Amber StylesSenior Specialist, Communications
Amber Styles is senior specialist, communications at the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. She started at the Foundation as a program coordinator in July 2015, before being promoted to program associate and subsequently her current role. Ms. Styles is responsible for external communications content including press releases, social media, website content, blog posts, and drafting the Foundation’s weekly newsletter on education issues.
In addition to her work at the Foundation, Ms. Styles serves on Generation Hope’s marketing and communications committee and she is a founding member of the Loudoun Commission on Women and Girls. She also advises the office of New Student and Family Programs at George Mason University on resources for student-parents and drafted content for its newly-launched Parenting and Expecting Students website.
Her previous experience includes customer and community relations roles and she has worked directly with students as a substitute teacher, summer camp leader, tutor, and Girl Scouts leader. Ms. Styles began her higher education at Northern Virginia Community College and is currently completing a Master of Public Administration at George Mason University.