Lindsay Hudock is an instructor in advertising-public relations in the Nicholson School of Communication and Media. Her course offerings include Writing for Public Relations, Introduction to Public Relations and Public Relations Case Studies. Hudock also oversees all advertising and public relations internships.
Prior to joining the faculty of the Nicholson School, Hudock’s career focused on writing, event planning, branding initiatives, community relations and volunteer coordination for primarily nonprofit organizations in the Seminole County area. In 2007, she became a principal in Well Said Public Relations, LLC. The organization contracts with a diverse range of clients to provide services in event planning and on-site event coordination; writing promotional, advertising and marketing materials; copy editing and public relations consulting.
Hudock received her B.A. in advertising and public relations in 2003 and completed an M.A. in mass communication in 2005, both from the Nicholson School. She is a member of the Orlando-area chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association and is an active participant in many local nonprofits and community groups. Hudock’s role with Well Said Public Relations has allowed her to work with nonprofit organizations like Leadership Seminole, Kid’s House, Boys Town of Central Florida, Safe House of Seminole, Intervention Services, The Sanford Zoo, The Rescue Outreach Mission, and many more. She is passionate about using her public relations training and skills to further the mission of worthwhile organizations in her community as well as aspiring PR professionals.