If Marcia Miller had to pick up and go immediately, then she’d make sure to grab a few things before she left. First, she’d grab her duffle bag and then her laptop and iPod. She would grab her journal next, along with every CD she owns. The pictures and concert tickets that adorn her walls would come down and be put in her journal for safe keeping. A towel would be handy too. Miller learned this from “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.” Finally, she would grab a handful of pens and her trusty AP Stylebook.
With her duffle bag full, she’d throw it over her shoulder and pick up her purse. Closing the door behind her, Miller would leave her apartment, head down the stairs and…
Well, Miller went to your office because she’s ready to start a new job. She can be on the move at a moment’s notice, write what needs to be written, edit what needs to be edited and promote what you think the world needs to know. Miller’s got the personality, skills and spunk to succeed in any situation. She’s not afraid of trying new things or getting her feet wet. To her, that’s the fun part of life.
Miller’s moto: If an opportunity doesn’t present itself, then create one.
Miller is a 23-year-old journalism major with an emphasis in public relations graduating Chico State in spring 2010. Her passions include writing, editing, reading, debating, discovering new music and new places to visit, and feeding her hunger for information. She currently is the editorial director at Tehama Group Communications, Chico State’s premier student-managed public relations agency, and a retail sales associate for T-Mobile USA. She prefers to be contacted via e-mail at email@example.com.