I’m currently seeking alternate career paths while I continue to freelance and hustle as a publicist. I’m currently working remotely with Purpose Public Relations after leaving Scoville due to an unexpected move to Portland, Oregon. I’m seeking a part or full-time job using the skills I’ve already honed in PR and journalism. As a publicist, I am responsible for assessing a client’s outreach goal and crafting pitches around that goal, as well as finding aligned media and speaking. I have also “ghostwrote” for clients in many publications including MindBodyGreen, the Portland Business Journal, the Puget Sound Business Journal and more. Before PR, I was the features/lifestyle editor at a newspaper that publishes five days a week. I was responsible for daily paginating using InDesign, managing interns, overseeing the creation of magazines, managing social media and other editorial responsibilities. I graduated from Texas State University in communications, with an emphasis in journalism, and a minor in sociology. Before my position at the paper, I worked two unpaid internships for two separate radio stations, KTSW 89.9 and NPR’s KUT 90.5, during my senior year. For both stations, I worked as a news reporter and produced daily content. I am passionate, hardworking, friendly and committed. I have thrived in every job I have ever worked.
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This most recent Valentine's Day had one San Marcos company showing their love in an unconventional way. Berry Aviation, Inc. (BAI), a company whose headquarters are located in the San Marcos Regional Airport, worked with Wings of Rescue, a self-described "donation-based charity, flying large numbers of at-risk healthy pets long distances from high intake shelters to safety at no-kill shelters throughout the United States and Canada," for their "Love is in the Air" project.
While heroin can destroy a person's physical and mental state, its devastating effects aren't limited to the user. An addict's friends and family feel the results of opiate addiction as well. Little brothers lose their role models and mothers lose their children.
The San Marcos Police Department is investigating its first homicide of the year after an alleged drug deal went wrong Thursday evening at The Avenue apartments. Terrance Valentine II, 21, was found with a gunshot wound to the head in the student-housing apartment complex after what city officials say started as "an argument during a drug transaction."
Whether they are trying to perfect the scone or renew their grandmother's clam chowder recipe, every cook (sans vegans and the lactose intolerant) should be able to easily explain the difference between heavy cream and whipping cream.
While the debate of whether or not pineapple belongs on pizza is long from over, there is no doubt that the fruit plays a vital role as a summertime flavor. A properly cut pineapple can garnish tropical drinks, complete a fruit cocktail, complement a shish kabob, or give that signature look to your upside-down cake.
Laura Aebi News Reporter Since the early 90s, Native American tribes from all over the state have come together in San Marcos to honor their history and ensure their future by hosting a traditional powwow at Spring Lake. This year the Sacred Springs Powwow, hosted by the Indigenous Cultures Institute, included traditional dancers in full...
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By Jacquelyn Carter In the Public Interest Host "Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today," -Malcolm X This week on In the Public Interest, your hosts DaLyah Jones and Jacquelyn Carter discuss important topics within education.
(Originally aired in June) This In the Public Interest takes a look at the Central Texas Water Culture that exists in Hays County and throughout the Central Area. Hosted by Matthew Hamill and Taylor Zavala, we bring you stories that specialize in information detailing the impacts following the Memorial Weekend Flooding to the Central Texas rivers...