Contact the UH Social Media Team
Questions? Comments? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a great photo you want to share? Submit it to UHinstagram@uh.edu
Jessica Brand, Social Media Manager
It was the chance to get people talking and excited about her alma mater that drew Jessica Brand back to the University of Houston. As the Social Media Manager for the Division of Marketing and Media Relations, Jessica is in charge of managing the university’s message through a variety of social media streams. A 2004 graduate of UH with a B.A. in Communications and a specialization in media production, Jessica has nearly ten years of experience in the communications industry. She spent three and a half years with the global media provider, Cision, assisting the company with a rebranding effort, producing videos, analyzing trends and managing a team of media experts. Prior to that, she served as director of photography, editor and producer of several television commercials for cruise ship events. She has created original Web content for corporate and non-profit organizations and designed promotional materials for local arts events. On the side, Jessica enjoys making music, attending concerts and sailing.
Kimberly Davis, Social Media Coordinator
Kimberly Davis brings diverse multimedia experience to her position as social media coordinator. She has been an independent experimental filmmaker since age 15, and recently completed her Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Film Production from the University of North Texas, set to graduate in May, 2013. Kimberly also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of New Mexico. She is attracted to social media communication for its dynamic reach and digital storytelling – qualities intrinsic to filmmaking. She previously served as Public Relations and Marketing Director of an Austin, Texas community television station, and has worked in sports radio, film and education venues. After growing up Grand Junction, Colorado, Kimberly loves living in the south. She spends her spare time mentoring young filmmakers, playing massive multiplayer online games, creating and baking original pies, reading up on the latest Sasquatch sightings and being a total football fangirl.