What did Catherine Cuellar say after she left?

When Catherine Cuellar visited our class, she gave you lots of ways to find her on social media. What did she say about the class after she left? What did you say to her after she left?

Take this opportunity to make contact with Catherine and our other visitors from this semester, Lara Zuehlke, Addy Meira and Richie Escovedo. Find them on social media and continue your relationship. Post your tweet to them here for all of us to see.

Thank you to all of our guests from this semester!

Catherine Cuellar, executive director of the Dallas Arts District, visits with Texas Wesleyan's MCO 3399 class about her experiences in communications.

Catherine Cuellar, executive director of the Dallas Arts District, visits with Texas Wesleyan’s MCO 3399 class about her experiences in communications.

Lara Zuehlke of Pierpont Communications, Inc. spent the day with Mass Communication students at Texas Wesleyan this semester, including MCO 3399.

Addy Meira, from Texas Wesleyan's CETL, showed MCO 3399 students how to create their electronic portfolios using WordPress.

Addy Meira, from Texas Wesleyan’s CETL, showed MCO 3399 students how to create their electronic portfolios using WordPress.

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11 thoughts on “What did Catherine Cuellar say after she left?

  1. Catherine Cuellar is a great twitter role model. She is very active, and she is always posting really cool stuff about what is going on in the DFW metroplex. Richie, he is also really good with twitter. He is always retweeting, communicating with his followers, and posting interesting things about journalism.

  2. Catherine Cuellar was probably one of my favorite speakers to our class, because of her experience in many industries. Catherine is a well full of knowledge and look forward to following her career.
    Tommy Chapman ‏@ChapmanTommy 21s
    @ccuellar Thank you for visiting our Social Media Class #txwes3399, look forward to your tweets and your new adventures! #learningiskey

  3. My favorite speaker was Addy because I enjoyed learning about wordpress because I feel that in this day and age wordpress is a must.
    @vedo Thank you for coming to our social media class I enjoyed learning about the riots, I found it very interesting #txwes #riots
    @LaraZWrites Thank you for coming to our social media class. Can I have the name of your book? #redhair #txwes
    @ccuella “Numbers never lie that’s why liars use numbers” I can’t forget when you said this in our social media class. Thanks for coming
    @AddyMeira Happy to know I can ask questions about wordpress! Thanks for coming to our classes. Gracias! #wordpress #helpful

  4. Catherine was a great speaker she was very proactive in her work always up on the things she needed to do. She also has a lot of experience in her field that she’s in she said numbers don’t lie and that’s one of my favorite quotes…

  5. I usually think guest speakers are kind of boring (because they are sometimes awkward and don’t know what to talk about) but this class had some very relevant speakers! I learned something different from each speaker, and what I learned was actually helpful.

  6. Catherine was very interesting to listen too and very professional in her field. She switched up so many jobs and finally found the one she likes. Her story is very interesting. One of the thinks that struck to me was the quote about her dad telling her numbers never lie that is why liars use numbers. I tweeted that and used it on different social sites and people liked it. She was my favorite speaker.

  7. i hate to say the same thing as someone else but I agree with Bruce. Since she visited our class I have used the quote, numbers never lie, that’s why liars use numbers.

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