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Business Communication News

Senior Business Communication major Elizabeth Kamosa chose an internship in the field of sports marketing at Brick Bodies, a chain of coed and women-only health clubs located around Baltimore. Elizabeth is working under the mentorship of Josh Gerber, the vice president of marketing at Brick Bodies Fitness Services, Inc. & Planet Fitness Growth Partners. Because Brick Bodies is greatly involved in the community, Elizabeth's work includes both internal and external communication and organization.

Senior Bryan Corvera-Flores (on the right) is working under the direction of Stevenson’s Sports Information Director, Greg Royce, writing stories for the web, interviewing athletes, and generating ideas for content on the athletics website, gomustangsports.com.
Senior Emily Shannon (far left in the photo) has been busy at work with the account executives at Gaga Marketing in Stevenson, Md., learning the world of advertising and marketing. The whole team showed up for her photo opportunity, with her mentor, Marianne Martino, in the back. Gaga Marketing works primarily with casino advertising across the United States.

Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus' Advanced Event Planning class welcomed three BizComm alums back as guests of the class that meets Wednesday evenings. The three alums -- Brittany Koehler, Chelsea Moog, and LynnAaron Nichols (seated left to right) -- are all involved in event planning careers in some form, and they talked with the students about what their careers involved. With a tremendous alumni network, the Business Communication department depends on our alums to help guide the current students' understanding of possible career paths. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus)

Members of Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus' Advanced Event Planning class were invited to help work the Baltimore Business Journal's Book of Lists Gala at the Four Seasons Hotel in Baltimore on Feb. 9. With over 500 guests attending the event each year, the Baltimore Business Journal staff has consistently called upon Stevenson University's Business Communication majors to help work the gala. Students in the class arrived early, stayed late, and were of enormous help to the BBJ's event planners. (Photo courtesy of Dr.. Leeanne Bell McManus)
 
 
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