My objective is to achieve a reputed Senior Public Relations Manager position with Amazon.
I am a creative, passionate, and adaptable graduate with an esteemed collegiate background in Public Relations and Advertising.
I consider myself highly committed and responsible. I have an excellent attention to detail due to wide-ranging research in all aspects of social media. Moreover, I put forward an old-fashioned work ethic, as well as prioritization. I also have a drive to see the task through to its completion.
I pride myself on an ability to maintain focus in any professional environment, no matter the pressure or deadline situation.
I appreciate a challenge and meet it head-on. I am proficient in completing multiple tasks and thrive in a competitive atmosphere.
My leadership skills were evident by my induction into East Tennessee State University's Leadership House program, and as a Preview and Orientation Leader for ETSU.
"I am confident that he will devote himself to a position in your organization with a high degree of diligence." - Dr. Jack A. Parton, Director of Schools, Sevier County School System.
"Mr. Kincaid is creative, curious, and someone who works well both autonomously as well as in a team environment." - Stephen W. Marshall, P.h.D.
Aug 2004 - Dec 2009
Bachelor of Arts
East Tennessee State University
Sep 2009 - Dec 2009
At Tombras, I planned and developed press releases, as well as print, television and outdoor ads for highly respected clients across the state.
I was involved with strategy sessions alongside a diverse and creative group of professionals.
In addition, I assisted in writing brochures, bulletins and articles for various travel agencies.
May 2009 - Aug 2009
International Reading Association
For the International Reading Association, I organized the Southeast Regional media presentations, including press releases, postcards to IRA members, posters for guest speaker presentations and agenda/menu cards for luncheons and dinners.
I created the Southeastern Conference program alongside IRA employees.
I also worked on the same activities for the 44th Annual Tennessee Reading Association State Conference in Murfreesboro, TN, held six weeks later.