Rachel Cieri is a recent graduate of Elon University in North Carolina, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in print and online journalism. As of June 2010, she began her first “real” job as an Associate Editor for SmartCEO, a regional business magazine for C-level executives in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia. In this role, Cieri compiles SmartCEO’s CEO Forum section for all three markets, giving her the unique opportunity to hear business insight from the Mid-Atlantic’s most influential leaders first hand.

While completing her final semester at college, Cieri stayed active outside of class through her work as a Contributing Writer for Her Campus Magazine, a Senior Reporter for the FutureWeb conference and a Teaching Assistant for Elon’s biology department. An active member of campus media, Cieri held the positions of 2009-2010Design Editor at the award-winning Phi Psi Cli yearbook, and she was the 2009 Features Editor at The Pendulum, Elon’s Pacemaker-winning newspaper.

As a collegiate, Cieri interned for SmartCEO magazine and the Howard County Economic Development Authority, and her work was published on CBSnews.com and The Business Monthly.

While at Elon, Cieri was a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, Lambda Pi Eta communications honor society, the Fire of the Carolinas color guard and Alpha Omicron Pi women’s fraternity, Epsilon Chi chapter, holding the position of House Manager for the 2008-2009 school year. She has also been awarded for her work in the Model UN Crisis Simulation and is a former caller for the Elon University Phonathon.

Download a copy of Cieri’s resume.


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