Oct. 6, 2005 • Volume 14 Number 3
Delaney Appointed Deputy Director, Frost Joins Staff of Public Affairs
Director of Public Affairs Jack Dunn announced this week that Associate Director Patricia Delaney has been named as deputy director of the Office of Public Affairs.
Delaney, a 1980 alumna, began working for BC in 1984 as a staff writer in the Office of Communications, and was appointed associate director and director of media relations in 1988. She continued as associate director for the Office of Public Affairs when it was established in 1992. Delaney has taught undergraduate courses in public relations and broadcast writing at BC.
Dunn also announced that Greg Frost, former Boston bureau chief for Reuters news service, has joined the Office of Public Affairs as a senior staff writer-associate director.
Frost began working for Reuters in 1994 and served assignments in London, Kansas City, San Francisco and Paris before coming to Boston in May 2002.
While with Reuters, Frost covered political, financial and general news as well as human interest stories and other features. During the 2004 New Hampshire presidential primary, he conducted one-on-one interviews with candidates Howard Dean and John Edwards. He also has reported and written on topics ranging from transatlantic trade wars, the Tour de France, big wave surfing, the death penalty and the enduring appeal of James Bond.
Frost holds a master's degree in journalism from the Medill School of Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in history from Georgetown University. •