Work History

Work History
Jun 2011 - Present

Public Relations Intern

SkateWaco

Education

Education
Aug 2008 - May 2012

Bachelors

Baylor University

Objective

Professional in Communication and Promotion

Creative professional with a passion for spreading strong, quality messages about any product or service to any demographic.  Inspired by any challenge and can adapt to any situation, crisis, or plan.  Brings strong team ethics and leadership as well as creativity and communication that increases consumers and revenue.

Proven design skill that generates unique and effective advertisements including commercial creation for the Web.

Skills

Skills

SWOT Analysis development

Researched and noted the elements of a SWOT analysis for the Historic Waco Foundation.

Video Production

Created two commercials detailing SkateWaco.  These videos have been posted on Vimeo, Facebook and soon the website.

Social Media Adaptation

Proficient in Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn

Project Planning

Ø      HOT Soccer Association and Little League Party Project (Developed a database, created advertisements and distributed information to over 75 teams.) Ø      Central Texas School Reward Parties (Compiled a database containing all the middle and elementary schools in Central Texas.  Printed envelopes and letters and distributed them to the schools.) Ø      PR Campaign for the Historic Waco Foundation (Currently in progress.  My team and I are designing ads, planning events and writing press releases.)

Conducting Interviews

Interviewed United States Olympic Committee chairman of roller speed skating.

Advertisement and Graphic Design

Created advertisements for fundraisers and parties using InDesign.  Ads that are in season are posted on SkateWaco’s website.

Feature Story Writing

A story was placed in the Bellmead Bulletin newsletter.

Pitching and Message Distribution

Written three press releases that have been picked up by The Waco Tribune.

Press Releases

Compliments from reporters saying how clear and informative the writing was.

References

References

John Honning

Barbara Lucas

Marlene Neill