While serving as a public relations intern in the Summer of 2017, Madi collaborated with the North Penn Educational Foundation to make this funded grants booklet. She summarized all of the grants from their multi-page applications, designed the layout and then put all components together using Microsoft InDesign. This booklet was distributed at the organization’s annual golf outing, which brings in nearly 300 people each year, as well as other various Foundation events throughout the school year.
Our world is becoming more technologically focused, and it’s changing the typical way of life. Eight of the “world’s most talented minds” came together to determine the top trends that will affect us this year in These are the eight trends that will shape the world in 2019. Check out Madi’s visual presentation on those trends!
Madi worked on a team of six George Mason University students to market the 2019 Mason Communication Forum. This forum connects Mason communication students with mentors from the professional world in varying fields, such as education, government and corporate. One of five public relations’ teams promoting the event, Madi’s team specifically utilized the Mason Comm Instagram (@masoncomm) as they encouraged students to RSVP. As the content manager, Madi created her own content (see Wednesday slides), but she was also in charge of gathering and posting her teammates’ graphics each day. Check out the team’s final presentation!
Madi worked on a team of six George Mason University students to create a social media test campaign against texting and driving. With a goal of receiving at least 100 pledges to not text and drive over Thanksgiving break from Mason students, the team created social media graphics for Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to spread their message. Check out Madi’s final report and the team’s final presentation!