Molly Elizabeth Stephens

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Resume 2013

View my most recent resume here: Molly Stephens Resume 2013.

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Blog Writing Sample

The Fearey Group has been an independent firm in Seattle for more than 32 years.  The firm has provided communications services for some of the region’s leading public, private and non-profit organizations and has strong practices in the areas of healthcare, public affairs, biotechnology, built environment and land use, finance, transportation, nonprofit, consumer marketing and crisis communications.

The purpose of their blog, “Fearless Thinking“, is to offer insight about communications and public affairs programs and campaigns while offering up some of their fearless thoughts.

Their blog is maintained by all levels of staff at The Fearey Group.

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Professional Recommendation – The Fearey Group

Drew Symonds and I worked together from December 2011 – April 2012.

Together we worked cohesively on multiple assignments for Swedish Medical Center.  Special projects for Swedish Medical Center includes the Swedish Essential Tremor/Deep Brain Stimulation Livestream, maintenance of media lists, comprehensive annual media recaps, clips, 2012 planning and social media content.

LinkedIn Recommendation from Drew Symonds for Molly Stephens below.

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Press Release Writing Sample – Mostly Merlot

During my Senior year at Gonzaga University, I had the opportunity to intern with Cancer Patient Care two days a week.  Below is a press release I crafted for their annual Mostly Merlot charity event.

Mostly Merlot is Cancer Patient Care’s popular and prestigious wine dinner & auction event. Mostly Merlot sells out earlier and earlier every year.


Spokane, Washington- February 17, 2011- With wine and hope, anything is possible!  Cancer Patient Care’s 16th Annual Mostly Merlot Winemakers’ Dinner has arrived and will take place at the prestigious Spokane Athletic Club on Saturday February 26, 2010.  This signature event, presented by Providence Regional Cancer Center, will benefit local cancer patients and their families and give them a fighting chance.

As the evening unfolds, volunteers, chefs, musicians, and guests will come to appreciate even more what a difference their support can make to the survivorship and quality of life for those battling cancer in our region.  The abundance of generous donations from the Spokane community will make this silent and live auction even more spectacular.
Special guest speaker Melanie Morlan will also share her personal experiences at the Winemaker’s Dinner.  Morlan has worked on the Olympic Committee and is a Regional Delegate for the Livestrong Foundation and a Livestrong Leader for Spokane.  Recently, she helped launch and implement Cancer Patient Care’s Complementary Therapies and Wellness Activities Program for Breast Cancer Survivors.

The exquisite combination of five well-loved and talented local chefs, led by Chef Urs Moser of the Spokane Club, fifteen local wineries and two classical musicians will add a twist of perfection to this night.  Concert pianist Tom Cooper will serenade the guests as they taste an amazing array of wines and peruse the myriad silent auction submissions.  A delectable five course meal expertly paired with five local wines specially selected for this event will follow.  The musical artisty of classical guitarist Johathan Nicholson will accompany this spectacular dining experience, which will be followed by the excitement of the live auction featuring many highly desirable offerings.
What makes this event special and unique to countless numbers of community members?  In 2010, the Mostly Merlot event was able to raise over $74,000 dollars that stays totally local and directly supports cancer patients in Spokane and ten Eastern Washington and seven North Idaho counties.

Cancer Patient care is thrilled to have 250 guests and volunteers join them as they raise awareness and their wine glasses to give hope and a fighting chance to cancer patients in the Inland Northwest.

Press Release Writing Sample – HydroPeptide

Shortly after graduating from Gonzaga University, I was given opportunity to write a press release for HydroPeptide.  HydroPeptide is an industry leader in Peptide based anti aging skin care products.


HydroPeptide defies age again with new HydroStem+6 Serum

Issaquah, Wash.  Jul. 5, 2011 – HydroPeptide has introduced their latest Anti-Wrinkle Stem Cell Regeneration Serum, HydroStem+6. Indulge your skin in these six botanical stem cells and erase years from your appearance.  This powerful age-defying treatment unites peptides to restore all aspects of the skin’s structural integrity with regenerative stem cells.

Science and beauty are simple with HydroPeptide.  HydroStem+6 will leave your face feeling fresh, hydrated and glowing.  Easy application and the ability to work with all skin types make this serum a clear winner.

HydroPeptide delivers youthful, glowing skin with the latest technologies, offering you the answer to simplistic beauty.  Beauty lasts a lifetime, invest in your future with Hydrostem+6.

To find out more information or to purchase HydroPeptide, visit http://www.hydropeptide.com or call 1-800-932-9873.

Advertising Proposal-Living Green

My sophomore year, I took the course Communications 375 : Consulting and Training.  We were given the opportunity to consult a small, non-profit here in Spokane, Living Green.  If you click proposal, you will read our final proposal we presented to the staff members at Living Green.

Letter of Recommendation

During my time as a Communications Intern with the Peace Corps, I worked with their Regional Recruiter, Elysia Slakie.

Here is a letter of recommendation Elysia wrote after my internship ended.

Peace Corps Reference Letter