Stacy Hanas

Stacy HanasStacy Hanas is the Communications Coordinator for Seven Degrees Communications. Stacy is responsible for community management, content development, event organization and other marketing activities.

She is a graduate of Stockton University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Studies.  With a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Business Studies, Stacy has a passion for strategic marketing. 

While attending Stockton University, Stacy co-founded the Stockton Chapter of PRSSA (The Public Relations Student Society of America) and was the acting Vice President where she developed skills in event planning and team building strategies. Stacy is the Digital Chair for the MPI Greater New York Chapter where she manages newsletter development and social media activity and is a member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).

Stacy is Hootsuite Certified in Social Media Strategy.

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