Florida State University’s School of Communication alumni are playing an integral part in the success of Moore Communications Group (MCG), a top 75 communications firm nationally, which is headquartered in Tallahassee, Fla.
In April, three FSU alumni were promoted within MCG’s account servicing team to bolster the firm’s renowned commitment and excellence in client servicing.
Audrey Morris (’05), who minored in Communication at Florida State, has been promoted to Managing Director. Located in MCG’s West Palm Beach office, Morris has been instrumental in growing the firm’s presence in South Florida. For the past five years, she has spearheaded the firm’s community and media relations efforts on behalf of a wide variety of clients such as Ford Motor Company, UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement South Florida and Bank of America.
Emily Read (B.S. ’02, M.S. ’05) has been promoted to Senior Director. Read is a two-time graduate of Florida State University, most recently with a master’s degree in Integrated Marketing and Management Communication. With MCG since 2009, Read has excelled in myriad projects on behalf of healthcare and non-profit. Most recently, she led the launch of a national campaign to increase diversity in clinical trials, “I’m In,” on behalf of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA). She has previously worked with clients such as Hospital Corporation of America, Coca-Cola and the Executive Office of the Governor.
Fern Senra (’02) has also been promoted to Senior Director. Since 2009, Senra has brought expertise in Hispanic outreach, helping to launch MCG Latino, the firm’s Hispanic marketing specialty area. He has demonstrated success with some of the agency’s largest clients, such as Ford Motor Company and UnitedHealthcare.
MCG is one of the largest independently owned communications firms in Florida and regularly attends the College of Communication & Information’s bi-annual career fair to recruit interns and full-time employees from Florida State’s School of Communication.