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About Adrienne

Are you looking for someone who excels at digital media but still understands the importance of traditional PR and marketing?

flower-red centerAdrienne Royer is a digital media professional with a solid background in traditional PR and fundraising. She’s been at the forefront of social media and has successfully integrated these new technologies into campaigns since 2006.

Adrienne also has a great mix of experience at the local, state and national level. She’s worked on non-partisan public health issues such as smoke-free laws, but she’s also delved into conservative politics and worked for figures such as Governor Sarah Palin and Senator Rick Santorum. Adrienne has also spent time in the nonprofit and state government sectors.

If you need someone who understands how to manage a project with a national figure but can still relate to every day bloggers, Adrienne is the project manager and strategist for you.

About Adrienne

adrienne-cell phoneAdrienne Royer holds an M.A. in public communications from American University and a journalism degree from the University of Tennessee. A blogger since 2003, Adrienne has worked in social media, grassroots organizing, nonprofit communications, fundraising and public affairs.

Most recently, Adrienne served as the Communications Director for the Bielat for Congress campaign in Massachusetts. Prior to that, she served as a communications specialist for the Southeast Tennessee Development District, a special purpose unit of government that serves the county and municipal governments in Southeast Tennessee and Northeast Georgia. Due to state budget cuts, her position was eliminated last May.

Adrienne has previously worked on online grassroots organizing for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and launched CampusReform.org, a social network for politically-active college students. She also worked on online fundraising and email marketing for the Sarah Palin Legal Defense Fund, Senator Rick Santorum’s America’s Foundation, Renewing American Leadership and numerous political races for U.S. House and Senate races. She also worked for Girls Incorporated of Chattanooga and served as an AmeriCorps VISTA at the Creative Discovery Museum.

Since returning to Chattanooga in the spring of 2011, Adrienne has volunteered for the Junior League of Chattanooga and Salvation Army. She also serves on the board of the Lookout Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and Young Professionals Association of Chattanooga.