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Kathryn Hubbell

Kathryn Hubbell

Department of Communication, Media and Culture


MS, Syracuse University
BS, University of Oregon

Classes Taught

Seminar: Public Relations in the Nonprofit World
Seminar: Career at a Crossroads
Public Relations Principles: Essentials
Managing Integrity: Legal & Ethical
Writing & Production for Strategic Communication
Seminar: Social Media for Public Relations
Seminar: Public Relations in the Nonprofit World
Seminar: Video Presentations


Kathryn D. Hubbell, APR, MS, Fellow PRSA, and owner of AdScripts, Inc., has more than 30 years experience in public relations, marketing and advertising.

She holds a degree in journalism with a focus in public relations from the University of Oregon, is accredited in public relations through the Public Relations Society of America, and holds a master's in communications management from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University in New York.

Stories she has written for clients have appeared in local, national and international publications and broadcast outlets. She has won awards for her work in advertising as well as for her work in public relations.

Hubbell has specialized expertise in research and strategic planning, marketing, media relations, crisis communications and interview training. She has worked in fields as diverse as tourism, healthcare, performing arts, nonprofit organizations, commercial real estate development, the quick-lube industry, professional services, the wood and paper products industries, public utilities, government services, law enforcement and manufacturing.

Hubbell was the original founder of the Missoula, Montana Businesswomen's Network in 1984, an organization with approximately 300 members, and she founded the Montana chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. She served as 2001 chair of PRSA's North Pacific District, encompassing eight western states, and served on the national PRSA board of directors from 2008-2009. She was inducted into PRSA's College of Fellows in 2006.


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