Melinda Shriner, APR  vice president & principal word guru

Melinda is the eyes, ears, and energy of our group. Few people will attack challenging projects with her level of enthusiasm and pure joy. This girl REALLY likes what she does – which is listening really carefully to your needs, learning the ins and outs of your business, then mobilizing our troops to deliver a customized solutions.

One of her grandest claims to fame is choreographing a dance video. Oh, and she writes too.

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Melinda Shriner is vice president, co-owner and lead account executive of The Barckholtz Group. Her background is in public relations, marketing, and corporate communications. A native of Midland, she is a summa cum laude graduate of Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana, with a degree in journalism and economics. She is nationally accredited in public relations by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Before joining The Barckholtz Group, she worked in corporate communications at Dow Corning Corporation. Prior to that, she worked in health care communications, providing public relations assistance to a 300+ bed hospital, and was managing editor of a national monthly news and feature magazine for physicians published by the American Osteopathic Association in Chicago. Melinda is past president of the White Pine Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and is past chair of the East Central District of PRSA. She has served on the Northwood University Michigan Campus Board of Governors, the advisory committee of the Saginaw Co. Business & Education Partnership, and is a member of Kiwanis.

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