Snapp Conner PR Welcomes Seasoned Vet Kelly Wanlass to Team
Wanlass brings more than 15 years of PR, media relations and journalism experience in high-technology industries
SALT LAKE CITY, April 11, 2012 – Snapp Conner PR (http://www.snappconner.com/) has brought 15-plus additional years of public relations experience to its roster with the addition of Kelly Wanlass, to its senior PR consultancy team.
According to Cheryl Snapp Conner, founder and managing partner of Snapp Conner PR, “Kelly’s technology savvy, dedication and business acumen will contribute immediately to our already extensive tech PR expertise.”
Wanlass is a senior-level public relations consultant with more than 15 years proven experience with PR strategy, article and speaker placement, press release/article writing, and the overall positioning of clients – and their executives – as industry thought leaders. She started her career as a writer for The Associated Press and branched into PR at Applied Communications Corp., where she managed media relations for various products at Oracle and Storage Technology, Inc.
As a Senior PR Associate for Snapp Conner PR, Wanlass will manage media relations, communications strategy and speaking opportunities for a variety of clients. In addition, she will participate in press release, case study, whitepaper and Web content writing.
Wanlass has secured coverage for clients in print and online publications including Information Week, Computerworld, eWeek, Computer Reseller News, PC Magazine, TechCrunch, CNET, Mashable, ReadWriteWeb and VentureBeat. Over the past several years, she has focused on getting visibility for technology start-ups and existing companies in the platform-as-a-service, social media and education arenas. She received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Brigham Young University.
In addition to its new-hire, the agency recently re-vamped its Website to include video content of its most recent PR successes.
For more information about Snapp Conner PR and its services, visit www.snappconner.com.