Contributors

Pamela Gorsuch heads up communications for the Division of Administration and Finance (A&F) and serves as the editor for the divisional blog. She has a wide array of communications and public relations experience, including planning and implementing large-scale PR campaigns, managing brand social media presences and ghostwriting content for fortune 500 companies including CVS/MinuteClinic. As a two-time TU alumna (Pamela earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Towson), she uses her knowledge of campus to share relevant stories about the division and its employees.

Tyler New is the Communications Assistant for A&F and writes, edits and posts articles for A&F’s blog and Towson Tigers Today. He is a senior majoring in English with a concentration in writing. When not working for A&F, Tyler works as a tutor for Towson’s Writing Center and plays for Towson’s Ultimate Frisbee team.

Amy Juskus is the Communications Graduate Assistant for A&F. In this role, she contributes content for the A&F blog, website and other divisional publications. She is a first year speech-language pathology graduate student. Additionally, Amy has a B.A. in elementary education with an English concentration from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. In her spare time she volunteers at the Hussman Center for Adults with Autism, which is located in TU’s Institute for Well Being.

 

If you would like to contribute a story to the A&F blog, email us at adminfinance@towson.edu

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