Executive Director, Marketing and Communications
Office: 50 Mooreland Ave
Connie oversees a talented team of communications professionals who are responsible for enhancing the national and international reputation of Dickinson as a premier liberal arts college. Working collaboratively with departments across campus, she and her team develop and execute a comprehensive strategic marketing plan to engage the college’s various constituencies.
Associate Director of Media Relations
Office: Room 119, 50 Mooreland Ave
Christine works with Pennsylvania and national media to advance the people, programs and initiatives of Dickinson College. She also works closely with the media-relations student writers in creating and editing news releases for dissemination to the media.
MaryAlice Bitts Jackson
Office: Room 104, 50 Mooreland Ave
MaryAlice writes, proofs and copy-edits various electronic and print publications for internal and external audiences. She also contributes to Dickinson Magazine and edits the Calendar of Arts.
Associate Director for Editorial Services
Office: Room 100, 50 Mooreland Ave
Lauren writes and copy-edits various publications for internal and external audiences and is the main admissions communications liaison. As assistant editor of Dickinson Magazine, she also is responsible for writing articles and managing the class notes section.
Director of Media Relations
Office: Room 120, 50 Mooreland Ave
Christine provides national and international visibility in the media for the college and its many programs, initiatives and achievements. She also works with faculty and administrators in planning communication strategies for internal and external audiences.
Director of Editorial Services
Office: Room 102, 50 Mooreland Ave
Matt manages Editorial Services, working with a variety of campus offices and departments on publications and marketing communications projects. He is also the communications coordinator for the First in America capital campaign and a contributing writer for Dickinson Magazine.
Production and Budget Coordinator
Office: Room 115, 50 Mooreland Ave
Judy coordinates the production of all print materials for the Department of Creative Services and serves as budget coordinator for the Office of Marketing and Communications.
Office: 103, 50 Mooreland Ave
Tony writes, proofs and copy-edits various electronic and print publications for internal and external audiences and is a contributing writer for Dickinson Magazine.
Director of Design Services
Office: Room 123, 50 Mooreland Ave
Kim manages Design Services, oversees the design and production of college publications and helps set and monitor Dickinson's visual-identity system.
Director of Visual Media
Office: 118, 50 Mooreland Ave
Joe oversees visual content for the department. He produces and distributes videos, as well as operates the Visual Communication Studio.
Associate Director of Design Services
Office: Room 121, 50 Mooreland Ave
Pat designs and oversees production of printed marketing materials for the college. She designs most of The Trout Gallery and arts-related publications, including the Calendar of Arts.
Senior Administrative Assistant
Office: Room 122, 50 Mooreland Ave
Denise assists in editing publishing of the Events Calendar and Announcements page. Beyond assisting with media relations and Dickinson Magazine, she also sends out hometown news releases on student achievements, such as dean’s list and Commencement.
Director of Online Marketing
Office: Room 115, 50 Mooreland Ave
Sarah develops interactive features and maintains content to ensure a consistent narrative and brand on the web. She also creates web graphics and oversees the college's social media presence.
Editor, Dickinson Magazine
Office: Room 101, 50 Mooreland Ave
Michelle is the editor of Dickinson Magazine and Extra Features. She also writes, proofs and copy-edits various electronic and print publications for internal and external audiences.
Carl Sander Socolow '77
Office: Room 112, 50 Mooreland Ave
Carl provides photographs for a wide range of college publications and Web sites. In addition, he is available to the campus community for college-related photography needs.