Bryce leads the University’s integrated communications efforts, working to communicate MBU’s distinct brand to its many stakeholders. Bryce’s chief responsibility is to plan and execute the University’s brand awareness campaign in the St. Louis market. In his role, Bryce oversees strategic communications efforts related to visual identity, media relations and digital communication. Bryce is the editor of the University’s award-winning MBU Magazine. Bryce holds an MA in Media Communication from Webster University and a BA in Technical Journalism from Colorado State University.
Coral is the digital and editorial strategist for Missouri Baptist University. Coral manages digital platforms for MBU including websites, social media and other avenues. Additionally, Coral builds strategies to tell the University’s story, including serving as the managing editor for the University’s bi-annual alumni magazine, MBU Magazine and creating content for digital media and printed material. Coral holds a M.A. in Strategic Communications and Leadership from Maryville University, with research interests in self-efficacy, mentorship and women’s leadership development. She graduated from MBU summa cum laude with majors in public relations and communications studies. Coral also brings copywriting, strategy and digital media experience from her time with an advertising agency based in St. Louis.
Jenny helps to drive the visual identity of the MBU Brand. She manages the production of all University print pieces–from creative conceptualizing to print production–and is the official MBU campus photographer. Jenny partners with University departments to produce moving creative concepts that help push the University’s brand forward. Jenny holds a BA in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville.
Katlyn works to keep the University website up-to-date and shares the most current MBU stories through Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.She is a 2012 graduate from Union University in Jackson, Tenn., with a BA in journalism and minor in photojournalism.