Three new interns are working under the guidance of Dr. Lori Pindar as media communication and engagement inters this summer. Their internships experience in the Department of Communication will include content creation for the departmental blog, YouTube Channel, and other social as well as alumni outreach and interviews, external communication management and upkeep of the departmental newsletter. Learn more about Abbie, Hannah, and Jackson below!
Abbie Panuccio is a junior marketing major with a minor in sports communication. Hailing from Greenville, South Carolina, she is the youngest of four girls. She and her sisters grew up as tigers which did not make Abbie’s decision difficult when it was time to look at colleges. Abbie’s favorite part of Clemson is the Clemson family and her fondest memories are walking the dikes and the many meals she has had at the Esso Club with her friends. She is also deeply involved in the campus community as a member of Alpha Delta Pi where she serves as the chair of special events as well as a member of Fellowship Christian Athletes where she serves on the prayer and encouragement team. Abbie’s passion to serve others has served her well at Clemson through the numerous opportunities Clemson has provided her and she is happy to call Clemson her home.
Hannah Hank is a 20 year old international student-athlete who will be a junior this year as she continues her degree as an English major with a minor in Communication. Hannah calls Port Lincoln, South Australia home, growing up on the beautiful coast of the Eyre Peninsula, her family runs an oyster farm/tour operator business called Experience Coffin Bay. In her free time she enjoys being by the ocean/lake/pool, hikes and spending time with friends and family. She represented her state at the Australian Basketball Championships and was selected for two Junior National squads before being recruited to Clemson University. Since moving to the United States to continue her education and basketball career, Hannah has joined the Tiger Leadership Academy and recently was appointed as an ambassador for Tigers Around the Globe (TAG) affiliated with the athletic department.
Jackson Moehler is a junior Sports Communication major with minors in psychology and nonprofit leadership. She is from Marietta, Georgia and is the oldest of five siblings. In her free time, she loves to hang out with her family and friends, try new restaurants (follow her food Instagram @tigertown_treats), and watch her favorite television show, Friends. Jackson also has a 9-month-old golden retriever puppy named Boone. Boone loves going on walks at the dike and swimming at the rowing docks! Jackson grew up playing soccer and basketball and now is a member of the Clemson Women’s Soccer team. Jackson chose Clemson University because she loved the family atmosphere of both the campus and the people. She also loved how sports plays a huge role in the culture of Clemson and how everyone rallies together for all of the different athletic teams. Jackson chose Sports Communication as her major because she wanted to be able to learn about the inner workings of a sports team and organization from a school that is known for their athletics. Sports have helped shape her into who she is, and she would love to start a career with any major sports organization within their media department.
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