|Office Location:||Lowell Thomas 212D|
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M.B.A., Suffolk University
Passed the Series 7 and Series 24 financial licensing exams
Jennie Donohue is an award-winning public relations and integrated marketing communication professional with more than 20 years of corporate, agency, higher education and non-profit business experience. Over the years she has held various communication positions with industry-leading organizations such as The Kellogg Company and Fidelity Investments as well as top global public relations agencies Golin/Harris and Manning, Selvage & Lee. Her background spans multiple industries (from food to finance and consumer to business-to-business) as well as various business and communication disciplines.
In addition, Donohue is an experienced lecturer and guest speaker on a variety of public relations, marketing and communication topics. She has been involved in higher education for well over a decade, serving as an adjunct professor for more than five years at Marist College, Mount Saint Mary College and The Culinary Institute of America prior to joining the full-time faculty at Marist in the fall of 2010. She also has managed public relations interns and served as a thesis consultant and alumni student career advisor.
|Awards & Honors:||
2011-2012 School of Communication and the Arts Faculty Member of the Year Award from the Marist College Student Government Association
Public Relations Society of America Silver Anvil Award
Diers, A. R., Pang, A., Donohue, J. (2012). Social media as part of a crisis response strategy: The case of the BP Gulf oil spill. Box case study in Think Public Relations (2nd ed.). Wilcox, D. H., Cameron, G. T., Reber, B. H., & Shin, Jae-Hwa (Authors). p. 177.
Conference Proceedings (Peer Reviewed, Competitively Selected):
Diers, A.R., & Donohue, J. (2012). Transforming crisis to community: A discursive approach for organizations to recognize, understand and develop social media stakeholder communities. Proceedings from the 10th International Conference on Organizational Discourse.
My current research interests are varied and include public relations practice areas such as crisis communication and issue management, integrated communication, as well as traditional and new media.
Member, Public Relations Society of America
President, Board of Directors, Sprout Creek Farm (non-profit educational center, working farm and artisan cheese-maker)
Competitively Selected Conference Presentations:
Diers, A.R., & Donohue, J. (2012). Transforming crisis to community: A discursive approach for organizations to recognize, understand and develop social media stakeholder communities. Presentation at the 10th Annual International Conference on Organizational Discourse, VU University, Amersterdam, the Netherlands.
Diers, A.R., & Donohue, J. (2011). Multi-media strategic crisis engagement: An analysis of BP’s enacted crisis response to the deepwater horizon crisis in 2010. Presentation at the European Public Relations Education and Research Association 2011 Annual Congress, University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K.
Invited Guest Speaker:
Topics include communication technology’s impact on the public relations industry, integrated marketing communication, corporate and agency public relations, media relations, managing events, the business perspective of non-profit partnerships, and keys to academic success, among others.
Marist College Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
North Road Communications (student-run public relations firm)