About Us

The blog has been created by a Creative Consultants (PRSSA’s student-run PR firm) team at the University of Georgia, in consultation with The Wilderness Society. Each author is responsible for his or her own content. Our goal is to promote wilderness and inspire college students to act in ways to protect and preserve the environment.

Additionally, it is our long-term goal to expand this project to colleges and universities in other states. If you would like to contribute to this effort, please contact us via the information on our contact page, and feel free to comment on our posts.

Thank you!

Jade Thomas: Account Executive

Hi! My name is Jade Thomas and I am a Public Relations major and Speech Communication minor from Snellville, Georgia.

Couper Cox: Jr. Account Executive

Hey- My name is Couper Cox and I am a Public Relations major from St. Simons Isl Georgia.

Emily Escoe: Team Member

Hey, I’m Emily Escoe. I am a Public Relations major from Toccoa, Georgia.

Rachel McDaniel: Team Member

I’m Rachel McDaniel and I’m a Public Relations major and senior at UGA from Kennesaw, Ga.

Leila Choucair: Team Member

I’m Leila Choucair. I’m a freshman at UGA majoring in Public Relations

Jeremy Cherson: Guest Writer

My name is Jeremy Cherson and I am a senior at American University in Washington DC studying environmental policy from Norcross, GA. I am currently the wilderness campaign intern at The Wilderness Society.


4 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Therese Fitzgerald said,

    Congratulations, Bright Women, for showing the way so clearly and energetically!

  2. 3

    Rebecca Holton said,

    Congrats to the new CC team! I know yall will do an amazing job with this blog 🙂

  3. 4

    Ryan Pleune said,

    I’m really excited to find this blog and place for creative ideas. I met Bill Meadows at a film festival in DC last spring and I mentioned my concern that wilderness advocates did not appeal to the students of color I work with in various k-12 settings.

    Sounds like WildernessU may address some of those concerns that will help my students see themselves in the eyes, noses and mouths of wild land activists – Thank you all for the work you are doing.

    I’ll be in touch about how to get this going in Utah.

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