TSTC Publishing Welcomes New Marketing Manager

24 Nov

TSTC Publishing’s new marketing manager is Sheila Boggess. Sheila earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri School Of Journalism.

Previously, Sheila worked as news editor for The Standard-Times in San Angelo, Texas, for nine years and went on to be managing editor of a daily newspaper in northern Arkansas for seven years. She also has led newsrooms in Illinois and Indiana.

In addition to newspapers, Sheila spent three years in public relations for a health care system in her hometown of West Plains, Mo. She brings her acquired knowledge to TSTC. “In every position, I learned one has to market your image and your products. That’s what I look forward to doing here at TSTC.”

Sheila began doing contract work for TSTC Publishing after meeting Publisher Mark Long. After hearing about the open marketing position, she decided to interview. “I was excited that a technical school like TSTC would have the forethought to put the best of their professors’ work into written form.”

She is ready to tackle any marketing challenge TSTC throws her way. “Getting the word out is one of my primary goals in my new position. I also want to take full advantage of the latest in social media … I was excited to attend a social media seminar right here on the TSTC campus my first week at work.”

Sheila and her husband, Bob, live in Prairie Hill, east of Waco. Sheila is also a proud new grandmother to baby Ellanor, born Aug. 5. “I grab time with her as a much as I can!” she said.

Kristin

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2 Responses to “TSTC Publishing Welcomes New Marketing Manager”

  1. Rebecca Brown January 12, 2010 at 3:40 pm #

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    Best,

    Rebecca
    http://www.thecadencegroup.com

    • sheilatstc January 28, 2010 at 8:51 am #

      Rebecca,
      Feel free to send a copy of your book. We would be more than happy to review it and post about it.

      Sheila

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