Staff

 Your 2018-2019 Agromeck editorial staff is already hard at work on this year’s book – get in touch with us below and to stay updated on all things Agromeck, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

 

Katie Tart, Editor-in-Chief

Hometown: Raleigh, North Carolina

Year: Junior

Major: Business Administration

Why Agromeck: I love being able to connect to campus as a whole and have a part in shaping the historical viewpoint of the culture and activities on campus at the time. 50 years down the line, people will look back at this book as a time capsule of what the 2018-2019 school year entailed.

Contact: agromeck-editor@ncsu.edu

Madison Earp, Assignments Editor

Hometown: Raleigh, North Carolina

Year: Senior

Major: Communication Media with minors in Journalism and Business Administration

Why Agromeck: I love Agromeck because it’s a bunch of people from different backgrounds who have all come together because they’re passionate about creating a tangible history of what happened that year at NC State. I chose to be on leadership staff because I wanted to be able to best contribute my knowledge and skills to creating our yearbooks. Plus, it helped that everyone on staff was super inviting and great to work with. The staff members who put so much work into creating the book each year are truly what make Agromeck so special.

Contact: mnearp@ncsu.edu

Julia Harrison, Design Editor

Hometown: Wilkesboro, North Carolina

Year: Sophomore

Major: Environmental Engineering

Why Agromeck: I really enjoy being around the staff of Agromeck. Working on the yearbook is also a stress reliever for me as it’s a break from my coursework. I became a part of leadership staff because I wanted to become more involved in the process.

Contact: jmharr26@ncsu.edu

 

 

 

 

Kaydee Gawlik, Photo Editor

Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland

 

Year: Senior

Major: Biological Sciences with a minor in Art + Design

Why Agromeck: Because we’re all a big family and everyone’s got their own unique worldviews and are all wonderful human beans that make me happy!! Also, on the photo level, we get to play around with more artsy or detailed shots to tell the story in a longer form which is my JAM.

Contact: kdgawlik@ncsu

Anna Long, Digital Content Specialist

Hometown: Wilson, North Carolina

Year: Sophomore

Major: Communication Public Relations with minors in Parks, Recreation & Tourism and in Design Studies

Why Agromeck: Being a part of the Agromeck team means being a part of something bigger. Not only are we working towards creating the best possible representation of NC State’s year, we are building a community of diverse individuals who promote personal growth and skill development.

Contact: allong2@ncsu.edu