About Me

 

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Thank you for visiting my site. I’ve been involved in digital communications, writing, and PR in some form since I was in 7th grade. I became active in writing, communications, and public relations at a young age, creating my first website as a pre-teen and writing business  articles for it daily. Since then, my passion for writing and digital communications has only steadily increased. continued to grow.

While attending evening classes at Lindenwood University at night, I started working worked full time in the healthcare industry as a marketing and public relations for a variety of the professional, eventually becoming Director of Marketing and Public Relations for a small medical practice. in the healthcare industry, as well as working I also provided contract consulting services for small businesses such as 2 Rivers Communications and Design. I have continued to write, contributing articles to a variety of websites such as Watts-Up Reviews, CNet, and my music blog, Press P for Play.

After I graduated in spring 2012, I decided to further my experience and education in the industry by stepping down from In 2012 I earned a B.A. in Communications and accepted a sole internship position with Standing Partnership, a reputation management agency named  , in order to further my education within the industry. While at Standing, my story caught the eye of Forbes columnist David K. Williams, who wrote a column about my journey.

After working in the healthcare field with Air Evac Lifeteam, where I helped to develop their communications department and social media presence, I was proud to accept a position with Enterprise Holdings as a Brand Publicity Specialist on for the National Car Rental brand. With National, I’ve worked on various campaigns involving pro golf tours and major sports leagues, and have been honored to I assisted in the creation and execution of the Control Enthusiast campaign starring actor Patrick Warburton.

I believe that effective writing, honesty, and a genuine and consistent voice are the most important things to have assets for a in the digital communications and public relations professional industry. I’ve always viewed social media as a tool to foster and strengthen genuine relationships with people, and to help them become loyal customers. The industry has changed dramatically in just a few years, and I look forward to new advancements in the years decades to come. To read more about my views on the industry, please visit my blog A Brave New World.

Thanks for taking the time to visit, and please feel free to contact me via email, social media channels, or through my blogs.

 

– Stephen  Graveman

Find me here:

A Brave New World (blog)

Twitter (@stephengraveman.com)

LinkedIn

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