Public Relations Writing Portfolio
My PR writing portfolio contains examples of many of the different types of documents a communications professional should have in their repetoire.
The portfolio contains the following examples:
As part of one of my graduate level courses I was asked to interview at least ten people in my industry of interest (communications). The goal of the assignment was to paint a better picture of the future positions I might like to have and to help shape my personal narrative and career goals.
After the informational interviews I compiled the data, coded it, and wrote an exective summary that highlighted the most important insights gained from the exercise. I was able to effectively establish my own narrative and demonstrate my value through this e-portfolio site.
The summary to the left showcases my ability to take a wealth of complex, qualitative data, distill important information, and write a brief yet informative summary.
Communication Theory and Business Applications
An understanding of communication theories and how they can be observed and applied in real-world applications is invaluable. My final paper for my communication theory graduate class showcases not only my writing abilities, but also the ways in which I am able to translate theory into practice.
I assessed an online clothing company and how the business currently employs the use of two different communication theories. I address why they work and how the company might use each theory in increasingly useful ways in the future.
My knowledge and understanding of a wide variety of communication theories enables me to evaluate your business and how different strategies can be applied to meet communication goals.