Did you miss our Greenlee Alumni and Friends Kickoff 2021 virtual event in January? Learn the latest about internships, mentorships and scholarships at the Greenlee School by watching the recorded session.
Rick Phillips (1978) joined Nationwide in 1999, after spending 20+ years working in communications, marketing and public relations positions for Meredith Corporation, United Way of Central Iowa, the Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce Federation and GuideOne Insurance. As Nationwide’s Chief Communications Officer, Phillips was responsible for leader communications, media relations and issues management, employee … Continue reading 2020: Rick Phillips
The Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University has named Rick Phillips the recipient of its 2020 James W. Schwartz Award. The annual award recognizes distinguished service to journalism and communication and is the highest honor conferred by the school.
Shannon Latham (’93 agricultural journalism, public service & administration in agriculture) is the recipient of the 2020 Greenlee Professional Achievement Award, and Kacey Birchmier (’11 journalism) is the recipient of the 2020 Greenlee Young Alumni Award.
Kacey Birchmier (’11 journalism and mass communication) is the Media Relations Manager at Corteva Agriscience. In her role, she is focused on promoting company news and sharing agronomic insights with the media. Kacey is a graduate of Iowa State University with a B.S. in Journalism and Mass Communication. A member of the Agricultural Communicators Network … Continue reading 2020: Kacey Birchmier
Shannon Latham (’93) is co-owner and vice president of Latham Hi-Tech Seeds of Alexander, Iowa. This third-generation, family-owned seed company was founded in 1947 by Willard Latham. Prior to joining Latham Seeds full time in January 2007, Shannon operated her own communications/public relations business. She also has worked in an advertising agency and served as … Continue reading 2020: Shannon Latham
Kim Guthrie (1984) is the President of Cox Media Group and the first female president to serve at its 120-year-old parent company Cox Enterprises. As President, Guthrie runs a $2 billion business, which includes 14 broadcast television stations, 60 radio stations, two daily newspapers and over 100 digital websites. Prior to her promotion, she was … Continue reading 2019: Kim Guthrie
Our workplaces are the best and safest places for individuals to experience civil discussions in today’s political environment, according to keynote speaker Leslie Gaines-Ross, Chief Reputation Strategist at Weber Shandwick. See more ideas for promoting civility and civil discourse in the 2019 Greenlee Summit report-out.