Brianna M.

Chambers
3337 Chastain Landings Ct, Marietta, GA 30066 • 770-572-4441 • brimc@uga.edu

EDUCATION
The University of Georgia, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications, Athens, GA
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, Journalism—Emphasis in Magazines, May 2015
Minors: Spanish, Communication Studies
Study Abroad: The University of Georgia Costa Rica, International Perspectives on Interracial Communication, June 2013
Prague, Czech Republic, Travel Writing, May 2014

COMMUNICATION EXPERIENCE
Intern, The Bert Show, Q100 Atlanta at Cumulus Media, June 2014- August 2014
 Research local, celebrity, and entertainment news
 Craft creative content for social media and on-air segments
 Transcribe, archive, and index four hour long on-air segments
Intern, Ryan Seacrest Foundation, Seacrest Studios at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, August 2014-May 2015
Writer, Her Campus UGA, January 2014-Present
• Contribute creative content catered to a female college student demographic to an online magazine
Director of Marketing, DiGamma Kappa Professional Broadcasting Society, April 2013 – Present
• Administer social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) to promote events and updates affiliated with the
organization
• Manage Listserv and email account to communicate with and distribute relevant content to organization’s members
• Develop and update organization’s website
Crew Volunteer, Grady Newsource, The University of Georgia, August 2012-May 2013
• Operate audio console, cameras, teleprompter, 19, and keynote (full screen graphics) weekly for student-run newscast
Public Relations Committee Member, Student Merchandising Association, The University of Georgia, September 2011
• Independently created a Twitter account to develop organization’s image and to update members with relevant content

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
Resident Assistant, University Housing, The University of Georgia, July 2013-Present
 Design, advertise, and present programs to over 50 college students
 Develop community among students in which diversity and academic excellence are celebrated and promoted
 Assist students in academic endeavors, social interaction, and problem-solving skills
 Write reports (incident reports/officer reports)
 Manage a budget of $200 per semester
 Developed crisis management skills by quickly respond to various crises in community of 1,000 students in a residence hall
setting
Dawg Camp Counselor, Center for Student Organizations, The University of Georgia, February 2013-Present
 Assist incoming students in their transition into their collegiate careers
 Organize and facilitate panels, discussions, and meetings with students
 Assess and respond to student needs
 Encourage community and individual responsibility
 Project an image of a positive role model

CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE
Sales Associate, American Eagle Outfitters, May 2011 – August 2011
 Greeted and assisted customers
 Developed multitasking skills by answering phone calls and responding to customer inquiries
 Maintained image and knowledge of the company and brand
 Organized display and floor sets

CAMPUS & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Recruiter & Host, Georgia Recruitment Team, The University of Georgia, May 2013-Present
Initiated Member, Gamma Sigma Sigma National Service Sorority, The University of Georgia, September 2012-Present
Research Participant, Biracial Identity Development, The University of Georgia, March 2013 - April 2013