Intern Jeniece Lee Joins Inland Empire African American Chamber
Jeniece Lee, a student at California State University, San Bernardino, assists the Inland Empire African American Chamber of Commerce in its marketing efforts through an internship with Dameron Communications. Photo by Chris Sloan
(San Bernardino, Calif.) California State University, San Bernardino student, Jeniece Lee, joins the Inland Empire African American Chamber of Commerce. Working under Carl Dameron, she will be organizing events for The Chamber, assist in the development of press releases, coordinate and arrange promotions, and assist with media relations and client research.
“This is going to be a great experience and a wonderful opportunity,” Lee said. “I am excited to learn more about the Inland Empire African American Chamber of Commerce.”
Jeniece Lee began her marketing major in September 2005. Now as a senior at Cal State San Bernardino, she hopes to break into the marketing world soon after graduation in June 2010.
During her time at Cal State, Lee joined Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, was on the Activities Committee for Associated Students, Inc., and was the Vice President of Afrikan Student Alliance. She also volunteered for the Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House Charities and The Boys and Girls Club of San Bernardino.
Lee is still an active member in Afrikan Student Alliance and an alumnae member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority.
Carl Dameron, President of the Inland Empire African American Chamber of Commerce and Dameron Communications said, “Jeniece Lee is a brilliant, young professional who is an asset to the work we’re doing with the Inland Empire African American Chamber of Commerce. We look forward to her contribution to our chamber to help us increase our service to our members.”
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