Christine McFaul at One Spark Hi, my name is Christine McFaul and I’m a senior public relations student minoring in community leadership who is looking to travel and gain experience in the field of public relations while pursuing my degree at the University of North Florida. My career goal is to one day have my own creative agency with as my inspiration, but for now I’m looking to obtain a position in the area of hospitality while traveling. My confidence, combined with my impeccable social skills, and experience with hospitality is exactly what will prepare me for this opportunity. I grew up in South Florida, a tropical climate with high tourism. I’ve always enjoyed getting to know people. Traveling has given me the opportunity to grow as a leader, embrace diversity and keep an open mind to out-of-the-box ideas. I now live in Jacksonville and volunteer at the University of North Florida student publication Spinnaker Magazine. I am particularly focused on utilizing the social media as an alternative platform for information. My internship with the website this past summer has given me in skills in writing and editing blog posts. I’m currently working as public relations intern for the crowd funding festival One Spark held April 9-13 in Downtown Jacksonville. I also have experience in creating posts on Facebook and Instagram for a social media campaigns that I’ve created, “UNF Supports Catty Shack Ranch” and “UNF Gives Voice to the Orcas.” I have a self-taught passion for photography; I love taking pictures and telling stories through photos. Recently, I launched a new website for my photography to display my photography and host discounted photography sessions. I am a creative thinker and I enjoy using my photojournalism skills to create just the right combination of visually appealing graphics with the cleverest tag lines. I hope this helps you in getting to know me a little bit better. You can view my LinkedIn profile by clicking here. Please feel free to contact me at any time!


Christine McFaul

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