As of June 22, Kellogg-Schmauch has taken the new role of chief communications officer for the group representing the state’s clerks of courts. She remains in Tallahassee.
She has 15 years of communications experience and has worked for several state agencies, including the Florida Department of Health, the Florida Department of Elder Affairs and VISIT FLORIDA, according to a press release.
At the Florida Commission on Offender Review, formerly known as the Florida Parole Commission, she “rebranded the agency after a name change by the Florida Legislature, created victim-sensitive communications modeled throughout the nation and was awarded the Association of Paroling Authorities International’s 2016 CARE Award for excellence in public safety communications.”
Kellogg-Schmauch serves on the Florida Public Relations Association Capital Chapter board of directors, is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Tallahassee, and is a member of Springtime Tallahassee’s Spanish Krewe.
She’s a 1996 graduate of the University of South Carolina-Columbia, where she majored in communication.