Published on December 8th, 2015 | by Millennium Magazine Staff0
Robyn Rudish-Laning named communications coordinator
Columbia, S.C.–Robyn Rudish-Laning has joined the South Carolina Council on Competitiveness as its communications coordinator. In her new role, she will support the Council’s communications director in execution of day-to-day communications for the organization and its initiatives.
Robyn brings five years of communications and public relations experience to the SC Council on Competitiveness. Immediately prior to joining the Council, she served as marketing coordinator for Eyenavision, Inc., based in Pittsburgh. Her background also includes work with nonprofit organizations and publications, as well as public relations consulting and marketing.
“The South Carolina Council on Competitiveness is looking forward to adding Robyn’s expertise to our growing team,” said President and CEO Ann Marie Stieritz. “Robyn’s background and skills are an asset to the Council in her role coordinating day-to-day communications efforts.”
Robyn, a native of New Jersey, is an active member of the Public Relations Society of America’s South Carolina chapter and currently serves on the Executive Committee of the New Professionals section.
Robyn earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations and a master’s degree in media arts and technology, both from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.
About the South Carolina Council on Competitiveness
The South Carolina Council on Competitiveness is a nonpartisan, business-led non-profit organization committed to advancing the long-term economic competitiveness of our state, industries, and citizens. Our work is accomplished through:
- Actionable research on opportunities and threats to South Carolina’s competitiveness;
- Support of industry clusters that provide South Carolina a competitive advantage; and
- Education and workforce development initiatives that ensure all South Carolina’s citizens are equipped to compete in a global economy.
We execute our work through partnerships recognizing that our state’s economic success is secured through sustained collaboration among the private, public, academic and non-profit sectors. For more information, visit www.sccompetes.org.