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Business Communication News

 

Biz Comm alum Jamie Schafer continues her work as the Director of Operations with the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce in Towson, Md.  She is responsible for updating and procuring membership, collaborating with the SBRC Board and staff members, managing the front of the office, and planning  networking events, among other things. While she was a student, Jamie interned with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Maryland in outreach and event planning. Jamie also is a blogger for Homemade Bride, LLC.

Julia Tucker ('14) embraced the opportunity to sing with Josh Groban during his Sept. 14 concert at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.

Julia approached the stage with a note that mentioned her hopes of singing "The Prayer" with the singer. Groban agreed and the two sang a few verses together. Julia is still excited about the experience, which can be seen on YouTube. Congrats, Julia... what a great opportunity!

Congratulations to alum Kristin Baione ('14) who recently accepted a position with Syracuse University's Greenberg House in Washington, D.C.  Kristin is an administrative assistant to the director of Program & Facilities Operations for the Greater Washington/Mid-Atlantic area. Prior to this position, Kristin worked in several positions where she developed and enhanced her marketing, event planning, public relations, and interpersonal communication skills. Kristin is shown on the right in the photo during a recent poster session.

Christina Kemp ('14) will soon celebrate her one-year work anniversary with Palace Resorts. As a business development manager, she educates travel agencies in the Mid-Atlantic region to keep them up to date with Palace Report promotions. In her role, Christina travels to the resorts several time each year. While at Stevenson, Christina held three internships that gave her experience in the fields of public relations, event planning, and marketing. Congratulations, Christina... We wish you continued success! Here she is, at left, enjoying another day at the office!

Business Communication's first "Lunch Lessons" of the academic year was held on Sept. 17 and welcomed two alums back to chat with some of the majors and faculty about their experiences after leaving Stevenson. Katie Wagner Vogel (2010) and Andrew Boyer (2014) had wonderful narratives about their careers and their involvement while at Stevenson, and offered some advice to the attendees about Career Architecture and their success. Katie is now the director of marketing for Agora Financial, and Andrew is an assistant at St. Elizabeth's School in Baltimore.

 
 
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