Stevenson University Business Communication graduate Morgan Leepa (class of 2014) has made a change in her career path, moving from NewMarket Group, an Agora company, where she has most recently served as Acquisitions Creative Manager, but since her graduation has served in a variety of roles. She will soon begin a new job at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) as Marketing Coordinator, Enrollment Communications, where she will use her direct response marketing experience in this new role. Congratulations, Morgan! (Photo from Facebook)
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Students in The Mill, Stevenson School of Design's interdisciplinary marketing class, attended the launch party of "Stitching Maryland Together," a movement that "binds the fashion community with a single thread. Individual creators and organizations take center stage in an inclusive effort to engage the past, present, and future of a dynamic industry. This movement exists to give fashion the platform it needs to inspire ongoing involvement," according to www.stitchingmdtogether.org/whoweare. With a sponsorship grant from PNC Bank, the students in the class are working on ways of making the fashion industry more inclusive and collaborative. In the photos above, the associate dean of communication programs, Nadene Vevea, and Mill student Claudia Tonti speak at the launch party, held at the Jewish Museum of Maryland on Feb. 28. Stitching Maryland Together's main event on Saturday, May 4, will be held at Ram's Head Live in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Tickets are on sale here. (Photos from Leeanne Bell McManus)
Please join the Business Communication department and the communication club, 47 House, for this year's BizMix focusing on careers in sports. Over 10 guests with careers in the sports world will speak on Wednesday, March 6, from 6-8:30 p.m. All are invited to this exciting symposium that will also offer the opportunity to network with the guests.
At the invitation of and in collaboration with the Stevenson University library, Business Communication professors Stephanie Verni and Chip Rouse presented another round of their popular "Develop your online brand" workshop on Feb. 27 in the Brown School of Business and Leadership library.
The two faculty members covered topics including constructing a personal online portfolio through WordPress, using LinkedIn to its best advantage, and managing the brand of your social media. Students spent some time in hands-on training as they worked in WordPress and LinkedIn to enhance their professional online presence. Thanks to library associate Bria Sinnott for the invitation and the photo.