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Welcome to the PRSA Northeast Wisconsin chapter

As an extension of the Public Relations Society of America, our vision is to develop PRSA Northeast Wisconsin as the organization to unify, strengthen and advance the profession of public relations within the eight-county area surrounding Lake Winnebago and the bay of Green Bay. We hope you use our chapter events and programs as a key resource in your professional development.

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Olivia Jeske

Olivia Jeske

Where do you work? What is your role at the company?

I recently began working at Plexus Corp., an electronics engineering and manufacturing company headquartered in Neenah. My role at Plexus is the Brand Communications Specialist, a newly formed position that will primarily focus on customer-facing and internal communications. I will also assist with other corporate communication functions as they arise and as the role develops.  

Please share some of your education/ employment background.

I received a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication–Public Relations from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in December of 2013. During my time at UW-Eau Claire, I worked at the university’s News Bureau as a student writer. I created copy for news releases, magazine articles and an online event calendar. In the summer of 2013, I interned at Integrys Energy Group in Green Bay in the Corporate Communications department. There, I gained valuable experience in several aspects of communications and public relations. 

Describe your typical day.

As I have been at Plexus for just over a month, my daily schedule is still being formed. However, I think the joy of being in the public relations field is that I never may have a “typical” day in my job. In the future, I envision that my days will be filled with crafting both internal and external messages, responding to information requests from customers and catering to the needs of whichever projects may arise. 

What do you hope to get out of PRSA?

I was involved in the UW-Eau Claire chapter of PRSSA for two years, and I greatly appreciated my experiences and the relationships I formed along the way. In PRSA, I hope to continue this trend by participating in events that will help improve my professional skills in addition to creating connections with those in my field of work. 

Any hobbies?

Music has always been a big part of my life, and I love to sing (whether in the car or with a choir). In my free time, I also enjoy spending quality time with friends, sitting down with a good book and trying new things.