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By Lauren Stewart
Assistant director for development
“Champions of Change” honoree and VCU School of Mass Communications alumnus, Dr. J. Suzanne Horsley, was recognized at the White House on Friday, Sept. 14 for her volunteer work with the American Red Cross.
Serving the American Red Cross for the past seven years, Horsley dedicates her time as a disaster public affairs volunteer, as well as volunteering at the local level for the West Alabama Chapter of the American Red Cross.
As an assistant professor of advertising and public relations at the University of Alabama, Horsley was also recognized for her involvement with student volunteerism.
Through her public relations service-learning projects, Horsley empowers students to hone their professional skills and direct their expertise toward community needs.
Prior to working at the University of Alabama, Horsley held two positions at VCU as a public affairs specialist for the News Services office, as well as the director of alumni relations for the School of Mass Communications.
The Champions of Change program, alongside the Obama Administration and Red Cross members world-wide, also honored nine other volunteers and employees with Horsley.
Additional information about the Champions of Change program can be found here: http://www.whitehouse.gov/champions.
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