Stefanie Moore is a professor in the School of Media and Journalism. She has a passion for all things digital and enjoys learning and teaching about online tools that help us better communicate.
Currently, she teaches courses in digital public relations, digital analytics, social media strategies and crisis communications. She also advises two teams as part of the national PRSSA Bateman competition where students research, plan, implement and evaluate a public relations campaign for a real-world client.
As the PR internship coordinator, she works closely with employers and students to ensure students are gaining a meaningful learning experience in the field of PR/communications. Stefanie also chairs and serves on several school, college and university-wide committees including the award-winning YouToo Social Media Conference planning committee (www.youtoosm.com), the scholarship committee, the website committee and others.
Stefanie previously served as coordinator of Flash Communications, the student PR agency housed in University Communications and Marketing, where she directed eight to 10 students on marketing and PR initiatives.
Prior to her role on the faculty, she was part of Kent State University's web team where her love for technology and digital PR blossomed. She managed search engine optimization projects, usability planning and testing, accessibility efforts, content updates and many other web-related initiatives.
Before returning to her alma mater to work, Moore worked in Naperville, Ill., for Laidlaw Education Services, the leading supplier of student transportation. There, she was responsible for the employee newsletter, community relations initiatives and maintaining the company intranet.