Miriam Kramer (BS/JEM’11) was recently named as Mashable’s First Space Reporter. Kramer will pioneer a new beat on space sciences for Mashable as it expands its science coverage. “We’ve seen tremendous demand from our audience to better understand the constantly evolving world around them, from extreme weather events to the social and economic issues it impacts around the globe,” said Jim Roberts, Chief Content Officer and Executive Editor of Mashable. “It’s important to us to continue to make sense of these complex issues using a mix of storytelling tools that resonate best with our audience. Miriam is an eminent player in science journalism, and we’re excited to have her join the Mashable team.” She joins Mashable in April and can be found on Twitter at @mirikramer.
Isaac Wright (BS/PR ’03) was named one of the “40 best and brightest campaign professionals under 40 years old” in American politics at the annual AAPC Pollie Awards. His project, Correct The Record, also won the top Pollie awarded for SuperPAC online communication in 2014. Wright currently serves as Vice President of American Bridge and Director of Correct The Record by American Bridge. He was named the CCI Public Relations Alumnus of the Year in 2014.