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Profiles employees workingWrites Business Communication alum Grace Clark, who accepted a job at Profiles, Baltimore's premier public relations firm, even before her December 2018 graduation, “In 2019, I conducted meetings with clients, created strategic plans, assisted with crisis management, increased campaign results, wrote hundreds of social media posts, connected with community organizations, assisted with press conferences, coordinated and attended numerous TV segments, developed relationships with several local media, conducted photoshoots, among many other things. This year, I look forward to continuing my career at PROFILES and growing as a professional in the field. Cheers to 2020!”

Wow, Grace, you and your fellow BizComm alums (pictured, Bridget Forney Deise and Allison Winer) have had a wonderful busy year! (Photo from LinkedIn)

Rouse speaking at Commencement 2019Business Communication faculty member Chip Rouse took a moment at the winter 2019 Commencement to reflect with the graduates about their journey at Stevenson. She was offering the reflection by way of being the recipient of the first annual Christine Noya "Heart of Stevenson Award" in May, 2019. Rouse pointed out in her reflection that the students were well-equipped to deal with any challenges as they move away from Stevenson with qualities of curiosity, integrity and compassion. (Photo by Nadene Vevea)
Head shot of Amy BelchatovskiBusiness Communication graduate Amy Sharfman Belchatovski ('15, M '17), who works for Optavia, has let us know about a new paid internship opportunity with the company's Events Team this winter. With lots of great events coming up, the company needs some intern drive and enthusiasm. Amy is certain that the internship will provide a terrific experience for anyone looking to go into the events industry. Here's the link for more information. (Photo from LinkedIn)
Headshot of Emma RagonBusiness Communication graduate Emma Ragon ('16), who now works at the Whiting-Turner Contracting Company as a marketing coordinator, writes that she had a great time at Adobe MAX in November. This creativity conference helped her to become an Adobe Certified Associate in Print & Digital Publication using Adobe InDesign. Congratulations, Emma! (Photo from LinkedIn)
 
 
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