My name is Lillian Bell and I am studying Public Relations and Marketing at Bowling Green State University. I am passionate about what I do and I am excited to get into the field of Public Relations after college. I chose this line of study because I have always enjoyed writing and I wanted to be able to use my skills in a way to help promote businesses.
Working with social media is another thing I have always found interesting. I have enjoyed being able to work on increasing views on social media sites with past clients I have worked with. This past summer I was able to complete an internship with Northwest Ohio Community Shares. While I was there I was able to get valuable real world experience and I created a number of contacts with local professionals that I can use in the future.
I would highly recommend getting involved while in school, whether it’s in clubs on campus or through internships as the experience is very valuable. To learn more about my internship and involvement please take a look at my resume. I am looking forward to getting more experience in the field of Journalism and look forward to what is to come!
Faces of BG Interview
I interviewed Matthew Barrow, a junior at BGSU. He is involved in Greek Life at and is in Sigma Phi Epsilon, a fraternity at BGSU. Matthew talks about what it is like to be apart of this community within Bowling Green and how it affects the greater good of the Bowling Green community.Listen to the edited interview here
I interviewed Kaitlyn Soldner and Mary Hartman, both BGSU students involved in Greek Life on campus. They will be speaking about each of their different experiences in Greek Life in their different chapters, Alpha Xi Delta and Kappa Kappa Gamma, and why they enjoy being in this organization.Listen to the edited interview here
A Day at the Park: Slideshow Project
I used this project to show a day at the park and all of the activities that can be done there. With COVID-19 going on, getting outdoors and being active is a great way to clear your head. It is important to focus on all that we can do vs what we cannot.