We are pleased to announce the redesign of the communications arm of the College of Humanities. Given that both internal and public-facing communications are increasingly centered within digital media, what was formerly known as the Communications Team is now Digital Media and Communications (DMaC). This unit manages social, web, and print messaging for the College, including publishing a biannual alumni magazine, and is also tasked with helping departments with their digital messaging. We are pleased to announce the appointment of Josh Perkey as the manager of DMaC.
Prior to joining the College, Josh worked for 14 years at the Church magazines, where he most recently served as the marketing manager. He also worked as the digital assistant managing editor over the For the Strength of Youth magazine, assistant managing editor for the New Era, and senior editor for the Ensign magazine. During his tenure with the magazines, Josh supervised interns, hiring and training over 200 students, including many from the College. He also worked for seven years as an associate editor with Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Companies. He holds an MA in medieval history from The Ohio State University and a BA in History with minors in English and Classics from BYU. He has expressed a great sense of gratitude to the College of Humanities, both for the undergraduate classes he took in the College and for meeting his wife, ToriAnn Dunaway (‘98, Latin), in a Latin class.