ATLANTA – March 9, 2020 –  communications 21 (c21®), a full-service marketing, public relations and interactive firm, has hired Nardos Yosef from Grayson, Georgia, as its spring intern.

Before working at c21®, Yosef spent her time working with African Americans on the Move Book Club Inc., an Atlanta-based nonprofit that focused on developing and promoting literacy-based programs for African-Americans using books, television and film. Her role allowed her to gain experience with social media management, content writing and website editing for the organization. Now at c21®, Nardos is learning more about developing social media strategy, media relations, event planning, analytical reporting and honing her writing skills.

Yosef also serves as an executive board member of the PRSSA at GSU. She serves on the social media committee, where she and her team manage the social media channels and publicity portion to promote their chapter.

Nardos is a three-time recipient of the Church Homes Foundation scholarship, and has earned a spot on both the Dean and President’s List at GSU. Her anticipated graduation date is in May 2020, and she hopes to continue her career as a public relations professional after graduating.

About communications 21®

communications 21 (c21®) founded in 1992, is an integrated marketing public relations and interactive firm dedicated to helping clients communicate effectively in the 21st century. The company uses strategic combinations of traditional and interactive marketing tactics to build visibility and drive sales for corporations, professional service firms, nonprofit agencies, trade associations and more. For more information on c21, call 404.814.1330, visit or subscribe to our blog, The C-Word. Like us on Facebook and follow us on TwitterLinkedIn and Instagram!

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