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Tonjanae Watson

Vice President

Tonjanae has been a member of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) since Fall 2016. She was eager to get involved as soon as she joined. She started attending PRSSA agency tours, bi-weekly meetings, and Orange County Public Relations Society of America (OCPRSA) events. She kicked off her PR experience writing for her brother’s small business, creating a new PR position at CREAL, and assisting an entrepreneur with her social media strategy. She started volunteering for events and applying to committees when she got accepted to be an Account Coordinator for Titan Public Relations. As account coordinator, she redesigned the Titan Public Relations website, helped create the Next Gen regional conference website and assisted with the social media strategy for CSUF PRSSA and Titan Public Relations. She was promoted to Account Executive during her Spring 2018 semester where she managed a team while planning an event for Working Wardrobes. She now serves as the Executive Director of Titan Public Relations and the Vice President of PRSSA.

During Spring 2018, Watson planned a pop-up thrift store with her team at Titan Public Relations. She outreached to several organizations and companies and was able to secure two sponsors and a few local bloggers to support the event.

While not at school, Watson is an ever-learning environmentalist, vegan enthusiast, and plant-based eater. She is constantly self-educating on the vegan community and keeps herself up to date on the news in the sustainability community. She advocates for zero waste and looks forward to opening her own zero-waste business in the future.


  • Vice President at PRSSA
  • Executive Director at Titan Public Relations
  • Account Executive at Titan Public Relations
  • Account Coordinator at Titan Public Relations
  • OCPRSA Gives Back
  • Herbivore Club
  • Club Softball
  • Adventure Club
  • Titan Youth Sports Camp


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Favorite Quote:

“When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you will be successful.” -Eric Thomas