Recognition & Awards

2014 Awards & Recognition

NCMPR, District 1: Gold Medallions for Promotional Video: “Appy” Animated FAQ Video Series Brochure Series: Academic Programs Magazine: HIREed Winter/Spring 2014 Issue Silver Medallions for: Microsite: “Appy” Animation Video Series – Landing Pages Direct Mail Print Ad Series Annual Report: FY13 President’s Report, Mount Wachusett Community College Bronze Medallions for: 30-second TV Ad: Jack and Ann – Dual Enrollment /…

2013 Awards & Recognition

Council for Advancement and Support of Education District I Excellence Award: Admissions Recruiting Packages – Honorable Mention National Council for Marketing & Public Relations Medallion Awards: Feature Article/General News Story – Gold Other Electronic Publication – Silver: MWCC NewsCenter Annual Report – Bronze: MWCC FY12 President’s Report

2012 Awards & Recognition

Council for Advancement and Support of Education District I Excellence Award: Public Relations and Community Relations Project – Gold Admissions Recruiting Packages – Honorable Mention National Council for Marketing & Public Relations Paragon Awards: Direct Mail – Gold Student Handbook – Silver National Council for Marketing & Public Relations Medallion Awards: Student Handbook – Gold Video/PSA Advertisement – Gold Brochure/Flyer…

2011 Awards & Recognition

National Council for Marketing & Public Relations Paragon Awards: Communication Success Story – Gold National Council for Marketing & Public Relations Medallion Awards: College Viewbook (Print) – Gold Marketing Campaign – Gold Communication Success Story – Gold Online Marketing/Advertising – Gold Social Marketing – Gold Radio PSA/Advertisement – Gold Outdoor Advertising Billboard – Silver Transit Advertising – Silver Government or…

Social Media Monitoring: Good Marketing or Privacy Issue?

I was recently interviewed by the CBS Boston news team regarding my college‚Äôs social media monitoring practices in regards to student safety. It was a great interview and garnered some excellent public relations exposure for our marketing and communications division. In the roughly 30-minute taping, we discussed my daily responsibilities and the scope of my role, and then the reporter…