Meet our new intern!

Hey there!

My name is Grace Moody and I’m excited to say I will be serving as Enjoy Oxford’s new public relations intern. So you can put names to faces within our staff, I wanted to make a quick post to introduce myself. I study professional writing at Miami University and will be a senior in the fall. Originally I’m from Columbus, but Oxford is definitely a home to me too. Having the opportunity to spend four years at this university, in this city, is a blessing I’m sure I’ll look back on with many memories.

I’m already in love with Oxford in the summer and I look forward to some long, sunny days in one of my favorite places. This summer, you can find me kayaking at Hueston Woods, doing yoga in the park, cruising around town in my rollerblades, exploring the nature trails on campus and of course, hanging out at the Thursday night concerts Uptown. Feel free to say hello - I love new friends!

One of my responsibilities this summer will be publishing content on Enjoy Oxford’s blog. That being said, if you have any ideas about what you want to see on this blog, please don’t hesitate to send them my way. I would love to publish content that is engaging and relevant to you. I can be reached at gracemoody@enjoyoxford.org or feel free to stop in the office at 14 W. Park Place.

And with that, happy summer and I’ll see you around town!

Best,

Grace

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