Kristina King is a dot-connector and a fearless strategist who is always looking for new ways to create engagement, build brands and apply breakthrough strategies to reputation management for exciting clients. In December of 2014, she will graduate from Ithaca College with a degree in Integrated Marketing Communications, and plans to subsequently work in public relations in New York City.
King's résumé includes multiple internships with full service agencies and public relations firms,as well as relevant positions in research, advertising, management consulting, media and publishing. Additionally, she has maintained the highest grade point average in her major over the last three years, and is a member of three scholastic honors societies at Ithaca. She currently leads a student-run nonprofit consulting firm, and has worked directly with dozens of clients over the last few years while expanding the team from ten consultants to over 100 consulting members working with more than thirty nonprofit clients.
King is passionate about developing new ways to connect the right brands to the right customers, and is looking for a company where she can collaborate with my coworkers to create lasting results that matter. She wants to be shaping the future of public relations and communications and to be able to contribute to a team of dedicated professionals who are excited about the power of breaking through the noise.
King has a solid grasp of public relations strategies and how they are used, as well as the research, writing and editing skills necessary for success in the field. Additionally, she has experience in creating, building and maintaining media relationships and relationships with clients and is able to juggle the myriad responsibilities of a public relations professional with grace and tact.
King is a smart, engaging individual who is eager to collaborate on exciting global projects and contribute 100% to everything she creates. She is a leader on campus and in her community, and looks at every opportunity she has as an invitation to be extraordinary.