Being a college student has given me the opportunity to grow in many ways. I’ve grown mentally, spiritually, emotionally, and professionally in my time here. Entering into the professional world has been slightly terrifying, but the more you put yourself out there, the easier it becomes. However, as I advance in the public relations world … Continue reading Personal Relations Affect Public Relations
This semester I had an awesome opportunity to support my client. I drove four hours south to St. Louis through pouring rain. I was with my friend Emily, who works at the planetarium with me. Along the way, between Beatle’s songs and my very limited selection of Broadway tunes (basically just Hamilton), we were coming … Continue reading A Stellar Week
Sexual assault has always been a problem, but, until recently, it has been a lot easier to sweep under the rug. This is an unpleasant subject that causes discomfort in many circles, but people are finally speaking out. Many big name actresses have recently come forward with their stories on sexual harassment from film producer … Continue reading #METOO
Before coming to Olivet Nazarene University, I felt like I already had my career choice planned out for myself, or at least the outline. I grew up in a Christian family and had the privilege of being a pastor’s son. My family is from Haiti, which means they learned English as a second language, which … Continue reading Is Public relations really that important in today’s generation?
What is the goal? What are you trying to achieve from your social media accounts? Before you start, that goal needs to be determined. If you are trying to sell a specific product, then you need to create content supporting that product to inform customers why this product is best for them and why they … Continue reading Four Tips For Creating The Best Social Media For Your Brand
As a public relations student I have often found it to be extremely difficult to stay focused on one thing because there are a million different directions that you can run. While I am doing many things, I am also often the type of person that sometimes falls into the mindset that there is only … Continue reading Celebrating Differences In PR
Since I graduate in less than two years, the “what am I gonna do with my life?” panic has begun. What field of PR am I going to go into? Corporate? Agency? Or Non-profit? When I envision myself 5 years from now, I see myself walking into my office with Starbucks in hand and a … Continue reading PR From Home
This Semester at Olivet Nazarene University, we had great guest speakers come into Chapel and speak to the student body. One of my favorites was a couple named Kristin and Danny. According to Kristinanddanny.com, “Kristin and Danny Adams are entertainers, content creators, public speakers and viral sensations who, according to Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, are “taking your … Continue reading Find Your Niché
Exhilaration and sleep: the two thoughts constantly streaming through my brain and everyone else's during PRSSA 2017 National Conference. You look to the left and see people bustling, Lyfts and Ubers coming and going, people headed to Starbucks, and then you look to your right - a luscious green park, pigeons, rain spitting every so … Continue reading The Boston Babes
Do you believe that all public relations professionals should be held accountable for the same rules of ethics? Or should their ethics depend on which professional organization they are a part of? On Wednesday Oct. 18, 2017, Richard Edelman, Edelman CEO, contacted the four major public relations organizations around the world—the PR Council, the … Continue reading Do you believe in ethics?