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Renea Denise Nash

public information officer

Renea Denise Nash, American public information officer. Member International Association Business Communications (Phoenix chapter).

Background

Nash, Renea Denise was born on December 14, 1963 in Morehead, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of James O. and Eunice P. Nash.

Education

Bachelor of Applied Arts, Central Michigan University, 1986. MMC, Arizona State University, 1993.

Career

Business reporter Register, Sandusky, Ohio, 1987-1988. News publication specialist U-Haul International, Phoenix, 1988-1989. Public information specialist Arizona State University, Tempe, 1989-1990.

Substitute teacher Phoenix Elementary School District, 1991-1993. Manager communications Arizona Special Olympics, Phoenix, 1993-1994. Public information officer City of Phoenix, since 1994.

Adjunct professor Arizona State University, since 1994. Court appointed special advocate Arizona Supreme Court.

Works

  • Freelance writer. Author: Coping with Interracial Dating, 1993 (1994 Books for the Teen Age citation New York Public Library. ), Coping as a Biracial Child, 1994, Everything You Need to Know as a Multiethnic Child, 1994.

Membership

Member International Association Business Communications (Phoenix chapter).

Connections

father:
James O.

mother:
Eunice P. Nash