MAR. 1 – CHERYL PROCTER-ROGERS, STEP AHEAD CONSULTING AND COACHING

On Monday, March 1, Scripps PRSSA met with A Step Ahead Consulting and Coaching’s Cheryl Procter-Rogers. Procter-Rogers is a senior consultant and executive coach who earned her bachelor’s degree from Bradley University, MBA at Keller Graduate School of Business Management and master’s degree in Leadership and Change Management from DePaul University. As a business executive … Continue reading MAR. 1 – CHERYL PROCTER-ROGERS, STEP AHEAD CONSULTING AND COACHING

FEB. 22 – DANIELLE SANDARS, CONVERSE (NIKE)

On Monday, February 22, Scripps PRSSA welcomed Danielle Sandars, the Director of Global Employee Communications & Engagement at Converse (NIKE, Inc.). Danielle received her B.A. in Communications and Public Relations from Montclair State University. She has been a communication, employee engagement and corporate events leader for over 13 years. Before joining Converse, Danielle led corporate … Continue reading FEB. 22 – DANIELLE SANDARS, CONVERSE (NIKE)

FEB. 15 – Paul Matson, BOEING

Scripps PRSSA was ecstatic to welcome Ohio University alumnus, Paul Matson, from Boeing. Paul was former president of Scripps PRSSA in 2008-2009 before settling in Chicago post-grad. Since 2018, Paul has worked at Boeing, aerospace company, and is currently director of the content studio where he leads a global team of creative leaders, communications strategists, … Continue reading FEB. 15 – Paul Matson, BOEING

“Lessons I’ve Learned as EVP of Scripps PRSSA” By Alyssa Gormley

Folks, my time as Executive Vice President of Scripps PRSSA has been so wonderful and rewarding as I’ve been able to plan almost two semesters of virtual meetings for our Chapter. However, my time is slowly but surely coming to a close, as elections are just around the corner. I’d recommend the role of EVP … Continue reading “Lessons I’ve Learned as EVP of Scripps PRSSA” By Alyssa Gormley

“Your Time Will Come” by Alec Charron

In my last blog, I reflected on my summer without a traditional internship.  I won’t lie, I felt defeated while writing that blog. I was spending most of my time applying to fall/spring internships with little to no success. It seemed like my peers were having vast success, but where was mine?  Nevertheless, I was … Continue reading “Your Time Will Come” by Alec Charron

Feb. 1 – Anne Merchant, Akron Children’s Hospital

Scripps PRSSA was happy to welcome Ohio University alumna, Anne Merchant, from Akron Children's Hospital. Anne has more than 22 years of corporate communications and public relations experience in the non-profit sector. Since 2010, she has worked at Akron Children's Hospital, and is now director of corporate communications. Prior to that, she worked in Washington, … Continue reading Feb. 1 – Anne Merchant, Akron Children’s Hospital

“Social Media for Social Change” By Makenna Goad

This past semester, I had a unique and engaging project assigned to me in one of my media classes. My classmates and I were instructed to create an Instagram account from scratch and post a minimum of five videos and five images. Sounds easy enough right? But, there was a twist. our account had to … Continue reading “Social Media for Social Change” By Makenna Goad

Jan. 25 – Kevin Volz, MediaSource

On Jan. 25, 2021, the first meeting of the new year, Scripps PRSSA welcomed Kevin Volz to speak virtually to our Chapter. As the director of strategy at MediaSource, Kevin’s knowledge of public relations measurement and ROI set him apart from other PR pros and positions him as one of the most advanced public relations professionals in the … Continue reading Jan. 25 – Kevin Volz, MediaSource

“How I’m going to make 2021 the best year yet” by Jakob Warren

There’s no other way to put it—2020 has probably been the toughest year most of us have faced collectively. When I think over the past year, I am met with mixed emotions and feelings about “Oh, what could have been?" In times like this, I feel comfort in knowing that we are not in this … Continue reading “How I’m going to make 2021 the best year yet” by Jakob Warren

NOV. 30 — Mackenzie Schuler, Passionate About Nonprofit Work

Mackenzie Schuler was welcomed Monday by Scripps PRSSA for our last virtual meeting of the semester. Her passion for the nonprofit sector started with a personal experience that led her to a college internship with OhioHealth hospital system in Columbus, Ohio. After college, she was offered a position with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio, … Continue reading NOV. 30 — Mackenzie Schuler, Passionate About Nonprofit Work