KPS3 Marketing, a full-service marketing and digital communications firm, has hired Jancy Ulch as public relations coordinator.
Her responsibilities include supporting the strategic communications discipline through public relations efforts, and creating and disseminating content across social media and other channels.
Prior to joining KPS3, Ulch was a public information intern at the Nevada Department of Agriculture, where she assisted in state-wide public relations and communications efforts, and social media coordination. Before that, Ulch was a public relations intern at a Reno agency, where she monitored and managed client blogs and social media.
Ulch graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in May with a bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in strategic communications and a minor in business administration.
NCJFCJ and KPS3 awarded prestigious Silver Anvil
The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) and KPS3 received the prestigious award for the Most Effective Campaign On A Shoe String for Nonprofit Organizations for their Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect campaign at the annual Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Anvil Awards ceremony in New York City. Since 1944, the Silver Anvil, which symbolizes the forging of public opinion, has been annually awarded to organizations that have successfully addressed contemporary issues with exemplary professional...
The NCJFCJ and KPS3 named finalists in national PRSA Silver Anvil Awards
Deemed “the Oscars of the communications industry,” the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) and KPS3 have been named a finalist in the national 2019 PRSA Silver Anvil Awards. The award entry is for the Most Effective Campaign On A Shoe String Budget for Nonprofit Organizations. NCJFCJ and KPS3’s entry was for the outreach campaign, Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect, created and developed in Reno, Nev. Of the hundreds of entries submitted, only 112 organizations were...
Getting my APR raised my B-A-R
It goes without saying that I get bored easily. I’m a “whirling dervish” if you will. My schedule is always packed with a jammed calendar of client meetings, media activities, a million assignments and social events, and most have told me that they cannot keep up with me. Yet, I was at a point in my career where I wanted another challenge. Getting an MBA was not in my future – it’s just something I felt wasn’t in my...