Lily is responsible for leading the chapter’s executive board as well as overseeing all aspects of UO PRSSA. She serves as a key resource and mentor for all the chapter’s members. She loves to hike, bike, play trumpet, listen to podcasts and try new foods. In the future, Lily hopes to work for a German company in the PR department.
Chapter Vice President
Maggie is responsible for membership, mentorship programs, professional development tours and helps with day-to-day PRSSA tasks. She enjoys visiting her family in Ireland, trying new food, hiking, swimming and spending time with her friends. After graduation, Maggie hopes to travel and then pursue a PR career in Southern California.
Abbey is responsible for inviting inspiring PR professionals to speak at UO PRSSA chapter meetings. In her free time she enjoys hiking, playing with her black lab, Bea, and spending time with family and friends. In the future, she hopes to work for a mid-sized PR agency ideally in Europe.
As Finance Director, Sammi is in charge of overseeing and the PRSSA budget and organizing funds. When she is not in class, she enjoys listening to music, cooking or trying the trendiest restaurants. After graduation, her goal is to work for a large public relations/marketing firm in a large city.
Cassidy serves as the Events Director, bringing the PRSSA community together through workshops, chapter outings, fundraisers and more. When not planning events, she loves to play volleyball, go on road trips and be outside as much as possible. In the future, Cassidy would love to bring her love for people, community and events together and work for PR agency in the sectors of food and beverage, hospitality or travel.
Talia is responsible for managing UO PRSSA’s social media and website along with leading the Communications Committee. When not in Allen Hall, Talia can be found cooking with her Crock-Pot, listening to NPR podcasts, calling her mom or mapping out her next road trip. Talia would like to work at a small to mid-sized PR agency upon graduation and eventually start her own boutique PR firm.