Andie Davis is a recent University of Oregon graduate ready to dive head-first into the public relations world. During her time as an Oregon Duck, Andie was an active member of her school’s Public Relations Student Society of America, helping them recruit new members and telling featured members’ stories through social media.
Prior to joining Landis Communications Inc., Andie oversaw creative communications for the Marin County Department of Cultural Services, where she managed their social media, wrote press releases and hosted events. These events included the first-ever virtual Marin County Fair, drive-thru summer and Halloween celebrations, virtual contests and Frank Lloyd Wright virtual tours – all designed to help build a sense of community during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. Andie also has helped develop a strategic campaign for 90by30, a Lane County, Oregon-based non-profit focused on reducing child abuse and neglect. The campaign aimed to reduce the stigma around talking about a difficult subject while also helping the broader community understand its role in preventing child abuse and neglect before it happens.
Andie always brings her “A-game” and creative skills to the table with her experience in Adobe Premiere, graphic design and social media.
When she is not working, Andie enjoys visiting SFMOMA, taking her Siberian Husky, Indie, to the beach, brushing up on her photography skills and finding the best restaurants and hangouts in San Francisco.