Gabrielle Coy is a senior public relations major with minors in journalism and digital design. She serves as the Vice President for the Waynesburg University PRSSA Chapter, as well as Firm Director for Red Brick Communications, Waynesburg’s student-run, pro bono public relations firm. Post graduation, she hopes to use her love of public relations in the nonprofit sector.
Ty McEliece is a junior public relations student and serves as Assistant Firm Director and Account Executive for Red Brick Communications, as well as Professional Development Coordinator for Waynesburg University PRSSA. When Ty is not on the department floor, he is usually on the football field practicing and working out with his teammates in the gym. Ty hopes to be working either in the sports and fitness realm or working for a public relations firm.
Nicole Tobias is a junior public relations major with a marketing minor. She serves as the Assistant Firm Director and Public Relations Director of Red Brick Communications, as well as the President of Waynesburg University PRSSA. Nicole also serves as a Student Ambassador for the university’s Office of Admissions. When she has free time, Nicole loves to watch TLC and cheer on the Pittsburgh Penguins. Nicole hopes to work in a public relations agency upon her graduation.
Tanner McKnight is a junior public relations major at Waynesburg University. He is currently serving as Assistant Firm Director and an Account Executive for Red Brick Communications and Fundraising Coordinator for Waynesburg University PRSSA. Tanner is a current member of the Waynesburg University Men’s Tennis team. He hopes to pursue a future career in politics or in sports media relations, while being able to coach high school soccer and own a cat named Tigger Gregory McKnight Jr.
Natalie Johnston is a senior public relations major and environmental studies minor. She is Executive Administrator for Red Brick Communications, Special Events Coordinator for Waynesburg University PRSSA and a member of the Women’s Tennis team. In the next five years, Natalie hopes to pursue a management or special event-planning career in conservation efforts, post-graduation.