Julie Lellis pens first article as PR News contributing writer
The associate professor of communications will provide the public relations publication with content on strategic communications topics including advocacy and writing.
Julie Lellis, associate professor and associate department chair in the School of Communications, published her first article on Aug. 4 as a contributing writer for PR News. The article, titled “7 Points to Consider When Your Brand Gets Involved in Social Issues,” addresses what businesses and brands should consider when trying to decide whether or not to take a stand on social topics.
Moving forward, Lellis will serve as a contributing writer for the publication, providing content on strategic communications topics including advocacy and writing.
“PR News is a leading industry publication, and I am honored to share my ideas with a larger audience,” Lellis said. “It is a great way to stay on top of industry trends and contribute to the conversation. Public relations is a dynamic field.”
PR News has a weekly publication read by more than 25,000 communications professionals and more than 150,000 PR and marketing professionals worldwide receive an online digest. The organization hosts national events and webinars to help professionals connect and stay on top of industry trends.