For Immediate Release
Arkansas Minority Health Commission welcomes new media specialist
The Arkansas Minority Health Commission (AMHC) is pleased to announce and welcome Brittany Desmuke, MA, as its new media specialist. She will be responsible for the organization’s communicative efforts and will collaborate with partnering organizations to fulfill the mission of AMHC.
Desmuke was born and raised in Blytheville, Arkansas. After obtaining her diploma from Blytheville High School, she attended the University of Arkansas at Little Rock where she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in mass communication with an emphasis in strategic communication. She returned to the university to pursue her master’s degree in mass communication, which she received in May 2018.
During her time at UA Little Rock, Desmuke served as a writer and graduate assistant in the university’s Office of Communications and Marketing. There, she gained experience in writing, editing, interviewing, social media engagement, content production and more.
She also founded lcbates.com, a website dedicated to the life and legacy of civil rights advocate Lucious Christopher Bates, husband of Daisy Bates.
“We are excited to have Brittany join the AMHC team working together to meet communities where they are and making your health our priority,” said ShaRhonda Love, AMHC director.