Byrum & Fisk Hires New Communications Strategist With Strong Non-Profit Background
LANSING, Mich. — Byrum & Fisk Advocacy Communications is pleased to announce the addition of Jacqueline WayneGuite to their team as a Communications Strategist. WayneGuite comes to the Michigan-based public relations firm with a background in media relations, nonprofits and the arts.
“Jacqueline’s creative approach to storytelling will be a major asset to our clients,” said Byrum & Fisk Partner Mark Fisk. “Her experience brings a new dimension to our team and will be instrumental to our growing list of clients.”
Prior to joining Byrum & Fisk, WayneGuite served as an account executive at Olu & Company, working mainly with nonprofits, artists, art galleries and museums to amplify their stories. Her work often centered on racial and gender inclusion at the intersections of art, design and social justice. Before that, she worked for a variety of museums and university special collections, including the National Hellenic Museum, the Fashion Study Collection at Columbia College Chicago, North Dakota State University, the American Textile History Museum and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
“I am committed to telling diverse and inclusive stories and uplifting progressive causes. Joining Byrum & Fisk’s team will enable me to work toward this goal,” WayneGuite said. “I’m thrilled to share my experience and skills with our clients.”
WayneGuite is originally from metro Detroit and currently lives in Chicago with her spouse. In her spare time, she enjoys playing with her rescue dog, visiting art exhibitions and attending the ballet. She can be contacted at email@example.com.