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MEDIA APPEARANCES

Employer Branding in Higher Ed: Attract and Retain Top Talent - A Conversation with Eddie Francis | The Education Marketing Leader with Chris Rapozo, Guest

Why Every Community College Needs to Care About Their Employer Brand | The Hidden Gem: Amplifying Community College Success, Guest

Want High Student Satisfaction? Well, Who’s Going to Deliver It? | Higher Voltage, Guest

10 Best Higher-Ed Marketing Podcasts for 2024Hannon Hill Blog, Featured

I Wanna Work There!: 2023 Year in ReviewEnrollify Blog, Featured

10 Takeaways for All MarComm Professionals From AMA 2023Inside Higher Ed Call to Action, Contributor

How to Be a Campus Where People ACTUALLY Want to Work | Higher Ed Demand Gen, Guest

A stopgap for AMA FOMO | Inside Higher Ed Call to Action, Mentions

Truth in Advertising: Authenticity in Marketing (the importance of employer branding in higher ed) | The Higher Ed Marketer, Guest

Countdown to AMA Higher Ed with Eddie Francis | American Marketing Association, Contributor

Passion & Purpose: The Heart of Employer Branding in Higher Education | Confessions of a Higher Ed CMO, Guest

Employer Branding Key to Addressing Higher Ed's Talent Crisis | Inside Higher Ed Call to Action, Contributor

Five Ways Higher Ed CMOs Are Institutional Leaders | American Marketing Association, Contributor

Introducing 'I Wanna Work There!' with Eddie Francis - A New Enrollify Podcast | The Enrollify Podcast, Guest

We All Have to Sing the Same Song - An Interview with Eddie Francis | Marketing Tales with Chris Rapozo, Guest

Got College? Can a National Marketing Campaign Change the Souring Conversation About College? | The Chronicle of Higher Education, Quoted

How HBCU Marketing Has Changed and How It Hasn't | Higher Voltage, Guest

Communicate Constantly: Lessons From HBCU Comms | Thought Feeder, Guest

What is the Gumbo Theory of improving your fraternity or sorority chapter chemistry? | The Fraternity Foodie Podcast, Guest

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