Influencer Marketing and Community
The Influencer Marketing and Community team oversees anything and everything influencer-related at Her Campus Media. We work to grow and manage our robust community of millennial and Gen Z content creators - the InfluenceHer Collective - by discovering new influencers and planning fun benefits we can offer our members.
Deeply integrated in the Her Campus team, the Influencer Marketing and Community team touches almost every other department. We collaborate with the Business Development and Integrated Marketing teams to put influencers in touch with their favorite brands, swap insights on community-building with the Campus Community department, and collaborate with the Social and Editorial teams to feature IHC members in Her Campus content.
Our small but mighty team shares an appreciation for a good IG caption, the HC office dogs, and a motivational quote to get us through the day.
Our team is:
On our team, the community we serve comes first. Whenever we're thinking of a new project or idea, we question if it will bring value to the people we work with.
The influencer space is constantly changing (there wasn't even a word for it a few years ago!), so we stay on our toes. We're constantly seeking new insights and adapting to trends as they arise.
Transparent and open-minded
We share information openly and encourage team members to share their thoughts and ideas to create a collaborative, open-minded environment.
Get To Know Us
Visit influencehercollective.com and @InfluenceHerCollective on Instagram to learn more about the influencer community we've built and how we collaborate with brand partners and the rest of the Her Campus team. Check out our team members on Instagram at @mshuffleton and @sophiahyliu.
Join the Team
Are you often scouring Instagram for new people to follow? Spend your free time watching beauty gurus on YouTube? Do you test out a new IG Story feature as soon as it hits? Then you may have the passion to kick off a career in the influencer space.
We’re always hiring for sharp, creative interns and have full-time positions open from time to time. The only downside is that you won't be able to explain your job to your grandparents ;)