ATLANTA – June 2018 – Cookerly Public Relations, a leading public relations and marketing agency, recently welcomed two summer interns to its staff.
A graduate of the University of Georgia, Anne has a degree in journalism in addition to a minor in Spanish. Fluent in Spanish, she spent two years teaching English in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Public relations has always been an area of strong interest for Anne, and she recently completed a post-graduate internship where she gained experience in media relations, account work and promotional events.
In her free time Anne enjoys traveling, hiking, playing beach volleyball, exploring Atlanta hot spots and tapping into the city’s diverse music scene.
A rising senior at Ole Miss (University of Mississippi), Elizabeth is a native Atlantan and is eager to gain practical know-how to complement her degree in journalism with a specialization in public relations and a minor in education. Over the last few years, she developed a passion for communications while working at the Georgia National Guard Public Affairs Office.
Elizabeth’s leisure activities include a keen interest in landscape photography, cooking and playing cards and other games with family and friends. She also enjoys traveling; her current count is 15 countries and 32 states.
“We are impressed with Elizabeth and Anne who have enthusiastically jumped in to agency life and are making contributions to our team,” said Jane Stout, executive vice president. “We strive to provide our interns with meaningful opportunities to acquire hands-on involvement with different types of clients and learn about strategic public relations in action.”
About Cookerly Public Relations
Cookerly Public Relations provides focused, public relations counsel to an array of clients – from Fortune 500 companies to the public sector—across a broad range of industries including finance, environment, healthcare, technology and professional services. The seasoned experience of the Cookerly team delivers measurable results that strengthen our clients’ bottom lines through effective media relations, issues management and crisis communication, branding, and B-to-B and B-to-C marketing communications.