2 March, 2019

Behind The Newbie: Social Media & Blog Manager Hana

According to the report of Statistiska centralbyrån published in 2018 “There are more foreign-born women than men in Sweden”*. In this blog post series, you will get to know the team behind The Newbie Guide to Sweden. The platform unites and helps newbies in their new journey in Sweden, particularly female expats.

Meet Hana, our social media and blogging manager for Arabic section, in Q&A sharing her role, experiences and goals.

What do you do at The Newbie Guide to Sweden? 

Creating and developing engaging visual content for our Arabic Facebook page, as well as translating blog posts and proofreading. Occasionally, I take part in designing visual content and teasers for social media campaigns.

How many years’ experience in the field? 

Around a year as Social Media Content Creator.

What have you learned during the Newbie journey as a team member? 

I’ve learned how to create amazing designs in contention with the brand’s identity. Learned how to observe social media trends, algorithm changes and all behind the scenes’ work. Engaging with our audience and listening to all requests and suggestions.

What do you like to do in your spare time? 

I love to learn about new cultures and languages through reading or listening to audiobooks. When I need to refresh my mind I like to play jigsaw puzzles and do brief meditation.

What’s your top goal for 2019? 

Knowledge is endless, therefore I strive to broaden my skills in multiple fields.

What do you think drives you? 

Books, TV dramas or movies that have a good story behind them trigger my creativity.

Find out further details on Hana’s skills and accomplishments on her linkedIn

Checkout more interviews about the Newbie Fabulous team here.

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Hi! My name is Hana living in Sweden for two years. I'm specialist in English literature, currently studying World literatures and Literary Criticism. I have big interest in civilisations, Drama, and Korean language