JSC Helps Build Relationships with Peers, Mentors and Professors
Columbia, Mo. (May 19, 2014) — The Missouri School of Journalism recently announced the new slate of Journalism Student Council officers for the 2014-15 academic year.
JSC hosts events to give students the opportunity to build relationships with peers, mentors and professors. These might include networking events, resume and cover letter workshops as well as upperclassmen panels. JSC also assists with the May and December commencement ceremonies.
The new officers will be:
- President: Chelsey Ulrich
Ulrich, from Wayzata, Minnesota, is a junior studying strategic communication with an emphasis in public relations. She is also pursuing two minors: business and philosophy. Ulrich will intern in the office of Congressman Erik Paulsen, MN-03.
- Vice President: MacKenzie Reagan
Reagan is a sophomore journalism major from Oakton, Virginia. She will be the editor of MOVE Magazine for the 2014-15 school year.
- Director of Events: Gabry Tyson
Tyson, from Middletown, Pennsylvania, is a junior pursuing three majors: international strategic communication international studies with an emphasis in peace studies and religious studies. She has been on the dean’s list every semester. Tyson is a member of the Religion Newswriters Association and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She plans to study abroad in Milan, Italy, during the spring 2015 semester.
- Director of Communication: Tommy Kackley
Kackley, from Liberty, Missouri, is a junior studying broadcast journalism. He serves as a digital producer and trains production assistants at KOMU-TV.
- Treasurer/Secretary: Micheala Sosby
Sosby, from Chesterton, Indiana, is a sophomore studying convergence journalism. She is a member of the University of Missouri Honors College. Sosby serves as a staff writer at MizzouRec Services and Facilities and as a columnist for the Northwest Indiana Times Young Voices section. She previously served as an editorial/marketing intern at The Times Media Company. Sosby was the recipient of the Journalism Education Association 2013 Journalist of the Year scholarship and the Hoosier State Press Association Large Division Scholarship.
Updated: July 27, 2020