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Public Relations, Marketing, Advertising, Fashion, Photography, Computers


Currently, my main objective is to graduate on time from Washington State with a major in public relations, and a minor in psychology.

After, I hope to find an entry level position at any Public Relations or Advertising firm in Seattle or Los Angeles, but am very open to traveling anywhere.

Speaking of which, I dream to eventually see and experience the entire world - but especially India, Morocco, Greece, Rome, and Paris.

A Vegas VIP


"Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some hire public relations officers" - Daniel J. Boorstin. I'm Jenny, a Senior at WSU, and I dig Public Relations - it's my major, afterall. Currently, I'm at the basic level of my career as an Intern - but I feel as though the world is at my feet, and I'm ready to absorb as much information the field and my coworkers have to offer. Someday, I dream to rise to the top as a PR practitioner extraordinaire.

Work experience

May 2010Present


Dave Syferd & Partners
-Press coverage tracking and organization for clients -Build media lists and editorial calendars -Create press releases, media advisories, pitches, and news updates -Provide background research on current clients, current clients’ competitors and potential clients
Mar 2005Aug 2009

Shift Supervisor

Quiznos Subs
This was my first job ever, and I got it when I was 15 years old. Working there for almost four years, I eventually progressed to Shift Supervisor, and led a staff of 15. I learned time management, how to give constructive criticism, trained and oversaw progress of new employees, conducted opening and closing needs, arranged work schedules, balanced daily register receipts and sales, and was recognized by franchise for outstanding customer service.
Aug 2006Aug 2008


Eastlake High School Wolves Youth Camp
I worked at this camp for three years consecutively, and was in charge of 25 girls who worked there. I was responsible for communication between counselors and parents, developing lesson plans for each day of the week, instructing counselors on proper teaching methods, facilitating breaks during the 5 hour day, and creating advertisements about the event.



Public Relations

Washington State University