GLAAD National Media Institute for People of Color to promote diversity in media. McCue was invited as Key Note Speaker and preformed workshops at UC Davis University and St. Cloud State University on topics of human rights advocacy, entrepreneurship and using social media for diversity platforms.
McCue was interviewed on Chicago Progressive Talk Radio hosted by Stephanie Miller, featured in the Chicago Tribune (RedEye), Associated Press, Connextions Magazine, Windy City Times, The Bilerico Project, GLAAD Blog and Advocate.com.
In past positions, McCue was responsible for establishing partnerships between organizations in line with the company’s mission; such as Center on Halsted, Comedian Stephanie Miller, Chicago Gay Games Inc, Virgin Records, Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), MythGarden, and Zoom Vacations.
McCue landed media invitations with First Lady Michelle Obama, Dick Durbin, Bill Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden. Interviewed U.S. Representative from Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema, Thirty Seconds to Mars (featuring Jared Leto), Kathy Griffin, Hal Sparks, (Talk Soup, Queer as Folk) Phillip Bloch (Hollywood Elite Stylist), along with landing Alan Cumming (CBS’s The Good Wife, and Paul Fitzgerald (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, HBO’s Treme) for the “I am visible” campaign that promotes inclusion and human rights.
Adrienne McCue received her degree in communication design and minored in computers and deaf studies. She has 13 years of experience in technology and communications, eight plus years in digital content marketing and social media. McCue has lived in Japan for two years, loves science fiction, and spends her time improving her craft. She’s in the process of writing her first book and loves spending time with her husband and new puppy.