Renee Craig Resume
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Location: Houston, TX, USA
School: University of Texas at Austin
Field of study: Marketing

Renee Craig Resume


The University of Texas at Austin May 202 2
Master of Science , Marketing
• Overall GPA: 3. 67

Coursework Includes: Marketing Management , Statistics for Marketing , Financial Management, Data Analysis and
Visualization , Marketing Analytics , Product and Brand Management , New Venture Strategy , Design Thinking, Dynamic
Pricing, Digital Marketing and Mea surement , Consumer Behavior , Marketing Metrics, Behavioral Economics

The University of Texas at Austin May 20 21
Bachelor of Science , Corporate Communication
Minor: Business
• Overall GPA: 3. 7 8

Craddick Public Relations – Public Relations Coordinator ; Austin , TX Spring 2019 – Present
• Manage media relations, including writing press releases and serving as account representative for clients at events
• Create and track media coverage for over 100 events to present value for clients and demonstrate their local outreach
• Coordinate with the press to distribute tickets and confirm attendance for five Austin Fashion Week shows

Pearl Events – Event Intern ; Austin , TX Winter 2019 – Summer 2019
• Served as point of contact between event planner , contract workers, and clients for onsite troubleshooting
• Supervised up to four vendors per event to manage correct venue implementation

Strategic Sales and Event Planning – Client: Foster Angels of Central Texas Spring 20 20
• Shadowed Marketing Manager in planning a fundraising luncheon to support local youth in foster care system
• Developed a comprehensive event portfolio using Adobe Indesign and Canva to distribute as marketing material

Team Based Communication – C lient: UT Faculty Innovation Center Fall 2018
• Wrote and produced teamwork skills video for incoming freshmen presented during orientation
• Interviewed Quarterback Sam Ehlinger about teamwork to create a training module to engage new students

Delta Delta Delta Sororit y Fall 201 7 – Present
Vice President Administration Fall 2019 – Present
• Transition chapter to a new structure by creating committees, conducting interviews, and leading onboarding sessions
• Meet with officers individually over the course of each semester to foster officer communication and collaboration
• F acilitate weekly one - hour meetings for 42 officers to discuss current chapter operations

Reference Chair Fall 2018 – Fall 2019
• Served on elite membership selection committee tasked with making final decision on 66 of 1070 applicants
• Implemented new technology system within chapter resulting in more efficient selection process

Computer Skills: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, R Studio
Languages: Conversational Spanish
Interests: Orange Theory Fitness, Scuba Diving, Camp Longhorn
Work Eligibility: Eligible to work in the U.S . with no restrictions