What Can You Do With A Mass Communication Degree?

Every business or organization needs great communicators. A degree in mass communication is one of the most versatile tools for the job market. Here's a look at what just a few of our notable alumni are doing:

Alumni Jennie Armstrong and Claire Biggs

Jennie Armstrong, 2011
Clare Biggs, 2011

Cofounders,
Lore de Force

Jesse Barnett

Jesse Barnett, 2013

Account Director,
BBDO Worldwide

Photo: Zach Barnett

Zach Barnett, 2017

Special Assistant to the Office Administrator
U.S. Small Business Administration, D.C.

Photo: Matt Barnidge

Matt Barnidge, 2010

Assistant Professor
Department of Journalism & Creative Media, University of Alabama

Amy Brittain

Amy Brittain, 2009

Reporter
The Washington Post

Kaci Cazenave

Kaci Cazenave, 2016

Strategic Business Planning Analyst
University Medical Center, New Orleans

Cassandra Chandler

Cassandra Chandler, 1979

Senior Advisor
Treliant Risk Advisors

Photo: Patrick Clay

Patrick Clay, 2014

Lead Sports Anchor & Reporter
WLOX-TV in Biloxi

Dillon Couvillon

Dillon Couvillon, 2008

Supervising Producer
The Steve Harvey Show

Savannah Dickinson

Savannah Dickinson, 2017

Account Executive
Portland Communications, Washington, D.C.

Emily Dixon

Emily Dixon, 2009

Coordinator of Offensive Operations
LSU Football

Kevin Dupuy Jr.

Kevin Dupuy, Jr., 2015

Digital Journalist
WWL-TV, New Orleans

Photo: Leigh Fairey

Leigh Fairey

Associate Production Manager
Turner Sports

Photo: John Ford

John Ford

Communications Director
Texas Association of Health Plans

Photo: Lance Frank

Lance Frank, 2011

Executive Director of Communications
CBS News

Photo: Ginger Gibson

Ginger Gibson, 2008

Washington Correspondent
Thomson Reuters

Photo: Mark Grant

Mark Grant, 1981

Director
CBS Sports

Manship School Alum Dan Hatfield

Dan Hatfield, 1986

Mercury News & East Bay Times
San Francisco, CA

 

Manship School Alum Halley Holdsworth

Halley Holdsworth

Client Partner, Global Marketing Solutions
Facebook

 

Manship School Alum Natalie Jennings

Natalie Jennings

Editor, The Fix
The Washington Post

 

Bryan Jones

Bryan Jones, 2005

Associate Vice President
HNTB, an infrastructure solutions firm

Manship School Alumn Megan Kelty

Megan Kelty, 2005

Associate Producer,
60 Minutes, CBS News

Kylie Shae Keyser

Kylie Shae Keyser, 2016

Press Assistant
Washington D.C. Office, Senator John Kennedy

Photo: Norisha Kirts

Norisha Kirts, 2003

President
NRK Construction

Photo: Chelsea LeBlanc

Chelsea LeBlanc, 2014

Reporter/ Producer, The Louisiana Weekend.com
WAFB Channel 9

 

 

Photo: Ryan Martin

Ryan Martin

Principal and General Counsel
LDR Investment Group

 

 

Photo: Seth Medvin

Seth Medvin, 2013

Strategic Communications Manager
Denver Broncos

 

 

Aly Neel

Aly Neel

Policy and Advocacy Strategist for Global Policy
United Nations Foundation (UNF)

Lindsay Rabalais

Lindsay Rabalais, 2011
M.M.C. 2013

Attorney
Taylor, Wellons, Politz & Duhe

Photo: Kia Sims

Kia Sims, 2018

Faith & Community Outreach Specialist
Office of Governor John Bel Edwards

Photo: Meg Casper Sunstrom

Meg Casper Sunstrom, 1994

Deputy Commission for Strategic Communication
Louisiana Board of Regents

Manship School Alum Justin Sylvester

Justin Sylvester

Co-host, Daily Pop
Correspondent, E! News

Photo: Kelsey Wingert

Kelsey Wingert, 2014

Sideline Reporter, Host
Fox Sports South, Southeast (Atlanta Braves)