Alina Hall gained public relations experience with internships at AARP Florida, Florida Holocaust Museum
B2 Communications has added Alina Hall as an assistant account coordinator.
Hall is using her writing, researching and reporting skills to assist agency team members who are implementing strategic communications plans. In addition, she serves as an editorial coordinator and contributor to The Tampa Bay 100, a publishing platform produced by B2 Communications that covers the people, news, events and ideas shaping the region through short 100-word articles.
“We’re excited to welcome Alina as we continue to grow the agency,” said Kyle Parks, principal of B2 Communications. “Alina’s experience in communications and content creation provides the foundation to serve as a great member of the B2 team.”
Prior to joining B2, Hall was a communications assistant at AARP Florida, the state affiliate of the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering Americans 50 and older. She managed the organization’s radio show, tracked nationwide media relations results and created content for the AARP website.
Hall also previously served as a public relations intern at the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg, where she researched social media content, drafted newsletters and marketing emails, and developed content for promotional materials.
She graduated from the University of South Florida with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications and public relations. As a student, she worked with several organizations including Habitat for Humanity of Hillsborough County and Tampa Bay Advocates Against Human Trafficking.