In his capacity as communications director, Rusty Cawley, APR*, consults with the FAZD Center’s leadership about strategic goals of the center’s public relations programs, then manages the day-to-day progress of those programs.
Cawley also serves as communications manager for the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory, an agency of the Texas A&M University System.
Previously, he served as the communications coordinator for homeland security at Texas A&M’s Division of Research.
Cawley joined Texas A&M University in February 2006 after four years as director of media relations at Levenson & Hill, the largest and oldest independent advertising firm in Dallas-Fort Worth, where he advised clients on managing their public reputations. Clients included Zale Corp., the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts Foundation, the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Central Dallas Association, the Islamic Association of North Texas, the Town of Addison, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Carrier North Texas Corp., Church’s Chicken, Alon USA (Fina), ABC Radio Network, Ascension Health, Cellular One, Fulbright & Jaworski, Phoenix Corp. (Black-Eyed Pea Restaurants), HEB Central Market, Brierley & Partners and KERA Public Broadcasting.
Prior to that he served for four years as the finance reporter for the Dallas Business Journal, for five years as the publisher of a Dallas-area suburban newspaper, the Rockwall Success, and for three years as the editor of the Bryan-College Station Eagle..
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