Employee Spotlight: Sasha Dookhoo, Senior Account Executive

Katie Blair

PAN is home to some of the brightest talent in the communications and marketing industry. From coast-to-coast, our team is comprised of the best in the business. Needless to say, we are always thrilled when our peers take notice and recognize our employees for their arsenal of talents.

The latest PAN employee achievement comes from Sasha Dookhoo, SAE in our PAN Southeast office based in Orlando, Florida. Sasha D.-1.png

Sasha has been recognized by the University of Central Florida (UCF) Alumni Association as a 2017 30 Under 30 awardee. UCF is one of the largest universities in the U.S and Sasha was chosen from a competitive pool of nominees. The 30 Under 30 award honors Sasha for her success in her professional and personal life since graduating, which includes her analytical and thoughtful approach to developing client campaigns.

But it does not stop there.

Sasha was also recently chosen to be a part of the UCF Young Alumni Council’s marketing and communications committee. The Young Alumni Council is dedicated to furthering engagement and philanthropy at UCF by enhancing the relationship between young alumni and the UCF community. In her spare time, Sasha and five other committee members will be engaged with the local community to communicate and promote alumni events and activities over the next year.

We are thrilled that UCF, a college right in the backyard of the PAN Southeast office, has placed a well-deserved spotlight on Sasha for all of her achievements.

This follows Sasha’s recent recognition as a 2016 Rising PR Star 30 and Under 30 by PR News last December. Additionally, just last year, Sasha was also honored at the 2016 International Public Relations Research Conference for her outstanding achievement in developing a thesis on how Millennials Engage in Social Media Activism.

The bright talent that is Sasha Dookhoo is just one of the many exceptional employees that make up PAN Communications.

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