Matt Radcliffe

Matt Radcliffe

Digital Strategy Manager

(719) 502-2022 | Matt.Radcliffe@pikespeak.edu

Box C11, Centennial | A-212

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Background

My background info.

Professional Experience

Digital Strategy Manager, Pikes Peak State College — July 2017 to Present 

  • Serves as primary contact creating high-level strategy and tactics for various digital channels. 
  • Promotes the college through branding and marketing strategies.  
  • Leads Web Governance and Digital Accessibility Committees. 
  • Trains over 200 individuals in web editing and social media best practices.  
  • Manages and leads student employees and interns to complete website and social media projects. 
  • Collaborates with a diverse population of students, staff, faculty, and community members. 
  • Leads and executes content migration to new or different content management systems. 

Board Member, Springs Ensemble Theatre  — January 2015 to Present 

  • Serves as President and Treasurer of the organization. 
  • Manages and leads over 20 volunteer members to accomplish organizational objectives. 
  • Develops, maintains, and reports an organizational budget in excess of $50,000. 

Development Director, Colorado Springs PrideFest — July 2016 to July 2020

  • Serves as public liaison for the organization.
  • Helps plan and execute an annual event with over 25,000 public attendees including promotional, operational, and financial planning.
  • Creates and executes marketing plan.  

Marketing Assistant, TheatreWorks  (UCCS Work-study) — August 2014 to May 2017 

  • Worked with Executive Director, Artistic Director, and Development Director to create and execute strategic media plans for the organization.
  • Created a 40th anniversary book in a collaborative process that involved multiple sources of input and various approval levels from within and outside the organization.   

Graphic Designer, Colorado Springs Independent — April 2013 to May 2014 

  • Completed graphic design work in a fast-paced environment to meet weekly deadlines.
  • Worked with CEO and Editor-in-chief to plan and execute editorial and advertising design to meet strategic organizational objectives.  

Noncommissioned Military Police Officer, US Army — August 2004 to November 2011 

  • Managed and led approximately 40 soldiers working 24-hour rotating shifts. 
  • Planned and implemented programs designed for soldiers to meet army training requirements. 
  • Served two Iraq deployments, 2005-2007 and 2007-2009.

Honors & Awards

  • Currently serves as District Director for the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations, District 4.
  • 2019 Rising Star Award, National Council for Marketing & Public Relations District 4
  • Presented at National Association of College Auxiliary Services West Conference and virtual webinars.  
  • Olin Merit Scholarship
  • Daniels Fund Boundless Opportunity Scholarship
  • Professional Silver and Student Gold American Advertising Federation Awards
  • Bronze Star Medal, Army Commendation Medal (Valor)
  • Eagle Scout

Classes Taught

MGD 1056 - Emergent Media Practices.

This is a hybrid course I teach in the Spring. The course focuses on teaching basics of digital marketing strategy and media planning.

Professional Memberships

National Council for Marketing and Public Relations

Springs Ensemble Theatre