Pablo Colindres-Moreno has accepted the position of digital media assistant for the Communication Department at the Mid-America Union Conference.
He will, among other duties, assist the communication director with further increasing Mid-America’s online presence, including social media and original website content.
Previously, Colindres served as a workforce coordinator at the Nebraska Department of Labor, where he developed training materials as well as connected jobseekers with opportunities in education, training, and securing stable, well-paying jobs. He began blogging for OUTLOOK in April of this year.
“I’m excited to work in a communication department again,” said Colindres. “I hope my background in crisis communication, program implementation and media can be put to good use to educate and inform our consumer base.”
Colindres enjoys storytelling and listening to other’s stories, which is what led him to a career in communications. “I believe that every person is an incredible well of new and exciting ideas. No two people have the exact same experiences, and this makes every person incredibly important.” In the setting of our community which includes churches, professionals and schools, stories that highlight our diversity in unity are paramount to the vision Colindres has going forward.
Born in Guatemala and raised in Texas, Colindres graduated from Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in communication with an emphasis in journalism and a minor in international disaster management.
“We are excited to have someone of Pablo’s caliber join the MAUC communication team. He has a wide skill set with a deep love for his Savior and church,” said MAUC president Gary Thurber.