Jadyn Fenton is a junior journalism and mass communications student at Samford University. Her concentration is public relations with a double minor in general business and social entrepreneurship and nonprofit management. Outside of school, she loves to read and is passionate about baking. She hopes to work in PR for a nonprofit someday. You can connect with her on LinkedIn for further information and discussion.
Kassandra Cabral graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in public relations in May 2023. During her time at SDSU she participated in photography and writing for the Daily Aztec, was a blog contributor for PR Values, and managed the PR Values social media account. She has a passion for baseball and aspires to implement that passion in a career in sports PR. Connect with her on LinkedIn.
Annemarie Munoz is a senior at San Diego State University graduating with a degree in public relations from the school of Journalism and Media Studies in May 2022. In June 2020 she obtained her Associate of Arts in Communication and Language Arts degree from Grossmont Community College. She is a San Diego native passionate about PR with a purpose. After graduation, she will pursue a career in public relations and is excited about the journey ahead. Connect with her on LinkedIn.
Ivey Paulsen is from Salt Lake City, Utah. She is a public relations student at Brigham Young University, with a minor in design thinking and global women’s studies. She plans to pursue a career in fashion PR upon graduation.
Amanda Williams was a political media advisor in the Australian parliament before starting her own public relations agency, Yellowpanda, in 2016. She now specializes in personal branding for high ranking business leaders and executives and is an Australian thought leader on profiling and public perception.
Rachel Summers is a junior studying public relations at Brigham Young University. She plans to pursue nonprofit PR after she graduates. In her free time she enjoys quilting and spending time with husband Seth and cat Doug.
Emma Tracey is a public relations major at Brigham Young University. Currently, she works as a public relations intern at an e-commerce company in Salt Lake City.
Adam Kern studies public relations at The University of Alabama. He enjoys winter sports and similar outdoor hobbies. Merging career and personal passion is important to Adam. He aims to help ski resorts connect with a new generation of enthusiasts in coming decades.
Victoria Morris is a graduate from The University of Alabama with a degree in public relations and a minor in computing tech & applications. She lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, and works as a business analyst for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama. In her free time, she enjoys teaching fitness classes and creating DIY arts & crafts. Connect with her on LinkedIn.
Will Sedgwick is a public relations student at Brigham Young University. He has spent years as a sales manager for Greenix Holdings and has led trainings on public speaking and professionalism in the workplace.
Myreete is a lead of global business growth and development for Ketchum — providing strategic pitch counsel, creative storytelling, marketing development and C-suite organization for opportunities within a multimillion dollar pipeline. As a perpetual mentor, Myreete focuses on sales-minded personal and professional development for entry-level team members at Ketchum. Through her years in client service, Myreete wrote the media strategy and led IAT integration for National Safety Council’s 2018 Cannes Lion winning program “Prescribed to Death,” which garnered 2.5 billion impressions and distributed more than one million Warn Me labels to begin the end of the national opioid crisis. In 2016, Myreete was selected to be a Ketchum delegate for the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Internally, Myreete is a liaison for Ketchum’s corporate communications, marketing and recruitment team and was the regional awards program lead. Myreete is trained in brainstorm facilitation, certified in portrait and outdoor photography, and supports millennial research through Ketchum’s mindfire — named PR Product of the Year by the Holmes Report in 2012.
Jillian Kopp is a senior at San Diego State University studying public relations and communication. She is a San Diego native and is deeply passionate about the ocean. In her free time, she can be found walking her dog, trying new food and going to the beach. Connect with her on LinkedIn.
Alexis Hopper is a senior at San Diego State University graduating with a degree in public relations from the School of Journalism & Media Studies and a minor in English at San Diego State University in May 2020. Hopper has a lifetime passion for PR. In her free time, you can find her enjoying live music with friends or seeing the latest movie. After graduation, she will pursue a career in public relations at an agency and is excited for the journey ahead. Connect with her on LinkedIn.
Gillian Ponce is a senior at BYU studying public relations. She hopes to combine her love for Broadway with her digital marketing background. She’s often found listening to a Broadway musical and possibly baking.
Gabriel Wahl is a senior studying journalism and media studies with an emphasis in public relations at San Diego State University. He is an avid surfer, musician, weight-picker-upper and chef. He plans on serving his country in a public affairs position.
Colton Stock is a senior at Brigham Young University looking to work in the entertainment industry. Ever since he was a kid, he’s had a fascination with storytelling, and wants to use his skills to help brands tell their stories. A movie buff, he finds inspiration in the power of cinematic storytelling.
Caroline Richards is a junior studying public relations and civic engagement leadership at Brigham Young University. She loves playing her harp, bowling, spending time with her nieces and nephews, Diet Coke, baking and puns. Caroline hopes to work for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in its public affairs department after she graduates.
Kalicia Bateman is a student at Brigham Young University studying public relations. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, she enjoys music, writing, hiking and curating her personal meme collection.
Jenna Dalton is a junior studying public relations at Brigham Young University. In her free time, she enjoys playing water polo, going to concerts and painting.
Colin is a junior at Brigham Young University, studying public relations and nonprofit management. He has served on the BYU PRSSA board for two years as the vice president of publications. In addition to school and work, he started his blog “The Sharp Student” — sharing professional tips for pre-professionals.
When JoAnne isn’t busy on her quest for the planet’s best ice cream, she’s usually pondering how to become a real-life superhero. She studies public relations at Brigham Young University and dreams of a job publicizing fiction for young adult readers. She was raised on an Idaho farm and is pretty proficient at milking both cows and words.
Anna is a junior studying public relations at Brigham Young University. In her spare time, she enjoys eating chocolate in all forms and procrastinating her homework.
Maret Montanari is a junior public relations major at The University of Alabama. She serves as the assistant firm director and an account executive for Capstone Agency, a nationally affiliated, student-run communications firm at UA.
Baylee is an aspiring public relations professional with a newly attained degree in journalism, with an emphasis in public relations from San Diego State University (SDSU). Akins interned for Hotel del Coronado, consulted for Holland America-Line and led the campaign team’s publicity and messaging for the Public Relations Student Society of America 2017 Regional Conference at SDSU. Post-graduation, Akins is interning with Havas Formula, a mid-sized public relations agency in San Diego, and is excited to see where the business technology sector of public relations can take her.
Dr. Meg Lamme
Dr. Lamme, APR, is a professor of public relations at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, and a Plank Center Scholar. Building on 15 years of public relations experience in the corporate, nonprofit, and government sectors, her contributions to the academy include teaching public relations classes (among which was the launch of Platform Magazine in 2007), conducting research in the history of the field, serving as a faculty advisor to two PRSSA chapters, and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students in reaching their goals in research and in industry. She is the author or co-author of more than 35 academic publications, including two award-winning books and a monograph, which was recently translated into Spanish and published by Universitat Oberta de Catalunya Press, Barcelona. She serves on the editorial boards of the Women in American Political History Book Series, Lexington Press, and the American Journalism Historians Association, and she is a member of the board of directors of the School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe. She has been Accredited in Public Relations since 2001.
Fallon is a sophomore mass communication major, concentrating in public relations, at Loyola University New Orleans. Fallon is the membership director of Loyola’s PRSSA chapter, an ambassador for Loyola’s School of Mass Communication, and is the chairwoman for the School of Mass Communication Leadership Council. As a member of Loyola’s SGA and a campus ambassador, Fallon’s passion for leadership is arguably her most outstanding characteristic. Fallon’s favorite aspects of mass communication are media relations, content creation and digital communication.
I’m Lauren Williams, a senior at The University of Alabama. I am a double major in hospitality management and public relations, with a specialization in digital communication management. I am involved with the Public Relations Student Society of America, Kappa Tau Alpha (communications honor society), and Honors College; I also work on two Capstone Agency client accounts, as well as serve as assistant director of media relations.