Department of Communication

Meet Some of our Successful UToledo Communication Alumni

In today’s information economy, communication is key. 77% of employers look for communication skills on a college student’s resume[1]. Organizations need employees who can efficiently, effectively and creatively connect with colleagues and the wider public. There is no career you can have where communication skills won’t serve you well.

Billionaire Warren Buffet believes that “The one easy way to become worth 50% more than you are now-at least- is to hone your communication skills.”[2]

Honing your communication skills is exactly what we do in the Communication Department. See below to check out some of the ways that UToledo graduates have put their Communication degree to work. You’ll see that a Communication Degree at UToledo gives you many options in today’s marketplace.

 

Andy Billman

Andy Billlman
Year Graduated: 2002
Current Position: Producer for ESPN

 

Brandon Cobb

Brandon Cobb
Year Graduated: 2010
Current Position: Vice President of Marketing for Corcoran Global Living – San Diego and Riverside Counties 

 

Natalie Gray

Natalie Gray
Year Graduated: 2018
Current Position: Youth Services Manager for the Toledo Arts Commission

Candice Harrison

Candice Harrison
Year Graduated: 2002
Current Position: External Communications Manager for the Toledo Public Schools (TPS)

 McKenzie Kuehnlein

McKenzie Kuehnlein
Graduation year: 2013
Current Position: Reporter/Weekend Anchor for 13abc

Isaac Petkac

Isaac Petkac
Graduation year: 2020
Current Position: News Anchor/Multimedia Journalist for Erie News Now

Reggie Temple

Reggie Temple
Graduation Year: 2003
Current Position: Vice President of and Director of Community Development at Premier Bank

Areeba Shah

Areeba Shah
Graduation year: 2019
Current Position: Public Square Intern for the Democracy Fund in Washington, DC

If you are an alumni, and want to be featured on this page, contact our chair W. Benjamin Myers at william.myers@utoledo.edu.

Last Updated: 6/23/21