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Angel Jackson is a native of Cochran, Georgia. She worked as a public relations specialist and television news producer before enlisting in the U.S. Army in 2001 as a Multimedia Illustrator. While enlisted, she also worked as a combat documentation/ production specialist in Korea. She received a commission through the Officer Candidate School in 2004 as an Air Defense Artillery Officer.  Angel received a transfer to the Army’s Public Affairs functional area in 2011 and attended the Public Affairs Qualification Course. She currently serves as a Public Affairs Plans Officer in Sumter, SC.
Angel is skilled at multiple applications and software to include Adobe, Corel, Microsoft, and Apple. She enjoys magazine layout and design, and photography.

Public Relations Officer
U.S. Army
  • Provide media training for senior leaders.
  • Respond to media queries.
  • Develop and execute communication plans.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of communication activities.
  • Supervise photojournalists and broadcasters.
  • Advise senior leaders on the implications of unit actions.
  • Communicate news and information to the internal military audience.
  • Gain the support of the American public.
  • Create company literature and other forms of communication.
  • Create marketing and promotional materials, both print and electronic.
  • Write, copyedit, proofread, and revise communications.
  • Recommend, implement, and maintain site design and operation.
  • Plan and deliver education courses and materials.
  • Work with command and budget officers to determine event budget and manage expenses to that budget.
  • Develop communications campaigns.
  • Create thought leadership materials.
  • Create and deliver press releases, media relations content, case studies, white papers, executive bios, corporate newsletter content, social media content, and speaking proposals.
  • Identify, develop, and execute communications strategy for key media contacts and references.
  • Research media coverage and industry trends.
  • Develop fresh story ideas.
  • Conduct extensive media outreach.
  • Prepare briefing materials.
  • Coordinate scheduling and logistics.
  • Coordinate conference, trade shows, and press interviews.
  • Manage information.
  • Prepare agendas and conduct research.
  • Help to clarify the organization’s point of view to key audiences.
News Producer
WTVM News Channel 9
  • Write script for TV news anchors
  • Determine order and flow of content
  • Gather leads for possible stories
  • Select local, national, international stories for newscast 
  • Monitor newspapers and wire services for possible stories
  • Edit video for voice overs
  • Write in-show and pre-show teases 
  • Coordinate live shots
  • Communicate with anchors, directors and studio throughout live shows
  • Keep in touch with reporters and field crew in order to monitor story development
Public Relations Specialist
Columbus State University
  • Create Company literature and other forms of communication
  • Copyedit, proofread and revise communications
  • Promote products and services through public relations initiatives
  • Create and deliver media relations content, and newsletter content
  • Develop fresh story ideas
  • Manage information
  • Help to clarify the organization’s point of view to their main constituency

Awards and Recognition  
2002 – Defense Information School Basic Graphics Course
Phase II, Computer Graphics Design Honor Student
2013 – Forces Command Keith L. Ware Competition
Category C: Digital Publication – 2nd Place
2015 – Full Sail University
Course Director Award – Public Relations in a Digital World


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