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Stacey Creely

Public relations professional

Teaches IMC 610 - Introduction to IMC

More than 15 years of experience in the public relations field.

Stacey Creely is an adjunct faculty member in the Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) program at the West Virginia University Reed College of Media. After spending five years gaining experience on the agency side, Creely was in the first IMC graduating class in 2005. She also received a Bachelor of Arts from Bethany College in communications with a specialization in public relations.

Creely currently serves as director of public relations and assistant director of admissions at The Linsly School, an independent, coeducational boarding and day school for grades 5-12 in Wheeling, West Virginia. Prior to her appointment at Linsly, she was a senior account executive for James Communications, Inc., a strategic marketing, advertising and public relations agency headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Creely is involved in numerous community organizations including having served on the board of the Junior League of Wheeling, a service organization benefiting women and children, as well as volunteering with the Wheeling Symphony Auxiliary. Creely recently joined SeneGence International as an independent distributor. She resides in Wheeling with her husband Dennis, her daughter, Olivia and her dog.

Past Student Feedback

  • It has been a true pleasure to be in Professor Creely's class. I was very nervous about starting grad school and whether I could handle it and she made me feel at ease with everything. I really enjoyed the guest speaker that she brought in and feel that her class was a great way to start my IMC journey.
  • I liked that Ms. Creely responded to most of the discussion posts. It was always a different insight than she'd leave in the comment with the grade, so it was cool to get both "Great job" with the grade but also a "I like your thought here regarding..." etc. within the discussion itself. It helped to see if you were on the right track with something or not.
  • Incredibly helpful and caring professor. Made my first class as a graduate student very enjoyable! Appreciate her feedback and constructive comments, as they have helped me to become a better student and overall more knowledgeable in IMC.