Nolan Daniel C

Daniel C Nolan

Strategic Analyst and Creative Designer

Name:Daniel C Nolan
Address:Missouri, United States of America
Hey, I'm Daniel. I have an insatiable appetite for learning and I love adventure. More about me.
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Work Experience

Sep 2015 - present

Purdue University

Photography Consultant

• Make the client happy!
• Photograph events, sports, and activities
• Manage, edit, and produce exceptional final images
• Publish photographs remotely and share them via dropbox

Nov 2014 - Jul 2015

The Green Habit

Media Producer

• Develop socially engaging and informative content
• Manage content production and schedule
• Build and grow SEO
• Establish brand consistency and culture

Oct 2014 - Jul 2015


Strategic Analyst

• Work closely with team to develop go-to-market strategy
• Continually re-evaluate business and suggest improvements
• Organize and manage online collaboration tools
• Aid in design of user interface and user experience of software

Jan 2014 - May 2014

Great Harvest Bread Company

Business Consultant

• Determined current state of business
• Managed data collection and analysis
• Utilized available resources to explore growth potential
• Developed recommendations to grow the business

Jan 2013 - May 2014

Purdue University

Entrepreneurship Teaching Assistant

• Worked with students to help provide guidance, support, and advice
• Offered personal accounts and experience
• Managed grades and attendance

Sep 2011 - Aug 2014

Purdue Exponent

Senior Photographer

• Attend and photograph/video events on and nearby campus
• Interview and photograph individuals for stories
• Edit photos, write captions, organize images on servers
• Upload images to website, create slideshows and galleries

Jun 2005 - Aug 2013

CHAN Healthcare Auditors

Technology & Design Intern (summers)

• Worked with technology team to develop more effective software
• Built programs/applications to manage inventory and donations
• Updated software and hardware on machines to ready for field use
• Provided emergency technical support when serious issues arose