Caroline Guy is a recent graduate of Baldwin Wallace University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and specializations in Public Relations and Spanish. Among other experiences, she served as an Account Specialist for St. Paul Lutheran Church (Berea) where she assisted in creating a digital marketing plan for the congregation. She also worked as a media correspondent for The Washington Center at the Republican National Convention and the Inauguration. Caroline has been trained in mediation, conflict management, diversity education, and team and peer leadership.
Outside of work Caroline is passionate about volunteering and dance. She has participated in service projects in Louisiana, Georgia, Illinois, and Guatemala. She spent the last four summers as the choreographer for the Bellevue Society for the Arts Teen Theater as well as choreographing for numerous student productions at Baldwin Wallace.
She is a proud veteran of the ELCA Youth Gathering having attended twice in New Orleans and volunteered in Detroit as a Servant Companion. As a lifelong member of the ELCA, Caroline is passionate about bringing people of the church together to serve the local and global community and is eager to serve the Northwestern Ohio Synod.
As the Coordinator of Communications and Technology, Caroline will:
- Lead the development and execution of a synodical communications plan to further a sense of connectedness and mission throughout the synod
- Provide specialized administrative support to the professional staff, assisting in the development of creative teaching, presentation, and communication methods (podcasts, webinars, livestream, etc)
- Provide communication/public relations support and leadership for synodical events
- Serve as a communications resource for congregations, leading communication / technology seminars for congregations and leaders
Caroline will begin August 21 and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org . She will be available to congregations for communication assistance beginning in 2018.