Susan Hartmann

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Susan Hartmann

As Director of Communications for Vision Maker Media, Susan serves as the liaison between producers, vendors and the organization. She manages the details of each marketing project, DVD authoring, and creative service—ensuring that deadlines, budgets and technical specifications are met while projects move from concept to completion. Susan graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a master's degree in journalism and business marketing. 
 

She is a current member of the American Marketing Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, chapter. She has held leadership roles in the International Association of Business Communicators, Lincoln, Nebraska chapter. Prior to joining Vision Maker Media, Susan worked as a communication specialist team leader for the Nebraska Forest Service, was a secondary education teacher of journalism/publications and English for a public school system, was a communications and marketing director for a Nebraska-grown for-profit company, and worked in state government and non-profits in Lincoln, Nebraska.


Susan has experience in social media, website maintenance, media relations, marketing, public information, public relations and curriculum development. She is proficient in Creative Cloud InDesign and Photoshop and has created large publications for a variety of organizations. She also has expertise in education, agriculture, economic development, transportation and drug and alcohol testing. 

Job Title: 
Director of Communications
Recent posts: 

Blog Series:

The article “Diabetes is a Killer” was recently covered by NativeNewsNetwork.com. The article discusses how walkers of the Longest Walk 3 entered Washington, D.C. on Friday morning. The walkers formed a circle in front of the White House and held a water blessing ceremony—to represent the unity of people everywhere. Following the White House, the walkers made a brief stop at the Smithsonian Institute’s Museum of the American Indian and the National Mall.

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Stations

Lake of Betrayal looks at the Seneca Nation’s fight to protect its sovereignty against a backdrop of a federal Indian Termination policy, pork-barre

Filmmakers


• Five Native Documentaries on Special for October
• Fallout from Spectrum Auction Affects Native-Owned Station
• New Films for Native American Heritage Month
• Because of You... l
• New Viewer Discussion Guide: On a Knife Edge
• Veterans' Day Special - Free viewings: Nov. 9-12 on VMM YouTube Channel
• Best Practices for Checking Facts in Your Documentary
• 53rd Chicago International Film Festival
• NAJA Elects 3 New Board Members, Selects 2017-2018 Committee/br>
• Native American Music Awards
• Find Us On the Road
• Filmmaker Opportunities
• Upcoming Film Screenings