Feb 07 2010

About Cara Mazzei

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Writer and Blogger Cara Mazzei

Cara is a senior communications professional based in Hawaii sharing her views on current events and life.  She has over 15 years of communications and marketing experience both in-house and as an agency consultant having worked for a variety of organizations including nonprofit, political and organizing international sporting events. She has lived and worked in Atlanta, New York, Honolulu, Australia, and the Caribbean. She is able to quickly build relationships with a wide range of stakeholders utilizing a variety of communication channels from press releases to blogs. Cara is a strong writer with great digital photography skills and a keen interest in social media. She is available for consultancy work and projects. To preview some of Cara’s writing please click the following links listed below –

Article for Stand Up Paddling Magazine

Article for Pacific Paddler Magazine

Cara’s Work for the Honolulu Examiner

Cara’s Work for Haute Living Magazine

President Obama’s National Website Serve.Gov

An Op-ed Piece on the State of Women

National Organizing for America Website Post – Maya Soetoro-Ng

National Organizing for America Website Post – Sarah Palin

Blog Post on the Historic 2008 Election

(All original content and original photos are property of CM Group, LLC).


4 responses so far

4 Responses to “About Cara Mazzei”

  1. Kauai World Challengeon 18 May 2010 at 1:00 pm

    Thanks for covering the story about Maui’s shop in the OC paddler site. Did you do also do the article that appeared in this morning Garden Island? . . . well done

  2. caramon 19 May 2010 at 10:32 am

    Thank you I really appreciate that feedback. I did see the Garden Island story. I also posted a new blog post – please check it out. Aloha Cara

  3. Simone Perezon 25 May 2010 at 9:43 pm

    Aloha Cara,

    Mahalo for all of your great coverage on Hawaii’s events, people and culture. I love your dedication to the diversity of our great state. You are an incredible asset to the communications field worldwide.

    A Hui Hou,

  4. caramon 26 May 2010 at 10:09 am

    Thank you Ms. Perez, I appreciate your positive comments.

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