Blog posts, web content, print media, social media
Technology, Career Development, Personal Development, Professional Development, Health, Fitness, Wellness, Mental Health, Tourism, Sports, Baseball
Served as Chief Editor for the student-run newspaper for two years; inducted into the Communication Honor Society; received the Dean's Award for Student Excellence.
Graduate Intern for the Sports Information Department, which included providing over 20 articles for a Division I athletics website; Graduate Assistant for REACH Ambassador program; completed a research project on Sport and Social Media.
In her current full time role, Shannon provides career guidance and advice to adults interested in technology careers. She writes blog posts and social media content to provide career advice to graduates.
Shannon has over 7 years of experience in sports writing, generating material for three Minor League Baseball clubs, a professional indoor soccer club, a Division I and Division II athletic department, and Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. From 2012-2014, she wrote the official blog for the Reno Aces, Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, as well as providing content for and editing the Customer Service handbook, Media Guide, and free in-game program.
Shannon has written hundreds of press releases for businesses and organizations, including Minor League Baseball teams, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, a hospital in the Louisville area, a professional indoor soccer team, and more. Her press releases have a great track record of being picked up by local and regional media, as well as the national stage.
Shannon has provided paid blog content for several outlets including two Minor League Baseball teams, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, a social works program, and a technology start-up. In addition, she has voluntarily provided content for a Young Professionals Association, and ran a nacho blog and related social media accounts for over a year as a side project.
Shannon has provided social media content, specifically Facebook posts, for over a dozen organizations, including Minor League Baseball teams, several blogs, a Young Professionals Association, tech start-up, social works program, and more.