aerial ellis & the what ifs

Aerial Ellis is a public relations consultant and professor at Lipscomb University in the Department of Communication and Journalism. Aerial is heavily involved with the Public Relations Society of America on a national and regional level, where she serves on the national diversity inclusion committee and the strategic planning committee and helps the student chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America Chapter at Lipscomb. Aerial followed her entrepreneurial spirit by starting a business at 22 after graduation. In her book, Original Millennial, she mentions about starting her own nail business as a 14-year-old. She believes that everyone should pace themselves while achieving their dreams.

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joel renner & experience doesn’t pay my rent

Joel Renner is the co-chair eduWeb Digital Summit and the digital strategy and career systems manager for George Washington University’s School of Business. His job focuses on everything from website content to marketing. Joel was interested in being a history professor and focusing on ancient medieval history. Joel talks about creating messages for different audiences for schools in a saturated market. We also discuss setting aside time for professional development.

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andrea gils & the opposite of dancing is sitting

Andrea Gils is the marketing and communications manager at University of Kentucky’s International Center. Originally from Uruguay, her experience as an international student at Southeast Missouri State University is one reason she loves her job. Andrea works for different clients at the International Center similar to an agency setting. While on the show, Andrea discusses UK’s involvement in the “You’re Welcome Here” campaign for international students, and the group discusses how study abroad programs can help one better understand other cultures.

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carla swank fox & the queen of natural disasters

Carla Swank Fox is an adjunct faculty member at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN. She teaches in the College of Media and Entertainment in two different departments, Department of Media Arts and School of Journalism and Strategic Media. Her classes focus on writing as well as messaging for your audience. The team discusses the evolution of communication departments due to changes in the industry. She co-hosts The Carla and Crappy Show podcast, which will resume soon for college football season.

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alan burns & the quest for a good mattress

Alan Burns is a research associate at the Social Research Science Center at Mississippi State University where he handles all of the communication for the center. The center conducts $10 million worth of research annually in social economic, political, and human resource issues. Right now Alan completed the planning phase of the SRSC’s annual report, which will be released in October. In 2012, Alan Burns obtained an internship at the media collaboration lab within the SRSC. And later he obtained a grad assistantship then took over the lab. The group talks about the accountability of students who are new to a work environment.

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