spotify connoisseur, vogue enthusiast
“I would rather die of passion than of boredom.” – Vincent Van Gogh
Rene McCullough brings a compassionate and imaginative approach to one7 communications. Her journey with one7 started as an internship and expanded to working as a social media coordinator while finishing her last semester of school.
Currently in the role of account coordinator, Rene assists the team developing and implementing of PR and marketing strategic plans, social media strategy and day-to-day management, influencer marketing and creative solution seeking. Her client list includes Best Mattress, Claggett & Sykes Law Firm, Juice Farm, ECF M.E.N.U.s, Knife at The Highland Dallas and Affinity Gaming’s Silver Sevens.
Rene also works on influencer marketing campaigns researching and strategizing and manages and writes content for the one7 blog and website.
Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey but swiftly ushered to Las Vegas, Rene spent her life being the Vegas native that wasn’t actually born in town. She dreamed of attending FIDM, but went to UNLV instead to get a journalism degree and eventually write for Vogue. That was where she fell in love with IMC. A recent graduate from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Rene` studied journalism with an emphasis in integrated marketing communications and public relations and a minor in art history. It was there she learned how to put together IMC plans, press kits, a social media post, blog post and the difference between the a Monet and Pissarro. She has used that knowledge to help update the website for her college and create a social media plan.
While in school, Rene` worked retail at Nordstrom, as a receptionist for a Mosaic, a high-end hair salon and as a health bar barista for TruFusion. She also spearheaded the university newspaper, The Rebel Yell, as editor in chief, creating business plans, managing staff and developing relationships within the university and Las Vegas community.
Rene`enjoys creating Spotify playlist in which she can gift to friends or listen to while browsing the latest pages of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.