Business Communication News
Business Communication alum Morgan Buckingham has let us know that she started a new journey as the marketing coordinator for Federal Realty Investment Trust in November. She writes, "My project or main property is THE AVENUE at White Marsh. I work with the marketing manager, promoting THE AVENUE and our tenants on Facebook and Instagram. We also have a handful of events throughout the year that I help plan and organize. All our events are free and open to the public, and so far it has been an extremely rewarding experience." Congratulations, Morgan, on this exciting new career step! At left, she is shown during her internship at Stevenson University with John Buettner, the AVP of digital communications.
BizComm grad Nicolette Stoner, who currently works for the Philadelphia Eagles, is leaving that job to accept a position as the Foundation and Community Relations Coordinator for the Philadelphia Union, a Major League Soccer team. She writes, "I just wanted to thank you for teaching me all that I need to know about interviews, communication, and NETWORKING! Once again, networking has gotten me a job! Many of the people I have worked with at the Eagles know people at the Union, and they were great references for me to use during the interview process."
Congratulations, Nicolette, on this exciting new venture. We know that your time as a member of Mustang soccer at SU will give you a great start with the Union.
Congratulations to SU BizComm alum Alex Parker, who has just landed a dream job with the Baltimore Orioles. Alex writes:
I am the Partnership Marketing Coordinator for the Baltimore Orioles. As a coordinator in the Corporate Partnerships department, my primary role is to serve as a liaison between the Orioles front office and their corporate sponsors. I am currently involved with 30 accounts, varying from partners such as Miller Coors, Southwest Airlines, and CareFirst. I also write/edit/create contract summaries, proposals, blueprints, season recaps etc. for Orioles partners. ...Click here to read more.