Media coordinator, social media aficionado and public relations maven with a knack for telling stories, an affinity for people, and a hint of humor, Libby is the ultimate socializer. She blends storytelling, judicious thinking, and intuitive people skills to create campaigns that communicate with specific audiences and deliver results.
Libby is a positive go-getter who is willing to take on any task thrown her way and is eager to contribute fresh ideas. With a passion for social media, she’ll be sure to keep you connected and updated on all the latest news and social trends and is ready to further her knowledge into new industries.
She has years of experience with public relations and social media marketing thanks to the two terms she spent serving as the KU Student Senate Communications Director and summers interning in Washington, DC and Kansas City.
Libby is a trendspotter, known for being in tune with pop culture with a thorough grasp of consumer needs and an ability to showcase brands in an authentic light. Skilled in knowing what stories are resonating with people, how to insert brands into timely discussions, and how to capture the imagination of audiences.
Libby’s persuasive, empathetic personality gives her an instinctive ability to cultivate relationships and build rapport quickly with reporters, influencers, and media professionals alike. Libby welcomes any opportunity to advocate on behalf of brands and has a successful track record creating and implementing crisis communication plans.
When she’s not scrolling through your feed, you can find her skiing, reading the newest nonfiction for her bookstagram (@libbyreadsbooks), or chatting with anyone who will listen about the latest in pop culture.
Libby holds a BA in Strategic Communications and a minor in Global and International Studies from the University of Kansas.
Led communications teams of two winning student senate campaigns at the University of Kansas, creating campaign brand, website, platform messaging, establishing a social media presence and working with micro-influencers to elect two winning coalitions of student leaders. In 2018, she helped increase voter turnout by over 32.6%, set a university record-high turnout of the student body, and elected the first openly gay student body president at KU. Her work was recognized nationally as a 2018 first-place winner for market strategy and content exceptionally in tune with audience and market needs.