Melanie Ararat Joins Curley & Pynn as a Communications Specialist

MAITLAND, Fla. (Oct. 18, 2019) – Melanie Ararat is the most recent addition to the team at Curley & Pynn Public Relations Management, where – as a communications specialist – she supports the agency’s campaigns to create, enhance and maintain relationships with stakeholders of Florida’s leading brands.

Previously, Ararat served as a media relations intern for Orlando Health and an editorial intern for Watermark Media. She was also the visual editor, and police and safety reporter for Nicholson Student Media Today, an online newspaper produced by and for journalism students at the University of Central Florida (UCF).

A recent graduate of UCF, Ararat earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in political science. She was an active member of the Florida Public Relations Association student chapter, the Society of Professional Journalists and QUOTES, the PR club at UCF.

About Curley & Pynn
Founded in 1984, Curley & Pynn provides counsel and advice and total program management to Florida professionals and corporate clients who recognize that in today’s business environment it is essential to communicate with all who have an interest in their success. Curley & Pynn is the Central and North Florida affiliate of MSLGROUP Americas, one of the world’s largest public relations firms. For more information, visit www.thestrategicfirm.com.

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