Posted by Jayme Blaschke
University News Service
October 19, 2007
During her 18-year tenure at the Texas General Land Office, Harrell held the titles of technical writer, network administrator, graphic designer and creative coordinator. She was responsible for the creative materials used in marketing the Adopt-A-Beach program, Buy Recycle, oil spill prevention and response, alternative fuels, coastal management program, border resources, veterans land board programs, historical map restoration as well as the Texas General Land Office. As the creative coordinator, Harrell oversaw the work of the graphic design section.
Harrell began her career at
During the past year and a half, Harrell and her team successfully implemented
“Ms. Harrell’s energy, vision and professionalism have been central to our ability to move the marketing program forward,” said Michael Heintze, associate vice president for Enrollment Management and Marketing. “Her enthusiasm and collaborative manner have made her an instant hit with faculty and staff across campus.”
“I am honored to be in a position in which I can continue to help the university achieve its strategic goals,” Harrell said. “We have a talented team in University Marketing, and we look forward to working with students, faculty and staff to ensure that