Jacqueline Lee, also known as Jacqi Briana, is an account coordinator at GURU Public Relations Events & Concierge. She currently handles the entertainment segment of the company, and is transitioning into corporate business clients as well. Her specialties include brand development, creative planning strategies, social media campaigns and event planning.
Jacqi graduated from Oakland University in 2013 with a major in communications and a minor in public relations. Still fresh in the industry, Jacqueline is planning and handling the public relations efforts for the first Fall Festival fair for OUCares, Oakland University Center for Autism Research, Education and Support.
Aside from her public relations endeavors, Jacqueline is a writer for the PR Diaries blog. She is also a member of the Honors College at Oakland University where she is completing her first published work, Women of Color and Reality TV, taking a critical look at how audiences consume and make sense of reality television. She was an advertising manager for the Oakland Post and is currently an associate editor for the Honors College Critical and Creative Society. Jacqueline is also a part of the Honors College Student Association special events team.
Jacqueline has numerous honorable achievements. In 2013, she was the recipient of the Nancy A. French and Richard D. French Public Relations awards and was featured in the Communication and Journalism Student Showcase for her outstanding work. Outside of her major, Jacqueline is an Academic Achievement Awardee, Michigan Competitive Scholar, an active member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society, Golden Key International Honour Society, and holds repeat Dean’s List appearances.
In her spare time, Jacqueline is very active in the community. She volunteers for OUCares and Gleaners Food Bank. She is also a part of 812OU Campus Ministry where she conducts occasional breakout bible study sessions, and L.O.V.E. Naturally, an organization for women’s empowerment and being comfortable with your natural beauty.
Known for her persistence and strong personality, Jacqueline is quickly making the transition from a communications student to a public relations professional. Her creativity, limitless ideas and overall drive make her a valuable asset. Above all, Jacqueline is a sincere, honest individual with amazing potential to make a huge mark in the public