University Marketing and Communications Team
Paula Ashley has been employed in the marketing field since she graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design. For the majority of her career, she has been involved with marketing medical services, helping promote everything from physicians to hospitals to medical trade associations.
Paula joined the UT marketing team in 2014 as a part-time marketing strategist for Toledo Law and other University programs. In 2015, she became a full-time UT employee, adding marketing support services to the UT Health clinical lines to her duties. Most recently, Paula has returned to UT’s Main Campus to support undergraduate enrollment efforts with strategic marketing services.
When she’s not on the job, she enjoys a variety of creative endeavors, including painting, cooking, knitting, journaling and letting her mind wander.
Jacqui brings strategic marketing plans to life through visual design. Whether promoting in advertising, print collateral, across social media, on the web or broadcast, she’s always seeking creative ways to connect her client’s goals with their audience wherever they consume information.
Putting the end-user at the center and designing for their needs is where her thinking begins. Her creative process starts with team collaboration so diverse ideas thrive and the best direction emerges. She approaches each marketing challenge with user insight, slice-of-life experiences and an eclectic music selection.
Jacqui builds upon a warehouse of experience and innovation from work in the areas of higher education, hospice marketing, healthcare, automotive, banking, and building products. Her award-winning work runs the gamut, from national B2B and B2C campaigns including print, website design, broadcast and educational videos.
- Conceptual and strategic thinker contributing to marketing strategy and messaging,
- Developing creatively strategic concepts in print and digital spaces,
- Overseeing implementation of creative solutions in print and on digital surfaces.
Alyssa Batch plays a key, creative role as a graphic designer on the marketing and communications team. She is a graduate of Bowling Green State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design.
Her achievements include having her thesis work shown in a juried BFA Show in 2016, winning a gold ADDY for a collaborative piece in 2015 and winning an ADDY People’s Choice Award for a business concept she presented to investors that also was one of eight chosen for a BGSU program highlighting young entrepreneurs.
Passionate about design and the idea of helping people, she also began a business called Comfort Covers, which was developed for people living with dementia to bring comfort and help them continue to connect with others. Alyssa thrives on a creative challenge, believing that human-centered design is one of the most powerful tools in successful marketing.
Alyssa enjoys learning new ways to engage people with design and staying creative in any way she can. She loves making homemade wine with her family, traveling, drawing, painting, The Phantom of the Opera and spending time with friends.
Media Relations Specialist
Christine Billau is an Emmy, Edward R. Murrow and Associated Press award-winning journalist who joined the marketing and communications team in 2015 as media relations specialist. She connects reporters with UT scholars to offer perspective on current events in their worlds of expertise – anywhere from economics and political science to health care and water quality. Chrissy also treats the University as her news beat. She is constantly on the hunt for stories about groundbreaking UT research to share with local, regional, national and international media outlets, and to showcase how our students and scientists are discovering solutions to make life better.
As a general assignment reporter at WTVG-Channel 13 in Toledo for seven years, Chrissy was honored for her ongoing investigative coverage of a childhood cancer cluster in the Clyde area, as well as her feature report about the emotional way the community of Port Clinton celebrated Christmas early to grant the final wish of dying boy.
Previously, she was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at WTVO-Channel 17 News/WQRF Fox39 in Rockford, Ill.
Before her on-air work, Chrissy was on the assignment desk and traveled with photographers to cover breaking news and scheduled events at WLS-TV in Chicago. She was a member of the team that won a local Emmy Award for breaking news coverage of a December 2005 accident at Midway Airport.
Chrissy earned a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from Boston University's College of Communication. During her four years at BU, she was a Washington correspondent for WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Md., and for New Hampshire Public Television.
Chrissy grew up in Chicago and loves to read, write letters, play in the snow, walk her dog, Martha, cook and travel with her family to northern Michigan and Wisconsin. She lives in Lambertville, Mich., with her husband and two stepchildren.
As traffic coordinator in the office of marketing and communications, Debbra Cooper is responsible for organizing and managing the flow of work through the department. She earned a degree with honors in graphic design and digital prepress, training that aids her daily in assessing and assigning projects to the creative staff, as well as providing production solutions to complex projects. She administers the department’s project management software and provides training to new staff.
Debbra eagerly assumed the responsibilities of the outgoing print coordinator and has expanded and refined them, establishing solid relationships with a number of print vendors and initiating greater options for creativity, timely delivery and excellent pricing.
Debbra is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts and the Toledo Warehouse District Association, and sits on the board of the American Advertising Federation’s Toledo chapter. She is a graduate of Leadership Toledo. Prior to joining UT in 2008, she managed art, design and production at McGraw-Hill’s Los Angeles office, and began her career as publications coordinator and senior graphic designer at the American Film Institute.
She enjoys team building and has captained three AdBASH volleyball teams, as well as two dragon boats.
Director of University Communications
Meghan Cunningham, director of university communications, leads a communications team that promotes news and initiatives to internal and external stakeholders. As a journalist and public relations professional with more than 10 years of experience in the communications industry, Meghan has a passion for the written word with a deep appreciation for compelling storytelling and as close-to-perfect grammar as possible.
Prior to joining UT in 2010, Meghan was a reporter at the Toledo Blade newspaper, covering the crime and education beats and sharing a wide variety of other stories with the community. She also has reported for The Flint Journal and The County Press newspapers in Michigan. Meghan is a graduate of Michigan State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She is currently a part-time graduate student at UT, pursuing an MBA in marketing.
Meghan lives in Toledo with her husband, Bob, and daughter, Eleanor and son, Owen. She enjoys tearjerker romance novels and films, trying new restaurants and squeezing in extra minutes of sleep whenever possible.
Marketing Development Strategist
Marketing strategist Remy Darby provides lead account representation for UT’S academic colleges. He brings more than four years of project coordination, public relations and marketing experience to this role as the former communications manager for fashion designer and HIV/AIDS spokesperson Mondo Guerra.
Born in the Philippines and raised in the Ozarks of southwest Missouri, Remy lived in Denver, Colo., for a decade before calling Toledo his new home. From his first job assisting an American Sign Language interpreter in Joplin, Mo., to helping clients create strategic plans to meet their marketing needs in his current role, Remy brings a relationship-focused approach to work and thrives in a creative, collaborative environment.
Remy graduated with high distinction from Metropolitan State University of Denver, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in communication and minored in public relations. His hobbies and interests include creative writing, fine arts, travel and vintage kitsch. Remy and his husband live in Toledo.
Stephanie Delo is a graphic designer with a goal of developing unique, eye-catching conceptual designs that resonate with target audiences and meet client objectives. She also is experienced in designing complex creatives for brochures, posters, flyers, ads – and just about anything that can hold color, shape and wild imagination.
Stephanie works closely with Vicki Kroll, editor of UT News, on layouts for the weekly publication, balancing quick deadlines with creative presentation to produce a vital news publication for internal audiences.
Before joining the in-house design team at UT, she was a merchandise art manager at Paramount Parks and a designer at Cooper-Smith Advertising and Mercy Health Partners. She has been at UT since 2008.
Stephanie is a busy mother of three active sons and an avid sports enthusiast, cheering with special gusto for the Detroit Tigers.
Web Project Specialist
As a member of the web development team, Sharon Dietrich supports customers with project management, redesign, updating and site strategy. She also coordinates customer training and support for more than 450 users of OmniUpdate, the UT content management system, oversees the web development student intern program and serves as the UT webmaster.
Sharon is a member of the Center for Successful Aging’s advisory board at UT, and in 2011 was nominated for recognition as an Outstanding Staff Member in UT’s annual employee recognition program.
Sharon has been at UT since 1997, and earned an Associate in Business Management Technology degree from the University, as well.
Outside work, Sharon loves to spend time with her family. When the time comes to retire, she says she will most definitely be a volunteer cuddler in a neonatal intensive care unit.
Social Media Specialist
Vince DiGuglielmo is a social media specialist at the University of Toledo. He is responsible for the creation, management, and dissemination of content via social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and others, with the goal of improving the University of Toledo’s public image and community relations. Vince also specializes in video creation, which includes filming, editing, and animating.
One operating philosophy Vince holds for social media and content creation is the importance of fun. “If you don’t enjoy making your content, no one will enjoy consuming it.” Because of this, he has created an atmosphere of lightheartedness in his workspace, while consistently honing his skills, and producing quality content for the University.
Vince graduated from the University of Toledo in May, 2014 with a B.A. in Communication, and is currently attending Bowling Green State University for his master’s degree in Strategic Communication.
Vince is married to his college sweetheart, Rachel, and they have two adorable dachshunds, Cooper and Milo.
Brian Downing has been a graduate assistant in marketing and communicationssince 2015. His responsibilities include assisting with the coordination of advertising for UT’s various marketing partnerships and being a Dzright-hand mandzto marketing strategists, especially with enrollment projects. He also helps with UT’s licensing program, with a goal of building and improving the University brand.
Brian earned a Bachelor of Science degree in sport management from Eastern Michigan University. He is working toward a master’s degree at UT and plans to graduate in May 2017 with a MBA in marketing.
Brian has lived in four states, but has called Sylvania, Ohio, home for 16 years. He has a younger brother. The sports enthusiast is a high school football coach who favors the outdoors, watching movies, playing video games and spending time with friends and family.
Senior Digital Designer
As senior digital designer at UT, Eric is responsible for establishing the conceptual and brand execution for our campaigns and projects. He also is tasked with designing, developing and maintaining the University's many online presences.Eric works with the Marketing team to provide leadership, strategic direction and digital design solutions that include web, interactive social media, tablet and mobile display.
Eric earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design from Bowling Green State University with a secondary focus in printmaking, as well as an Associate of Applied Business in computer programming degree from Northwest State Community College. He has been with UT since 2008.
Marketing and Account Manager
Aimee Falk is a marketing and account manager, servicing the UT Medical Center, the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, the College of Nursing and the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Aimee has been at UT since 2003, and is a member of the UTMC employee engagement team. In addition to her everyday duties, she loves anything that challenges her to think outside the box – from brainstorming ideas for marketing campaigns to unexpected situations that arise, like rearranging an entire commercial shoot in 20 minutes due to an ice storm! She has a deep passion for customer service and thrives on accomplishing those nearly impossible tasks.
It has taken Aimee a little longer than some to decide what she wants to be when she grows up, and as women tend to do, she continues to change her mind on a regular basis. Needless to say – she’s still in pursuit of her alumni status.
A Toledo native, Aimee likes spending time with family, spoiling her many fur babies, going to garage sales and baking. Her office cohorts say she makes awesome homemade mac and cheese.
Business Services Officer
Laurie Flowers is the business services officer in marketing and communications. Her responsibilities include administrative support for the associate vice president, scheduling for the department, proofreading UT News, invoicing, creating budget reports, managing purchases and various other duties.
She was hired in 1989 as a secretary in the Public Information Office. She is a 1986 administrative assistant/word processing graduate of Davis College who, for 10 years before joining UT, worked as a pharmacy technician and held several secretarial positions.
Laurie is a past UT Outstanding Employee Award recipient, and currently serves on the University Women’s Commission board. She often wishes she appreciated gardening and working on home improvements more and, to satisfy those desires, she spends hours watching HGTV.
She loves to travel and spend as much fun time as possible with her husband and grandchildren.
Kim Goodin brought a diverse set of skills when she joined UT in 2008. A graduate of UT’s former College of Arts and Sciences, she began her career as a journalist at the Maumee Valley Herald in Maumee, Ohio, and the Jacksonville Patriot in Jacksonville, Ark.
As chief military correspondent in Jacksonville, she reported the movements of local troops deployed to Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. She also embedded with troops that led drug interdictions and humanitarian efforts after Hurricane Andrew.
From 1996-2008, Kim was public relations specialist at St. Luke’s Hospital in Maumee, blending her experience in journalism and marketing.
Since returning to her alma mater, she has worked in both the marketing and communications areas, authoring articles for internal and external publications and advising various campus audiences regarding strategic approaches to marketing.
A lifelong Michigander, Kim enjoys watching Tiger baseball, taking far-too-many useless photos of her cat, chasing (still!) her now-grown daughters and exploring the best venues for ice cream. The self-professed Dzword nerddz will read anything, while griping endlessly about the Oxford comma.
Late last century, Joanne Gray joined the UT staff as library tech in the Carlson Library. She had just arrived from Oregon (the state, not the city), where she held the same position at Oregon State’s Kerr Library. After seven years at Carlson Library and a few more at LaValley Law Library, she had worked in nearly all aspects of UT’s library tech area: interlibrary loan, serials and monographs, bindery and government documents. It seemed time for a change.
At the beginning of the new 21st Century, 2004 to be exact, Joanne moved to her present position of secretary in marketing and communications. The diversity of her past positions served as a great foundation, especially since marketing and communications touches every aspect of UT.
Joanne’s outside interests are as eclectic as the many different hats a secretary must wear. She is a longtime member of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, which involves her love of research and Shakespeare. She also is involved in a discussion group of world events and politics, and keeps up with all things scientific, especially physics. She shares her life with her wonderful daughter, Kayla, who will graduate from UT next year, and her rescue mixed terrier, Emme, as well as her daughter’s two rescue cats, Poodles and Piglet.
Michelle Hoch-Henningsen, creative director since 2007, designs fully-integrated programs involving a variety of mediums that creatively solve clients’ needs. She is able to carry projects from conceptual development to completion, while considering the chain of distribution and how a product goes to market.
Michelle has 35 years of agency experience in developing exciting promotional campaigns, corporate identities, point-of-purchase promotions, business-to-business internal and external communications, direct mail and advertisements.
Michelle has worked with companies such as Owens Corning, Merillat Cabinetry, Discover Financial Services, The Andersons, Inc., Dana Incorporated, Commercial Aluminum Cookware Company, Armstrong World Industries, Inc., CertainTeed Corporation, Dow Chemical Company, Sears, Weyerhaeuser Company and Chief Supermarkets, along with several local and national small businesses. She is consistently recognized by area, regional and national marketing organizations with awards, and her work has appeared in national and international publications.
Joanne Houser is the business manager for UT’s Division of Advancement and Division of Enrollment. She is a licensed certified public accountant with more than 30 years of accounting and finance experience.
Joanne joined UT in 2010 after working in automotive manufacturing for the majority of her career.
Director of Internal Communications
Editor of UT News
Over the years, the UT graduate has received recognition from the Public Relations Society of America, the National University Continuing Education Association, the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, and the Toledo chapter of Women in Communications Inc. In 2008, Kroll was named the UT Department of Communication Outstanding Alumna.
With Barbara Floyd, she co-wrote “The First 150 Years — A History of the Academy of Medicine of Toledo and Lucas County 1851-2001” (2001).
From 2005 to 2015, Kroll was a staff writer with Toledo Free Press. She previewed concerts and was lucky to interview a slew of stars, including Miranda Lambert, David Sanborn, Darlene Love, Dolly Parton, Wale, Idina Menzel, Alice Cooper, Vince Gill, Cheech & Chong, and Sarah McLachlan. She was honored by the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists for her work.
Saturdays from 9 to 11 a.m., Kroll can be found alongside Tim Sanderson on “The Theme Park” on WXUT 88.3. The two have been on the air for more than a decade playing songs from all genres on motifs that range from cooking to New York City to dangerous things to do.
Marketing Development Strategist
Kate McComb lends her skills in marketing, social media and graphic design to the marketing and communications department. As a strategist, she develops solutions for the marketing efforts of UT Foundation and Division of Advancement. As a social media manager, she grows the social presences of the UT Alumni Association and the Foundation. As a designer, she creates effective print materials and assists the web team in improving webpages.
Kate developed her wide-ranging skills by studying visual communications and public relations at Bowling Green State University. After an internship at Assistance Dogs for Achieving Independence, she accepted a marketing position at the nonprofit organization, which helps people with disabilities achieve greater independence by training and placing service and therapy dogs. Next, she gained project management and social media experience while working at Card Advertising, a small, full-service agency in Temperance, Mich.
With a focus on the ever-changing technology of communication, Kate joined the UT community as a digital media specialist in March 2013, then transitioned to the marketing and communications team in 2016. Inspired by compelling storytelling and innovative ways to connect, Kate looks forward to expanding her skill set in digital communications.
Kate lives in South Toledo with her boyfriend, Carlton, and dog, Carter. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, shopping small businesses, fashion and bowling.
Daniel Miller is an award-winning photographer with a background in photojournalism, working at daily newspapers, as well as stringing for the Associated Press.He is a native Toledoan, as well as a UT alumnus (class of ’99) and feels very fortunate to be able to serve in theprofession he loves, creating images for the institution that helped define his career path.
When he’s not talking about himself in the third-person, Dan enjoys competitive sailing, bicycling and volunteering time as a photo advisor for The Independent Collegian, UT’s student newspaper. He bakes a mean apple pie, hates the Oxford comma and thinks we should all embrace our inner nerd.
Assistant Director for Social Media
Cam Norton, assistant director for social media, oversees UT’s social media and video operations.
Cam joined the University in 2007 as an undergraduate student in biology – later finding a passion for online communication and public relations. Joining marketing and communications as the first social media intern in 2010, Cam was hired full-time upon graduation in 2012. He has completed his bachelor’s degree in communications and is working toward a master’s degree in strategic communication at Bowling Green State University.
Cam enjoys pushing the possibilities of social media by studying and executing in-house video and social content on a daily basis. This content is created through an understanding of audience feedback and analytics.
A lifelong resident of northwest Ohio, Cam enjoys spending time in one of Toledo’s many parks, commercial photography and dogs.
As a graduate assistant in marketing and communications, Alexa assists with developing and implementing strategic marketing plans and facilitating client relations. She is a second-year Master of Business Administration student in the College of Business and Innovation, specializing in leadership.
Alexa earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in professional sales and marketing from UT in 2014. She also received the Pacemaker award, which recognizes select students based on outstanding academic achievement, University and community service, and leadership. Alexa also was a member of UT’s SEED (Sustainability, Energy Efficiency, Design) Initiative to create a University-wide sustainability pledge, develop external research and collaborate with committee members to publish UT’s Climate Action Plan. In addition, Alexa interned at Owens Corning, working closely with corporate leaders to develop research and create an educational training manual on sustainability for the sales force. She led training sessions for more than 50 employees, teaching them how to use these resources and develop information to educate and motivate customer action.
Outside work and school, Alexa enjoys volunteering, coaching basketball, playing golf and spending time with family and friends. Fun fact: Five of seven of Alexa’s immediate family members have attended UT. Go, Rockets!
Interim AVP for Marketing and Communications
Barbara Owens leads the marketing and communications team as interim associate vice president. She is a highly skilled communication strategist with 30 years of experience in corporate communications on a global scale. As the former chief communications officer at Owens-Illinois, Inc., the world’s largest producer of glass containers, Barbara was responsible for leading the $6 billion company’s global communications strategy at operations in more than 20 countries.
Passionate about the enabling role communications can play in a corporate or academic setting, Barbara believes every business objective can be realized more efficiently and effectively when supported by an integrated communications plan. It’s about people, leadership, messaging, authenticity, reputation and execution.
In addition to O-I, Barbara has worked at General Motors Co., Bayer AG, Bayer Corporation, Gagen MacDonald, Immuno AG and Baxter Healthcare. Barbara earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and international politics from Northwestern University and a MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University. She lived and worked in Germany and Austria for 10 years, and is fluent in German.
Barbara is the mother of two terrific teenagers. She likes the outdoors, gardening, walking and biking. She loves her many pets, coffee, chocolate, wine, craft beer and travel near and far.
Web Development Coordinator
Sue joined UT in 2008 as web development coordinator. Today, she regulates the administrative functions of the content management system, forms manager and university calendar, third-party applications used to support the University’s web presence. She also leads collaborative efforts with the Department of Information Technology and various clients to create and manage an internal portal presence.
Prior to joining the web development team, Sue was a business systems analyst for several financial institutions. With 20 years of experience in software analysis and design, quality assurance and project management, Sue is passionate about utilizing technology to simplify processes and create efficiencies while maintaining a positive user experience. She is driven by the challenge to identify and implement creative solutions that result in more effective ways to use technology.
Sue earned an Associate of Business degree in computer programming from Owens Community College to compliment her work experience.
An avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan and cat enthusiast, Sue also enjoys golfing, reading and playing euchre. Her most cherished time is spent relaxing with family and friends, and participating in many activities with her nieces and nephews.
Director of Marketing
Jen Sorgenfrei serves as director of University Marketing. She brings to the role more than a decade of experience in marketing and communications strategy in both public and private sector organizations.
Prior to joining The University of Toledo, Jen was media relations manager at ProMedica, where she served as the health system’s crisis communicator in addition to promoting acute care facilities throughout Ohio and Michigan, as well as the oncology, neurology and behavioral health service lines. From 2010-14, Jen was public information officer for the city of Toledo. Additionally, she worked for Funk Luetke Skunda (now FLS Group, a division of Thread), the Lucas County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board and the Ohio House of Representatives, where she was responsible for developing communications plans for maintaining adialogue with the community, assisting clients in achieving their business goals and managing institutional reputation.
Jen is a graduate of The University of Toledo, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in public administration. A native of the Toledo region, she enjoys exploring Toledo’s metroparks with her dog, Oscar, supporting local businesses and restaurants, and planning her next trip to a sunny vacation retreat.
Brand and Licensing Manager
Kevin Taylor is brand and licensing manager, overseeing the licensing program and focusing on maintaining the integrity of trademarked logos while growing the University brand at retail locations throughout the region. In addition, Kevin is the marketing strategist for University Athletics and coordinates advertising elements for the University’s marketing partnerships. He also manages the mascot program, scheduling more than 250 campus and community appearances each year for Rocky and Rocksy.
Kevin understands the importance of building a strong brand and ensuring that marketing efforts work successfully to strengthen that brand. He remains driven by challenge and the opportunity to continue elevating UT’s status on local, regional and national levels.
Prior to working at UT, Kevin was marketing coordinator for Rocket Sports Properties of Learfield Sports. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in strategic communication from Ohio State University and a Master of Education degree in sport administration from Bowling Green State University.
Outside of work, Kevin loves spending time with his wife, Jaime, and their dog, Zeke. He also is an avid sports fan, cheering on his favorite teams from Cleveland and participating in recreational sports activities.
Director of Web Development
CCE and UH 2110
More than 30 years ago, Kathleen merged marketing and digital technology into a career path that started with an internship at USA Today in the new field of digital photography to integrating technology into marketing solutions to leading web strategy. A passionate learner, Kathleen has always been interested in new and innovative ways to market and brand using technology.
Kathleen began her career at UT in 2006. Before that, she worked at WGTE Public Media, Aeroquip-Vickers, Inc., Eaton and the former Medical College of Ohio. She also volunteers for many non-profit organizations, including Camp Kesem, Little Pink Houses of Hope, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, The Victory Center and Habitat for Humanity of Wood County.
At UT, Kathleen serves on the Diversity and Inclusion Plan Leadership team and the ADA Compliance Committee.
Kathleen has received many professional awards, but is particularly proud to have been selected by her peers for the Outstanding University Women Award from UT’s University Women’s Commission in 2013.
Kathleen earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Lourdes University and a Patient Advocacy Graduate Certificate from The University of Toledo. Outside work, Kathleen enjoys the activities of her three children and husband, traveling, painting and running.
Executive Communications Manager
With more than 30 years of experience in strategic and marketing communications in business, health care, philanthropy and higher education, Christine currently manages executive communications and speechwriting for President Sharon L. Gaber, Provost Andrew T. Hsu and other UT administrators, as well as special projects.
Prior to joining UT, she worked at ProMedica, where she was corporate director of system communications for 11 hospitals and more than 110 health-care facilities. During her tenure there, she oversaw: corporate PR and government relations staff; C-suite and trustee communications; confidential issues management and crisis communications; media relations; communication plans; annual reports, consumer magazines and other major external publications; brand execution; customer service, and leadership training.
Additionally, she traveled extensively as a writer/producer for Owens Corning, and has been an internal communications consultant and editor for Cleveland Clinic, Texas Instruments and other global organizations. With an undergraduate degree in education and a master’s in communications, Christine also has taught writing and video production at Bowling Green State University. She has earned myriad awards for her leadership, writing and video productions.
A long-term cancer survivor, Christine has served on numerous nonprofit boards and volunteers for a local hospice, animal shelter and Corpus Christi University Parish. She enjoys entertaining friends, reading, the arts, home projects and traveling.