The Communication Leadership graduate program has cultivated an invaluable network of community partners, industry contacts, and thought leaders. We strive to connect students and alumni to these valuable resources while they’re in the program, and after they’ve graduated.
- Monthly happy hours hosted by prospective employers
- An advisory network that advises our curriculum and serves as guest speakers in our classes
- Professional development opportunities at various events, including the Seattle Interactive Conference, in-nw, SXSW, Emerald City Comic Con.
In June, Comm Lead hosts a year-end celebration where students present their work to the community at large.
Ultimately, Comm Lead citizenship helps our students to “extend their reach” well beyond what they may have been able to accomplish on their own.
Our career coach, Angee Linsey has extensive communications industry experience. She offers regular workshops to our students, along with one-on-one consultations.
Angee Linsey, Career Coach
An executive recruiter and career coach, Angee Linsey helps organizations find the best and brightest marketing and communications talent, and helps individuals achieve their career goals. A dynamic speaker and contributor to global professional publications and websites, Angee also provides career services workshops and coaching to communications and marketing professionals. As part of this work, she partners with the University of Washington to serve students in the Master’s in Communication in Communication Leadership program.
Prior to starting her own firm, Linsey Careers, Angee has recruited in-house for companies in industries including wine, technology, telecommunications, consumer products, homebuilding and hospitality. She also was an award-winning public relations and corporate communications professional in corporate, agency and military environments where she served through retirement as a Navy Reserve Public Affairs Officer.
Angee earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the prestigious School of Journalism at the University of Missouri, and a Master of Arts degree in Career Development from John F. Kennedy University in Northern California.
When not working, Angee enjoys traveling and photographing the world, and hiking the beautiful Puget Sound with her dog Taz.
We’re regularly approached by organizations seeking to employ our students and graduates. To connect to those career opportunities, visit any of our social channels.