Sariful Islam

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Md. Sariful Islam is a communication expert with more than 8 years of professional experience including intense experience in the development field. With his Bachelor and Master Degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Dhaka University, Sariful also has in-depth experience in the field of Journalism.

 

Sariful is now working with ActionAid Bangladesh as a Deputy Manage, Communications. Previously, he worked with Care Bangladesh. Sariful also worked with many nationally reputed print and electronic media houses. The media houses include The Daily Samakal, Daily Amadershomoy, Ekushey Television and SA.TV (South Asian Television).

 

These practical experiences in the development field and media have made capable of exploring all the critical areas of communication including developing and implementing communication strategy, media relations, content development & dissemination and event management. Sariful has the skill of developing context wise communication and campaign strategies. He can produce creative content for different platforms and perspectives with the innovative channel. Besides these, Sariful has hands-on knowledge in Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Illustrator and other video editing & Designing software. He can produce the audio-visual product.

Deputy Manager, Communication
Bangladesh

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