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Ryann Swanson joins the Marketing & Communications team

07.08.2021 | By: Texas Wesleyan University

Ryann Swanson has been selected by Texas Wesleyan University to join the Office of Marketing & Communications as the new creative services manager. 

In her role, Ryann will support university clients to develop innovative marketing solutions using Texas Wesleyan’s award-winning brand. 

With her more than three years of experience in running higher ed social media programs, Ryann will also help manage Texas Wesleyan social media platform. Be on the lookout on campus for Ryann. She will be working with the campus community to develop new and engaging content for social media. 

Swanson received a bachelor’s degree in graphic communications with a minor in marketing from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in May 2021. At UW-Eau Claire, Swanson served as a graphic designer, social media manager and orientation leader. These positions helped culminate her skills in graphic design, multimedia content creation and exceptional client service. To commemorate her dedication at UW-Eau Claire, Swanson was awarded “Outstanding Student Employee in University Centers” at the end of her academic career. 

“I am excited to join the TXWES team! It was important for me to find an institution that valued education and its students, so that made Texas Wesleyan an ideal fit.” Swanson said. “I can’t wait to share our ‘Smaller. Smarter.’ message with the community both on and off campus.” 

“Couple Ryann’s social media and design experience with her servant’s heart and energy, and you have a perfect fit for this position,” Shannon Lamberson, associate vice president of marketing and communications, said. “Ryann is going to help us continue to push our brand to appeal to new generations.” 

Outside of work, Ryann likes to take dance classes, go on adventures in Fort Worth, and watch Disney movies with her roommate.  

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