Kaila Yancey is a small town girl from Akron, Ohio with a new love for sweet, southern hospitality. She moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 8th grade and set way after high school on her journey to Georgia State University. Kaila loves Georgia State because to her it made Georgia a place that she can now call home. She is currently a Resident Assistant for Piedmont North, a member of The 1913 Society, and a member of Public Relations Student Society of America. Kaila enjoys helping others and inspiring her residents to get involved on campus. She is currently a senior at GSU and has the dream of going to grad school in New York City, and eventually owning her own public relations and marketing firm one day.
Antonio Garcia is a filmmaker who started his college career at Georgia Highlands College, where he received state and regional awards in journalism while an editor of the student newspaper. Though journalism was an interest, filmmaking was always what he wanted to do, and Georgia State University was the ideal school because of the location and the opportunity to help make Atlanta the next big film city. After transferring to Georgia State, Antonio has become an award-winning filmmaker, the president of the Georgia College Press Association, and a brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi. He plans to be among the vanguard of artistic filmmakers rising from Atlanta.
Donte Brown is a student photographer at Georgia State University. After finishing his first year at Georgia State he began working for GSU’s Public Relations as a social media student assistant. Not only does he work behind the desk but he is also a photographer for not only models, but also other events such as weddings and concerts. In addition to being a photographer, he is also a full time student majoring in film and video. He aims to excel in everything that he places his hand on.
Terry Coniglio lives and breathes social media, and for the past three years she has used her digital skills to tell the story of Georgia State University. Before she arrived at Georgia State, there was no centralized social media presence for the university; Terry has been able to tweet and like the brand to the top of the conversation. She has more than seven years of higher education administration experience through her time at Duke Corporate Education, Cornell University and Georgia State University. Additionally, she has worked abroad in both the United Kingdom and Japan and has a plan to bake her way out of a zombie apocalypse.
In addition to her work for Public Relations and Marketing Communications, Terry is pursing a MBA with a concentration in Marketing from the Robinson College of Business.