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Business Communication professors Stephanie Verni and Chip Rouse attended "Unscripted," a book talk by noted author and journalist Mitch Albom, at Towson University on Oct. 10, 2018. The event, sponsored by the Baltimore Sun Media Group, drew a sold-out crowd, and who should greet the faculty members as they arrived other than BizComm alum Alaina Maracotta, who is one of the event planners for the Baltimore Sun. The two professors not only got to spend some time catching up with Alaina, but also received a signed copy of Albom's new book, "The Next Person You Meet in Heaven," a sequel to his best-seller, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven."

Business Communication alumni Anthony Fitzgerald and Chris Warren joined some of their teammates Oct. 7 at the SU football game for a photo and reunion. Brought together by their former coach, Stevenson's AD Brett Adams, the group reconnected with Business Communication professor Chip Rouse as well.

Fitzgerald works for the federal government at Social Security and coaches high school basketball at Poly, and Warren works on the creative side for UnderArmour.

Business Communication alum Caroline Izzi, who works for Tenable, Inc. Careers, was sent by her employer to Houston to coordinate social media at the Grace Hopper Celebration #GHC18, the world's largest gathering of women technologists.

Caroline writes on Facebook, "Over the past four months, I have been given hands-on opportunities to share the #OneTenable story, like designing these teal giveaway shirts for #girlswhocode! Tenable truly leads the industry with a people-focused mentality."

Keep up the great work, Caroline! You make us proud!

Business Communication alum Dominic Acosta (center) returned to his Alma Mater on Sept. 24, 2018 to participate in the university's annual Accounting Fair. As a marketing specialist for Bethesda-area Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs, Dominic is responsible for the 36-year-old full-service firm's public relations and marketing efforts. Previously, Dominic worked as a brand manager and event operations associate for Elite Tournaments in Columbia, Md. (Photo from the Brown School of Business and Leadership's blog)

Business Communication graduate Brendan Reynolds reached out to the department with an update on his career. He writes,"I started my job as a web producer at WDVM-TV in Hagerstown, Maryland. I do the same work we did when taking care of The Villager's website, editing articles and publishing them online. In my downtime, the reporters and producers here have been teaching me the ins and outs of television journalism. The news director has promised to move me into a reporter position soon; however, he wants to find a replacement web producer before moving me."  Brendan served as co-editor-in-chief of The Villager when he was a student.

 

He notes that anyone who is looking for an entry-level job at a news station, an overnight producer position is available, working 12:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. and a web producer position is open as well.