NOUCHEE MOUA is an advertising and public relation practitioner. She is a senior at Fresno State. Nouchee has recently worked with the Armenian Heritage Museum. She assisted with a social media workshop, press releases, on-site events, audience outreach and engagements. On top of that, she does follow up calls and help promote the local non-profit organization.
This will be Nouchee’s first year as an Ambassador for with the Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning to promote and nurture the program by reaching out to Fresno State students. She works to find community service opportunities and discuss the benefits of volunteering. This year Nouchee was named as a California Campus Compact Community Engagement Student Fellow where she served as co-director of the inaugural LIFT Conference, which convened student service leaders from around the state.
In addition, Nouchee is Inbound and Content Marketing certified. She was awarded “Most Dependable TALKER” in TALK, a student-run PR firm at her university.
After spending a few years engaging with local non-profit organizations, Nouchee realized how fast society has evolved in the digital world. She became curious if the Hmong businesses aren’t excelling as much due to the dearth of media. So she actively keeps herself in the loop of the Hmong community on Facebook to see what organizations are out there and compares how successfully they promote their business.
Currently, Nouchee is working on her Bachelors in Public Relations with a Hmong minor. She looks forward to more PR experiences, be an asset to her local community, and potentially be part of a startup PR agency.