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Business Communication News

We've asked some of our terrific Business Communication alumni to offer a few words of advice to our students. We'll be posting these from time to time, sharing them with our readers. Here's our first installment.

 

Congratulations to Business Communication alum Bridget Forney, who has recently joined PROFILES as the company's vice president. In this photo, she is shown with the group who were named "Rising PR Stars" in 2016.

About PROFILES, from the company's PR message: "For 26 years, Profiles, Inc. has provided branding, messaging, strategic planning, earned media, digital communications, advertising, website development, special event management and crisis communications programs to support our clients'​ goals and objectives. Through the implementation of targeted strategies and compelling messages, our communications programs shape perceptions and generate high-impact and cost-effective results for businesses, organizations and foundations in a range of industries including healthcare, education, nonprofit, real estate/development, tourism, arts & entertainment, hospitality, accounting and law."

Congratulations, Bridget! Best of luck to you in this terrific position.

Our Ulman Cancer fund for Young Adults 4K for Cancer runner, Business Communication alum Jen Antonelli, has updated her journey across America:

"Day 38: Evansville to Salem, Indiana. Our team is bubbling with excitement to get to Baltimore in only 11 days! Had a wonderful morning run with our awesome Evansville host, Pam. I am continuously blown away by how thoughtful and generous our hosts are Today... I ran for Kitty Kroner and fellow Mustang, Nick Flowers." (In the photo, Jen is crouching, wearing the pink running shoes).

Jen's team run will take 49 days, during which time they will be running, volunteering, sight-seeing, napping in vans, and enjoying the experience. Follow Jen's journey via her blog here. (Photo from Jen's Facebook page)

Congratulations to Business Communication Maya Shipley Tyler, whose dance troupe, TREND, will perform at Baltimore's Artscape on Sunday, July 23, around 2 p.m. at the Station North Lot....Click here to read more.

Business Communication alum and Admissions Officer staffer Jen Antonelli has reached day 34 of her 4K for Cancer run across America through the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.  Along with 30 other runners, Jen started her 49-day journey in San Francisco to raise awareness and funds for cancer in honor of those among her family and friends who have suffered or died from the disease. The Baltimore team's journey has been steady and thrilling.

On day 33, Jen and her team ran between Milwaukee and Chicago, and their run around Chicago's Lake Michigan was a high point before they could grab a day of rest.

"Time is flying by way too fast. 33rd day, 9th state, 7th rest day," wrote Jen. We are all so proud of your grit and commitment, Jen!

Follow Jen's journey via her blog here

 
 
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