Category: Journalism and Mass Communication

Cavan Reagan Reichmann ’03

Class: 2003; Journalism and Mass Communication Then: Sketch (editor); Iowa State Daily (editor-in-chief); academic resource coordinator in Maple Hall; Honors Program; Asian Pacific American Awareness Coalition Now: Partner, Social Engagement Chair, Spong PR In his own words: I started my career as a copy editor and designer at The Des Moines Register and was soon … Continue reading Cavan Reagan Reichmann ’03

Katie Tomlinson ‘12

“I’m such a dreamer…” That’s how 2012 Greenlee graduate Katie Tomlinson describes herself now as she works with advertising clients of Marie Claire magazine, doing everything from helping the social and digital team to gathering research to running the Marie Claire Career Network LinkedIn page. Tomlinson, marketing coordinator for Marie Claire, started college unsure of … Continue reading Katie Tomlinson ‘12

Tiffany Daniels ‘06

Tiffany Daniels knows what it’s like to get knocked down and fight to get back on her feet. That experience enables her to connect with the clients of Workforce Solutions Capital Area Workforce Board—the unemployment office for Travis County, Texas—where Daniels was hired in 2012. Daniels double majored in political science and journalism with a … Continue reading Tiffany Daniels ‘06

Rick Montgomery ‘82

As you enter the Kansas City Star’s newsroom, take a right past the Octagon of Knowledge, (employees call it the “Ook,”) and through a maze of cubicles to find Rick Montgomery among 3-foot piles of notes and letters. Montgomery, a Star feature writer, is a traditional journalist. There are a couple coffee-stained reporter’s notebooks all … Continue reading Rick Montgomery ‘82

Carol Corning Hallquist ‘78

“What would it take to feed every hungry child in Kansas City?” That’s the question Carol Hallquist and her team posed to Harvesters, a charitable organization that had requested funding from Hallmark Corporation for their then-small program. Harvesters’ program filled the backpacks of low-income children with food before they headed home from school for the … Continue reading Carol Corning Hallquist ‘78