Joe Reeder joins University’s Division of Health Sciences as web communications specialist
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By Anne McMillin, APR
The University of Nevada School of Medicine and the University of Nevada, Reno's Division of Health Sciences welcome Joe Reeder to the Office of Institutional Advancement in the position of web communications specialist.
In this capacity, Joe will be responsible for reviewing and updating content on both the DHS and medical school websites.
Joe comes to the University from for HALL Wines in Napa Valley, where he served as marketing specialist, and later head of marketing. There he was responsible for the winery's direct-to-consumer marketing efforts, including brand building, email marketing, social media, website development, ecommerce, advertising, public relations and creative services. He helped the company achieve year-over-year sales and membership growth, even through years of economic recession. In 2011, Joe helped launch a new pinot noir brand called WALT Wines - which included leading the development of a new website and hundreds of pages of fresh web content.
While with HALL Wines, Joe also specialized in customer relationship management administration, leveraging enterprise tools such as Salesforce.com and Magento to drive sales and membership opportunities.
A native of Fernley, Nevada, Joe earned his Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from the University of Nevada Reno in 2006. While at the University, he worked as a production assistant for KRNV News 4, operating studio cameras, running audio for live broadcasts and serving as video editor.
Anne McMillin, APR
Public Relations Manager
Office: (775) 682-9254
Cell: (775) 427-9377
The University of Nevada School of Medicine, a research-intensive, community-based, statewide medical school, has served Nevada for more than 40 years as its only public medical school. Our mission is improving the health of Nevada’s diverse population through world-class biomedical research, an innovative curriculum integrating basic and clinical sciences, and highly competitive residency and fellowship programs that complement a statewide network of urban and rural clinical facilities. Through targeted growth and investment in research, clinical services and education, we are a resource for improving health care regionally and across the country.