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Award-winning. Efficient. Savvy.


A marketing communications educator and professional who gets the job done.

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Award-winning. Efficient. Savvy.


A marketing communications educator and professional who gets the job done.

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Graphic design. Web design. Social media. Writing. Editing. Public relations. Media relations. Project management. Digital strategy.

 

I don't play favorites when it comes to communications work. And in today's environment of converging media and technology, being a Jill-of-all-trades has been an asset. On any given day, you might find me managing integrated marketing communications projects, designing print and digital publications, writing marketing content, or creating websites. You name it - I've done it and done it well. And as an agricultural communications faculty member at Oklahoma State University, I get to teach college students tricks of the trade and secrets to success.

While my experience in marketing communications runs deep, my background in agriculture runs even deeper. I grew up on a centennial farm homesteaded by my great-grand-grandfather in the Cherokee Strip Land Run in 1893. In high school, I was honored as Oklahoma's second female to ever be named the Oklahoma FFA State Star Farmer, was a finalist for the Star Farmer of America award and earned three national FFA proficiency awards in diversified crop production, diversified livestock production and grain production. 

My special skills include being a fitness saboteur - I can convince most of my friends to skip lunchtime gym plans to get Mexican food instead. Beyond that considerable talent, I am most proud of my job as wife to Trent and mom to Fletcher and Dax. The Inman boys love Legos and vending machines. They inherited “cool” traits like livestock savvy from their dad and “nerdy” traits like technology literacy from their mom.

Thanks for visiting. Let's be friends!

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