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2019 CAMP Leadership Team

The 2019 CAMP Group Leaders


Jason Anthony, Junior Telecommunication and Film Major from Birmingham, AL.
Jason Anthony, Junior Telecommunication and Film Major from Birmingham, AL.

Jasmine Bolden, Senior News Media Major from Decatur, AL.
Jasmine Bolden, Senior News Media Major from Decatur, AL.

Syd Cargal, Junior Creative Advertising and Photography Major from Oxford, AL.
Syd Cargal, Junior Creative Advertising and Photography Major from Oxford, AL.

Jhala Clark, Senior Broadcast Journalism Major from Tuscaloosa, AL.
Jhala Clark, Senior Broadcast Journalism Major from Tuscaloosa, AL.

Bentley Harden, Sophomore Creative Advertising & Photography Major from Montgomery, AL.
Bentley Harden, Sophomore Creative Advertising & Photography Major from Montgomery, AL.

Cheney Harden, Sophomore News Media Major from Canton, GA.
Cheney Harden, Sophomore Public Relations Major from Canton, GA.

Cooper Huskey, Sophomore News Media Major from Jacksonville, FL.
Cooper Huskey, Sophomore News Media Major from Jacksonville, FL.

Breanna Pianfetti, Senior Public Relations and Marketing Double Major from San Antonio, TX.
Breanna Pianfetti, Senior Public Relations and Marketing Double Major from San Antonio, TX.

Kayleigh Westbrook, Senior Communication Studies Major from Dallas, GA.
Kayleigh Westbrook, Senior Communication Studies Major from Dallas, GA.


Arianna Wheatley, Senior Communication Studies Major from Huntsville, AL.
Arianna Wheatley, Senior Communication Studies Major from Huntsville, AL.


The CAMP leadership team is a group of upperclassmen student leaders who are passionate about C&IS and its resources and eager to share their experiences with high school students interested in communication and media. During CAMP, the leadership team will facilitate discussion and completion of a multifaceted campaign project spearheaded by the participants. Team members will work alongside C&IS faculty in teaching, mentoring, and preparing students to develop and present their final campaign project. They will also facilitate the CAMP schedule by guiding students through the sessions, facilities, and social activity times. Members of the leadership team have a strong understanding of the College of Communication and Information Sciences and The University of Alabama. To prepare for the experience, leaders will spend time in the spring semester attending training workshops.