Media Relations Staff
Ann Pauley, Vice President for Institutional Advancement/Media Relations
Ms. Pauley is responsible for Trinity’s communications and handles all media relations. She manages Trinity’s Public Relations Office, which includes marketing, publications, Trinity’s website, social media and online communications, and she also oversees the Alumnae Affairs Office.
firstname.lastname@example.org 202-884-9725 | Office location: Main 368
Jason Pier ‘08 (BS), ‘11 (MA), Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Communications
Mr. Pier is responsible for the design and production of all of professionally printed publications, including Admissions materials, fundraising materials, and the TRINITY magazine, which he also edits. In addition, Mr. Pier designs all print advertising, reviews radio advertising and collaborates with Admissions on developing marketing plans. He can provide guidance on the proper usage of Trinity’s logo and official colors.
email@example.com 202-884-9710| Office location: Main 366
Timothy Russell ‘12 (MA), Assistant Vice President for Online Communications
Mr. Russell is responsible for Trinity’s website, including the design, navigation, interactive features and content management system. All offices are responsible for managing their web pages using WordPress; Mr. Russell offers WordPress training through the Trinity Institute. He is also responsible for Trinity’s social media and other online communications, including online advertising and mass e-mail communications.
firstname.lastname@example.org 202-884-9712 | Office location: 364
Phillip Reese, Web Specialist
Mr. Reese assists the Assistant Vice President for Online Communications in maintaining the Trinity web presence. Mr. Reese also assists in training Trinity staff in WordPress through the Trinity Institute.
Mr. Reese hails from Detroit, Michigan
email@example.com 202-884-9715 | Office location: 377
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