Stephanie V.

  • Joined July 2016

Stephanie Vermillion is an award-winning public relations professional, social media strategist, content marketer and travel journalist.

  • New York, NY, United States
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Stephanie V.
New York, NY, United States



Social Media Content Copywriting Public Relations



My experience spans three PR agency jobs and an ongoing freelance travel writing business. I have my Master's in Public Relations from Boston University, and worked at a PR agency in London for three months before graduating.

Work history

Rastikis Ink
Communication Specialist
Wrote and edited newsletters for local community organizations and townships; proofed website copy for grammar, consistency and flow.
Wordsworth Communications
Senior Account Executive
Led day-to-day public relations and social media strategies for clients including Verizon, Protect-A-Bed, Alcott and Tire Discounters;
Travel Journalist
Cover destinations, hotels, cuisine and personal narratives for outlets including Mental Floss, MSN, Thought Catalog and Travelettes.
Founder of adventure travel blog, The Wanderlost Way. Consistently write, edit and promote blog on social media and through networking.



Boston University
Master of Science: Public Relations
University of Dayton
Bachelor of Arts: Journalism



social media strategy social media management content creation content strategy writing editing social media marketing blogging communications content curation


Basecamp Bitly Buffer Cision Facebook Google Analytics Hootsuite Iconosquare Mailchimp Instagram Powerpoint YouTube Wordpress Twitter Tweetdeck


Not seeking work


  • Available evenings and weekends


Industries I love

Animals & Pets Health & Wellness Travel

What I read

Afar, Outside Magazine, Mental Floss, Mashable, Lonely Planet, Runner's World, Vice, Mystery fiction books

Side projects

I run my own travel blog, The Wanderlost Way, which includes travel blogging and travel vlogging on YouTube. I was blog co-chair for PRSA National's Young Professional team, and co-chaired my local PRSA Cincinnati chapter when I lived in Ohio.

Ideal team

Smaller, goal-oriented teams that embrace creativity with data and analytics to back it up. Prefer collaborative teams that work well together and independently to achieve the same goal.