8 thoughts on “Meet LCI’s Newest Recruit

  1. Sarah, it’s so great to have you on our team and I want to give a big shout-out as well to Heather Fernandez, formerly of our Seattle affiliate PR agency, The Fearey Group – and SF’s Sam Singer – who also made us aware of you! One thing I’d add that made your resume stand out: you worked in the media for the Palo Alto and Los Altos newspapers. I think that makes for a well-rounded communications professional. Welcome aboard! Cheers, David

  2. Welcome to LCI Sarah – the tenacity you showed in keeping in touch with David is exactly what you need in the PR world!

  3. It’s not the major. It’s having the right attitude and the willingness to learn. My niece once urged me to help her best friend out. She had a mathematics degree and could not get a job.
    She started as an intern and soon became an account executive. She moved up the corporate ladder and today after more than 15 years she is doing very well in the healthcare industry in Canada.

  4. Very nice blog Sarah, congratulations on making the breakthrough. My first foray into PR was in the 90s; as a recent graduate (English Lit / Media Studies) I wrote to 20+ agencies offering to work for free just to get some experience under my belt. Only 1 agency even bothered replying – that agency was Cullen Communications and today I still work with them! Have a good day and cheers from Dublin, Ireland.

  5. Welcome Sarah! We’re so happy to have you join our happy band. My first foray into PR involved a typewriter and a landline…:)

  6. Sarah – congratulations on your first PR job out of college. I hope you will find the position both rewarding and challenging. My first job in PR was at a high-tech PR firm outside of D.C. I guess it was fated that I’d end up moving to The Bay Area where tech is king. I think you’ll find agency life fast-paced and an ideal setting to grow and mold your skills quickly. Welcome!

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