I provide local business service to companies across the nation and collaborate with colleagues and professionals in my network for the highest possible quality.
Food For Thought (FFT) is a group of Kansas State University students looking to bridge the gap between agriculture and consumers. As an Ambassador for Journalism & Mass Communications, I was part of a team to promote a speaker in Fall 2013. We created a poster, online promotional materials, attended the event and assisted press for articles. Created promotional posters, collaborated with PRSSA to develop a promotional campaign for an audience of over 600.
Speaker: Jude Capper
Upson Lecture Series
*I do not own the right to the photos or logo*
We provided The Brookville Hotel with a complete Marketing Campaign which included market research, S.W.O.T analysis, S.M.A.R.T. goals and an easy-to-implement plan with products provided.
172 surveys were distributed in Manhattan and Abilene which supported our evaluation and tactics. In March 2014 they had 673 Facebook Likes. In March 2018 they had 3,482 Facebook Likes.
Conducted 80 surveys, 20 interviews, benchmark 10 competitors. Provided the client with a complete marketing proposal and campaign which included field research, print, audio and recorded releases, optional logos and suggestions and a complete S.W.O.T analysis paired with S.M.A.R.T Goals and other easy-to-implement products. *I do not own the rights to the photos used*
Bailey Lauerman 2014 Internship. My intern team and I were responsible for debuting and executing an appearance for this non-profit organization at the College World Series. I was able to recruit and connect with a comedian & spokeswoman, Alex Borstein, who attended and helped raise funds for a successful day. We were able to meet the children our efforts were directly helping and our clients were very kind. I wrote press releases and pitch letters which were picked up by local media, a booth and stage time at the College World Series.
While interning with Bailey Lauerman, Ad Age's Small Agency of the Year 2013, I helped collaborate with my fellow interns as well as BL's leadership to strategize, conduct field research, writing and social media promotion for their new products.
While interning for Bailey Lauerman in 2014, Ad Age's Small Agency of the Year in 2013, I worked directly with leadership to research, organize and implement communications strategy for Blue Cross Blue Shield in Nebraska. My work helped outreach for clients and put organized systems into place.
Identified influencers and, as the account administrator, created media lists, utilized social media analytics and created social content calendars which performed 80 percent better than all previous content. At the conclusion of the internship I was asked to stay an additional month as a contractor.