When writing the Enterprise Story, it was interesting to see how the story developed into something more than just facts and timelines. Wish Week, a philanthropic week hosted on campus by Chi Omega, turned out to be more than just a week with scheduled events and a specific agenda.
The best way to bring life to my story was through interviewing people and really hearing their experiences and opinions. When locating sources, it was easiest to reach out to the people I knew in the Chi Omega sorority and ask them who would be best to interview for this story. These recommendations ended up being perfect for the story, they were all part of planning the Wish Week and therefore thought passionately about the topic and had a lot of information to give.
After everything needed for the story was gathered, it was typed up as noted and then sorted through, deleting things that were deemed unnecessary and highlighting things that were most important.
Once that was done, compelling the information into an interesting story that would keep the audience engaged wasn’t very hard. This was due to a large amount of relevant information gathered and its interesting nature.
Virginia Hill is a student at the University of Utah graduating Spring 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Strategic Communication with a minor in Multidisciplinary Design.
Virginia has a strong background in marketing. A summer internship at McgarryBowen’s New York offices set her on a successful track in marketing, particularly with design and art.
Since then, she has been working in O.C. Tanner’s marketing department working on designing and building their corperate and jewelry store websites.
She intends to work in the world of marketing and product design. By pairing the two disciplines she has provided herself with a platform for which she can think strategically about products and design in a way that can meet the needs of a market.