Media Relations

Starting out as a journalist while studying public relations provided great benefits on both sides of media relations that have allowed me to work on successful media relations projects including digital, social and print media on and behind the camera.

Auto Club Speedway launches book drive in conjunction with Lefty’s Track Day

Stonefire Grill raises $17,500 for United Way

United Way Kids Pack Program feeds hungry students

Compass Point provides training for leaders of color in the Inland Region of Southern California

Southern Miss Fund is granting Change


IEUW Emerging Leaders Networking Event

After a month-long series of social and professional etiquette workshops, this event gave students the opportunity to practice the skills used. I executed the workshops and event from ideation to execution including:

  • research

  • planning

  • program design

  • event scheduling

  • collaboration with vendors, instructors, the career center, campus dining, sponsors, marketing team, and young professionals

  • event coordination

  • evaluation

Read about the event here

IEUW 2018 Chamber Challenge

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IEUW Spirit Days | Employee Team Building Activities

After gaining approval from the President and CEO to implement "Spirit Days" to increase employee engagement during our monthly staff meeting I worked with the marketing and fund development departments to implement each of the themed days throughout the year. 

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IEUW 2017 Open House

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Recent Graduate Panel 

High School Art Competition 

After starting Southeastern Louisiana University’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America, this art competition was the first major event I planned from ideation to execution. Our chapter partnered with the Hammond Downtown Development District, who were preparing for their annual Art in April event and wanted to incorporate youth for the first time. Art in April was designed to celebrate local artist and businesses in Hammond, Louisiana. We infused youth through a two-part art competition inviting budding artists in Hammond and surrounding areas to submit art completed throughout the year and showcase their skills live in the 106 Art Gallery with the opportunity to have their art displayed. The event was a huge success and learning experience, from partnerships to press, public relations and all the components that make up a successful event.


TLR Magazine Feature


Educator's Conference Handouts 

Social Media 


Relay For Life 



Le Souvenir Yearbook Graduation Spread