Galina Roehl

Integrated Communications Coordinator

Creative Thinker & Life-Long Learner  

Galina Roehl is an integrated communications coordinator with a passion for helping clients succeed by being a knowledgeable communications resource and skilled writer. She is a well-rounded communications professional with both agency and nonprofit experience. 

She gained advertising expertise doing work for nationally known brands during her time at Doner on the Johnson & Johnson team as a project management intern. Her work also took her to the Alzheimer’s Association as a marketing and special events intern. Galina is a natural leader with a creative eye, making her great in her program management and media relations roles at Franco. 

Galina received the School of Communications Scholar Award from her professors at Western Michigan University (WMU), marking her as one of the top four students in the entire School of Communications at the university. This notoriety led her to become the president of the public relations organization at WMU and the director of public relations and marketing for the school’s fashion organization. 

Her passion outside of work lies in anything and everything fashion related, especially vintage shopping and sharing finds through her personal fashion account on Instagram. This love of clothing and styling led her to create a fashion line that was featured in a fashion show at WMU and won her the Most Cohesive Style Line award. If she’s not shopping or styling, she enjoys spending time with her family at their cottage on Harsens Island. 

Galina holds a Bachelor of Arts from Western Michigan University in public relations with a dual minor in marketing and event management and a certificate in leadership.