Vice President's Office
Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Steve leads efforts to build the university’s global reputation for excellence, improve communications throughout the campus community and shape the newly formed division of Marketing & Communications. Steve came to CMU from the University of Chicago, where he was associate vice president for News and Public Affairs, following a 21-year career in journalism at the Chicago Tribune and other newspapers. Steve has sailed to Greenland in a schooner, traveled the Holy Land with a pope and sampled cheeseburgers with a president. But, all in all, he’d prefer to stand in a river, casting dry flies to rising trout.
Associate Dean for Communications, Mellon College of Science
Jocelyn is responsible for setting communications priorities and strategies for the Mellon College of Science (MCS). With the team at MCS, she works on the college’s website, magazine, social media and events. She is co-leader of marketing for the BrainHub initiative. She was once caught in a water buffalo stampede. Obviously, she survived.
Executive Assistant to the Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Emily’s primary responsibilities at CMU are to set priorities for the vice president's office, manage his schedule, organize meetings and support the assistant vice president for strategy and operations. She earned a certificate in art history from Sotheby's Institute of Art, an offshoot of the famous auction house in England, where she lived for seven months. Previously, Emily worked at The Andy Warhol Museum, where she once met Jane Seymour. Born in Bowling Green, Ohio, Emily is a die-hard Cleveland sports fanatic.
Senior Communications Strategist and Writer, Office of the President
In collaboration with Marketing & Communications, Tricia plans and executes key presidential communications including campus announcements, presentations, correspondence and other executive priorities. Prior to joining CMU, she was a public relations account executive at Stern Advertising where she developed communications strategies for internal and external audiences. Originally from New York City, Tricia lives in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh with her husband, son and crazy cat. She loves finding new and delicious places to eat around town, but her favorite food is popsicles!
Marketing & Communications Analyst
Assistant Dean for Communications, College of Fine Arts
Pam promotes the work of faculty, students, staff and alumni of the university’s College of Fine Arts. She has worked in the communications and public relations industry for more than 30 years. She graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and earned her master’s in human resource management from La Roche College. She travels so often to New York City as part of CMU’s Tony Awards partnership that she looks confident enough for tourists there to keep asking her for directions!