June 12, 2017
The Alabama Farmers Federation welcomed Samford University senior and Montgomery County native Thomason Bryan for a summer public relations internship in the Montgomery home office June 12.
Bryan, who is majoring in communication studies, will work on promotional projects, conduct research and assist with the “Simply Southern TV” show.
"I’m so excited to work with the Alabama Farmers Federation this summer,” Bryan said. “This internship will help hone my communication skills and give me the exposure needed to begin my career. I’m also a people person, so I look forward to working with everyone at the Federation."
The Federation’s Jeff Helms said Bryan brings a unique set of talents to the table.
“Thomason has developed public speaking skills and the ability to convey her ideas to those around her,” said Helms, the Federation’s Public Relations and Communications Department director. “We look forward to utilizing those abilities this summer to help our members, our staff and the agriculture industry.”
An active member of her social sorority, Bryan is also part of Samford’s National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association chapter. Additionally, she founded the nonprofit Thomason’s Target: Ending Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Bryan, currently Miss St. Clair Area, has competed in the Miss Alabama Pageant.
Bryan graduated from Trinity Presbyterian School in 2014. She is the daughter of Tommy and Pam Bryan of Montgomery.