Carnegie Mellon University

Digital Strategy

The Digital Strategy team is responsible for building a cohesive brand online, including the design and development of the core website.

The team works closely with the university's Computing Services to offer a central content management system (CMS) and design templates that can be used by units across the institution.

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Amanda Berneburg

Interim Managing Director of Marketing
Senior Director, Digital Strategy

Amanda oversees large and small website projects, from redesigns to specialized micro-sites. Prior to joining CMU, she worked at a public relations firm in Pittsburgh, where she supported a variety of clients including law firms, non-profits, and the manufacturers of Heinz ketchup. She received a bachelor’s degree in public relations from Westminster College. At home with her family, Amanda spends her time playing outside and blowing bubbles.
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Amber Becker

Senior Digital Project Manager

Amber spearheads project management for the digital strategy team. Fueled by coffee and happy developers, she believes in the power of well-planned projects achieved through active communication, supportive education, clear workflows and progressive technology. She has a degree in public relations from Penn State and previously worked in the digital division of a regional retail brand, as well as an Internet marketing agency. When taking a breather from wrangling run-away processes, she’s likely to be knitting up a storm, racing off on weekend road trips with her husband or reading a classic novel.

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Steve Chabassol

User Interface Designer & Developer

Steve produces the university’s web design standards, designs the content management system templates and helps to maintain He has an associate’s degree in multimedia from Pittsburgh Technical College and a bachelor’s degree in creative writing and music technology from CMU. Steve is a multi-genre music artist and poet, loves Jesus, and lives near campus with his wife, children and pit bull.

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Greg Gillotti

Technical Program Manager

Greg manages the development team and provides direction for technical projects in digital strategy. Coming from the world of consultancy and agency work, Greg has experience in designing and developing applications and websites for many industries, but especially higher education. In his free time, Greg writes, directs and performs comedy and, when the reviews are bad, retreats to the hills to hike.



Alexis Morrell

Digital Content Specialist

Alexis divides her time between the Digital Content Strategy team and the College of Fine Arts, consulting with teams and website owners to build, iterate upon and think strategically about their websites and digital platforms. She also lends user experience expertise to support development work. Alexis has a B.A. of biology from West Virginia University and an M.A. of professional & technical writing from Carnegie Mellon University. Alexis appreciates time spent with her cats, Sasha and Quinn, and especially the time spent with her partner, Caleb.