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Communication News

Date: Sep 2020

Jaclyn May work anniversarySU BizComm graduate Jaclyn May celebrated her two-year anniversary at Kenneth Clark Company, located in Columbia, MD. As the marketing communication specialist for the company, May is responsible for promoting and marketing the company's role of handling all sizes of shipments from a single pallet to super loads. The company's network of carriers allows them to service the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Congratulations, Jaclyn! And best of luck as you continue to grow in your role!

Danny Williams NFLCongratulations to Business Communication graduate Danny Williams, former Mustang quarterback, on his new role at the Kansas City Chiefs as the assistant to the head coach. With Danny's love of football and understanding of the game, this is a well-deserved promotion. Congratulations, Danny, and good luck this season!

Congratulations to Business Communication graduate Adrianna Kamosa, whose paintings are now on exhibit in Corpus Christi, Texas, according to a lovely Facebook post!

Adrianna Kamosa exhibits her artwork

Brittany WhitleyStevenson Business Communication major and women's basketball senior forward Brittany Whitley was fortunate to grab a Ballpark Operations Internship with the Baltimore Orioles in January, 2020. According to GoMustangSports.com, "A simple search on Teamwork Online led her to the opportunity to work with the professional baseball team." The senior was one of several featured in an article on Stevenson's athletics website.

Even during her basketball season, Whitley was going to the ballpark three to four times a week preparing for the 2020 baseball season. However, because of changes wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, her duties switched to meeting with the ballpark operations team virtually three to four times a week.

The senior hopes to begin a career in sports PR and communications after she graduates. She told GoMustangSports.com, “Helping athletes or even teams/organizations with public awareness or statements or marketing through social media is definitely a place I want to be a part of... I think what goes on behind the scenes to create a successful game day is so exciting and I know I want to be a part of that magic.”

The senior was thrilled with her internship, noting that it solidified her decision to work in sports. Though COVID-19 ended her internship, she still believes the hands-on experience leading up to MLB Opening Day was invaluable.
 
 
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