My name is Jessica Dulaney, and I’m a writer, a social media marketer, and an Oxford comma enthusiast.
Storytelling is my passion, one that compels me to not only write but also to use social media to share ideas and information in a way that captivates audiences.
I graduated from Shackouls Honors College at Mississippi State University with a BA in English Language and Literature. There, I served as assistant director of the Student Association’s public relations committee. I helped create social media strategies for everything from music festivals to government elections. Besides the free T-shirts, my favorite part of the job was getting to tell the story of the university through the eyes of its students.
My writing has been published in digital and print spaces and includes short stories for children, personal essays, and articles about pop culture and current events. In 2017, I received the Brasher-Dazey Award from Mississippi State University’s English department for outstanding achievement in advanced research and composition.
I’ve been interviewed about hot topics in pop culture by media outlets like Complex and Hello Giggles, and my comments also have been featured on both morning and late night shows.
When I’m not furiously typing on a keyboard, I’m taking long walks, tutoring students in English composition, or playing board games.